Hey all – If anyone is impacted by the fires, please get in touch.
Hey all – I’ve been working behind the scenes with @stevemacaris on some tweaks to modules etc for going forward. I have a thought I wanted to run by you as current members of #hyperlib. Would another “Choose Your Own Adventure” module focused on all the learning stuff be interesting? I am especially keen to do […]
I know some of you may be finishing up your e-poftfolios in the next couple of weeks. I am grading comps now for my group of e-portfolio students. So nice to see work from #hyperlib as evidence.
Hey all – just want to check in. Is everyone okay? The pace of the class is pretty fast between now and when we end. I want to make sure everyone feels on track with the assignments, etc. Comment, send me a message, IM me, etc.
Hey all – Thanks to @danavanzanten and @kuhnsman for sharing their PDFs created from the lost Module 8. And thanks to all of you who mentioned parts of the module that you appreciated in your blogging. @stevemacaris was able to rebuild the module for future class. Thanks Steve! And Thanks to everyone. I really think it was something […]
Hey all – It’s the Halloween boogeyman tricking our site. The page content for Module 8 has been deleted – probably by a human error on my part! 😬 Did any of you happen to keep a copy of the page in some way that could help us rebuild it? I am contacting school IT […]
Happy Halloween all. I hope everyone is well. Enjoy the evening! Here’s a song about a witch: 🙂
Hey all – a new column is up and I wanted to share. It’s all about my professional learning experiences research and a session I lead at ALA in New Orleans. PLEs @ ALA The group at ALA agreed that one of the hardest things about returning from a conference, staff retreat, or big meeting […]
Hey all – just an FYI. An “Office Hours” column from 2016 at Library Journal may be of interest. It’s all about the questions we ask in interviews. Also see the response from SJSU School of Info grad Jessica Gilbert Redman.
Another “hyperlinked” job description – this one in the realm of UX. I would suggest Aaron Schmidt’s User Experience class as a wonderful exploration of all things UX.