Archive | November, 2009

Digital literacy / digital storytelling recap

Last week, I had a great time presenting with Anu Vedantham during a webcast hosted by the Blended Librarian Online Learning Community.  We discussed digital literacies, the changing face of information literacy, and digital storytelling.  I also shared some of the results from the first iteration of our Faculty Fellowship research project survey, and compared […]

Nutrition 360 PSAs

Below are just two of the Nutrition 360 PSAs that are starting to appear on YouTube. It’s exciting to see the culmination of the students’ projects. P.S. You know you’re a librarian when complete citations from good sources at the end of a video completely make your day. 🙂

Digital literacy, digital storytelling, and the role of the academic librarian

I’m participating in a webcast with John Shank, Steven Bell, and Anu Vedantham on “Digital Literacy, Digital Storytelling and The Role of The Academic Librarian” This webcast takes place on Tuesday, November 10th @ 3pm Eastern. Here’s the event description (taken from the LearningTimes web site):An emergent trend in higher education today is the ever-increasing […]

Twitter win for public health

I am spending the fall in Ottawa where the media is chock full of stories about the H1NI vaccine, the swarms of Canadians trying to get the vaccine, and the general futility of the entire situation.  There are even people advertising to wait in line for vaccination wristbands, for a fee. I tried hard not […]

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