I created a 3-2-1 report using PowerPoint with audio commentary for each slide. Unfortunately though, the file was too big to attach in this blog. However, I was able to attach the PDF of the presentation (without the audio).
My director’s brief is a proposal to add podcasting programming to South San Francisco Public Library (where I currently work at).
In the Learning Everywhere module it was discussed how these days learning takes place in many different places and at any given time. Technology has allowed learning to be mobile and flexible. As someone who uses public transportation just about every day, I can’t help but think about all the things I do on my […]
In the New Models module it was discussed how the physical spaces of libraries and modern approaches to library service can serve the needs of communities. One of these 21st century approaches is opening the door for library spaces to be used in creative and non-traditional ways. One example mentioned was the Anythink Library’ use […]
IntroductionOne of the public libraries I work is the South San Francisco Public Library. About a year ago a coworker mentioned that he had checked out a ukulele from a nearby library. It was the first time I heard of a library lending out musical instruments. At the time, I thought that it would be […]
For this blog, I decided to focus on the articles from the Hyperlinked Public Library part of Module 6. The article is titled 10 Facts About Americans and Public Libraries by Raine (2014). Below, I have listed each fact and briefly commented on them. 1. E-book reading is growing, but printed books still dominate the […]
One thing that stood out for me in Stephen’s (2019) intro video for the Participatory Service & Transparency module is the motto that libraries should keep stories, share stories, and make stories. I like how this simple sentence can offer guidance for library staff and help spur ideas. It also helps define what libraries do (or […]
The book I chose for my review was The Future of Music: Manifesto for the Digital Music Revolution by David Kusek and Gerd Leonhard. I was hesitant to choose this title because it was written in 2005 and so much has changed since then. But on the other hand, it was the only book from […]
One of the two public libraries I work at resembles a Hyperlinked Library in many ways. For example, managers welcome input and new ideas form both staff and patrons. Overall, human connections and conversations are present. The library is active, especially in our makerspace area which includes 3-D printers, an engraver and other machines and […]
Hey everyone, My real name is Robert but I go by “Bobby.” I’m a San Francisco native who loves music, movies, matcha green tea, and rabbits! Pictured below, are my two bunnies Cosmo and Winnie. I completed my bachelor’s degree here at SJSU. As a lifelong fan of music and movies, naturally, I chose to study Radio/TV/Film. During […]