Monthly Archives: April 2012

You want me to learn how many things?

This post will be my last post that is related to the readings or class meeting for the SI 643 class. This post will not, however, be my last post. I will continue to blog on issues related to libraries, … Continue reading

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Webinars!

So, this past week we did not have class, as we were presenting our webinars as well as attending the webinars of our classmates. I greatly enjoyed this chance to see the different ways people approached our limited (2) choices … Continue reading

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Twitter and Scholarly Communication

This week, we had no readings for class. We signed up for Twitter (if we weren’t already signed up) and created a “personal learning network” (PLN) of other Twitter users related to our professional interests. We also needed to tweet … Continue reading

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The Future of Online Learning Environments

Last week in class we had a demonstration/practice session with Blackboard Elluminate, the software we will be using to run our own webinars over the next couple of weeks. We also discussed strategies and approaches for webinars. One issue I … Continue reading

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