Archive for January 6th, 2013

What you need to know about MOOCs

The Chronicle of Higher Ed’s comprehensive, regularly updated ‘MOOC page’ covering 2008-present.
Re MOOCs, also see this, how their impact is opening up discussion on online education itself.

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Three line menu

Have you noticed that little, simple three-line icon? @HiddenPeanuts Read more …

Webinar Jan 22 2013: Basics of information literacy assessment

Free webinar from Libraries Thriving (sponsored by Credo Reference): 22 January 2013, 8am & 1pm EST Speaker: Lauren Pressley, Wake Forest University; Amanda Click, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Webinars are recorded. See archive if you can’t attend. Read more …

Inventing the future: finding the adjacent possible in libraries

Because if 100% of your time is devoted to maintaining the status quo, when do you invent the future? @Ink & Vellum Read more …

Journalism and teaching as team sports

The most important change in higher education is the change from courses as the product of one (faculty) practitioner to a team approach, where faculty (as subject matter experts) collaborate with learning designers, librarians, media specialists, and technology professionals to … @Technology&Learning Read on …

GSR: designing your workflow

“This post and its sister post Designing Your Writing Flow are a collection of tidbits on better managing productivity in the academic world” – which easily translates to the academic librarian world. @Research Rhetoric Rambling Read more …

Reaching modern students through amazing screencasts

To supplement the item on screencasting resources immediately below, here’s another great resource, from LOEX 2012. Watch video …


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