Marydee Ojala was the presenter at this wildly popular session. There were no empty seats and people were standing in the back for this one! I guess that means it’s something that a lot of people want to have strategies for. She discussed many different things and I know I missed a lot when taking […]Read More Evaluating, Recommending & Justifying 2.0 Tools
Got 8 Minutes? Good. Sit down and watch this video. It’s a great (short) history of the internet. Perfect for people like me who don’t know how it all started and are not IT professionals. Many thanks to ReadWriteWeb for directing me to this very informative video.Read More History of the Internet Video
I really like Tag Galaxy. I read about it today in an article on readwriteweb.com about the top 10 alternative search engines (it’s number 10). It is a very interesting way to view photos on flicker! I really like the way it shows how different tags are related. The disco ball is a very nice […]Read More Tag Galaxy
Yes, another video post. I’m finding so many things that we can use in our instructional program!Read More A good intro to web 2.0 concepts
Could we use facebook as a way to track staff progress? Really… search engines don’t search it free allows comments has it’s own messaging system even has IM could set up a specific library training facebook page create groups post videos/pictures have discussions when everyone is done they can either keep or delete their profile […]Read More Facebook as way to track progress?
Here’s an interesting video I saw on John Blyberg’s blog. It’s about a semantic browser. I admit I know knothing about this but it is very interesting. I’ll have to do some digging to find out what it’s all about. (Boy, I hope I don’t become one of those people that only posts video)Read More Semantic Web and the Aurora Browser