Blog Archives

Are You in the Circle?

Since library director Anu Vedantham participated in the American Library Association’s December webinar on digital literacy, she’s become a lot more Web savvy. In fact, she’s even started to use Google Hanguout–the no-cost videoconferencing system used in the webinar series–in

Posted in Digital Literacy, OITP Tagged with: , ,

Reminder: Digital Literacy and Libraries Webinar December 11

The American Library Association (ALA) will host the free webinar “Assessing Digital Literacy: Outcomes and Impact” on December 11, 2012, from 7 to 8 p.m. EST. The December forum will be hosted by the ALA Office for Information Technology Policy

Posted in Digital Literacy, OITP, Webinars Tagged with: , , , , ,

Reflections of a First Year Technology Coordinator: Part II

Caroline Haebig is the 2012 International Society for Technology in Education Outstanding Young Educator. She participated in the recent online virtual forum Creating a Culture of Learning, which was held on November 14, 2012. Below, you’ll find the second part

Posted in Digital Divide, Digital Literacy, OITP Tagged with: ,

Reflections of a First Year Technology Coordinator: Part I

Caroline Haebig is the 2012 International Society for Technology in Education Outstanding Young Educator. She participated in the recent online virtual forum Creating a Culture of Learning, which was held on November 14, 2012. Below, you’ll find the first part

Posted in Digital Divide, Digital Literacy, OITP Tagged with: ,

Register Now: ALA Hosts Digital Literacy Virtual Forum on Nov. 14th

We are excited (and slightly trepidatious) about holding our first online forum, Creating a Culture of Learning: How Librarians Keep Up with Digital Media and Technology on Wednesday, November 14, 2012, from 7:00-8:00p.m. EST. RSVP now. As part of the

Posted in Digital Literacy, Events, OITP Tagged with: , , , , , ,

Categories

Sign up today!
Advocate for America's libraries!
Authors for Library Ebooks
E-Content: the official blog for ALA's Digital Content Working Group
Complete Copyright: The new copyright guide for k-12 librarians and educators