Behold! Our OPML File!

Hello everyone! We just finished the OPML for all the blog URLs. I am excited to add it to my Feedly and dive into your blogs. Please say hello too @elicon89 Elizabeth is working with me this semester on a INFO 298 WordPress Immersive Experience and will be creating some content and more for my […]

Course Opener Social Chat Recording

Thanks to all who attended! If you could not attend, please watch the 30 minute recording. There were many good questions! Share this recording with viewers: https://sjsu.zoom.us/rec/share/u9cIdH1sbg_a23mLr6hVst_VlXlGhII_lMO6ScybBhLF9OdmkcAOwfrXaqN3aO5o.KxewdXx9gscVaqpp Passcode: mdMC63d@ Image Buddy waiting for dinner

Introductions!

Hey all – I just read everyone’s intro posts – THANK YOU for all of the sharing, pet pics and more! I commented on all. If you did not get a comment from me, please comment below. Looking forward to more of your writing! Image: in honor of all the students this semester who reside […]

Share Your Intro Post Here!

Hey all – the OPML won’t be ready for a couple more days, so for now – please share the URL to your introductory post here. I want to make sure everyone gets to see each other’s posts. I am thrilled to see everyone’s work streaming in. If you have questions, don’t be shy!

Hyperlinked Library Class Chats!

Class Chats! Occasionally throughout the semester, Michael will host a social hour for the class in the Hyperlinked Library Commons on Zoom.  These are optional “drop in” sessions for students to ask questions, share or just chat. We might also have guest speaker or conversation with a practitioner.  There are no mandatory sessions  but students are encouraged to […]

Welcome to The Hyperlinked Library: Emerging Trends & Technologies

Welcome to The Hyperlinked Library: Emerging Trends & Technologies Greetings all.  Welcome to #hyperlib! I am really excited about starting the semester! Some thoughts before we begin… Course Overview: “The new tools provide powerful options for working with data, text, sound, and images. …. There is, predictably, an increasing departure in information handling from the simple […]