Archive for April, 2013

iPad workflows – getting work on/off your iPad

iPads work differently than computers … they have a different workflow. How to share work easily with others. Read… @Around the Corner

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DIY vs. startup, or false dichotomies and labels

If you ask a group of people what DIY means within librarianship, you’ll get a lot of different answers. And I saw a lot of different ideas of DIY in the discussion at ACRL. Read more… @Information Wants to Be Free

Revisiting your learning management system

Three reasons for selecting WordPress as an alternate to proprietary learning management systems. Read @ProfHacker

Clippick: Copy. Past anywhere.

Oh wow, this might actually be a real game-changer. Clippick is a cross-platform tool/app… Read more… @Distant Librarian

Hubs and centers as transitional change strategy for library collaboration

Libraries of science and technology universities worldwide are adapting to a changing environment… In addition to adopting new technologies and the resources and expertise to manage them, libraries are experimenting with organizational models… Read… @Ubiquitous Librarian

“Mobile learning: the teacher in your pocket”

Chapter essay on mobile learning by Meredith Farkas

Evaluating information: the light side of open access

Thoughts on the opening for fraudulent open access scholarly journals and publishers. Read on… @ACRLog


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