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Transliteracy and information literacy: Why it is important that we understand the connection

I have been on the Transliteracy bandwagon for some time now, following the Bobbi Newman (and significant others) Libraries and Transliteracy blog with interest. I have two pressing concerns with Transliteracy, neither of which cast any doubts on the premise … Continue reading

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Personal learning networks: New book provides access to library professionals

The previous post talks about the fabulous new eBook about school libraries, School libraries: What’s now, what’s next, what comes after, and its value to library professionals. It will make you think, it will make you question, and hopefully, it … Continue reading

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Integrating iPads or tablets into your library services – ALA

If you’ve been thinking about how you might use iPads or tablets in you school or public library, this presentation shares a raft of practical ideas. The concept of embedded or roving librarians is one that is of particular interest … Continue reading

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A must-watch slideshare from Lyn Hay at IASL 2011

Lyn Hay’s IASL2011 Closing Keynote View more presentations from Lyn Hay Wishful thinking right here.. Wishing I could have been there to hear this keynote at IASL this year.  Just reading the slides, Hay has managed to make clear and … Continue reading

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