Framework draft for Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Ed: http://acrl.ala.org/ilstandards/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/Framework-for-IL-for-HE-Draft-1-Part-1.pdf Survey: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/JCVY3GW It will be interesting to see how these mesh with the ACRL Visual Literacy Standards: http://www.ala.org/acrl/standards/visualliteracy Time to provide some feedback and your thoughts.
I enjoyed this webinar, lots of good info.
How do you increase your skills and keep up with technology? Tips and tricks for IT professionals.
We are now in the middle of asecond Gutenberg shift frombook fluency to screen fluency,from literacy to visuality.”- Kevin Kelly, Senior Editor of WIRED. Lots of great information about visual literacy in this presentation. Gutenberg Revisited from CHTCT
A little bit old but really interesting in terms of thinking about twitter: This Is What Learning Looks Like: Using Analytic Tools to Visualise Classroom Twitter Conversations from sharstoer
Just a quick update – so much going on professionally this Fall. Teaching, teaching, teaching for Lyrasis (I hope to be teaching on linked data and semantic webby goodness soon plus the usual standards), just picked up reviewing articles for GLQ, chapter in prepub (When do I have time to be professionally active?) coming out in Time Organization for Librarians: Beating Budget and Staff Cuts ...
Last night I watched Nova’s Smartest Machine on Earth program.Really fascinating stuff as it explored how machine learning happens (it is essentially a weighted relevance ranking dependent upon data and rules, but then it makes decision based upon specific bits of information including pattern seeking). It also touched on what makes us human, our peopleness and how our experiences shape our knowledge (and how do ...
Russell Forum, a civic engagement program of the Russell Library is still actively seeking about 5-7 additional participants to test a new National Issues Forums guide on privacy on the internet. This issue guide will be of particular interest to those who mediate internet resources and public users in library contexts. No previous experience with NIF forums is necessary to participate.We will test the guide ...
Speaker presentations for Internet Librarian are now available online, no required login. http://fb.me/LPXHhhHt Search engines, discovery tools, Bing, gadgets, IA (Information Architecture), the eBranch, Mobile, digital identity, and more.