Rubber bands + Loom + YouTube – a match made in kid heaven

Blockbuster to Rainbow Loom: Weaving, rubber bands, and digital literacy “My kids were learning to use digital tools in ways that apply to the material world.” We are living this … Continue Reading →


Teaching philosophy

As a librarian, my goal as a teacher is to prepare students to effectively and efficiently use the library’s resources. This translates into more than just being able to log … Continue Reading →


Being information literate

Florida Gulf Coast University has an excellent information literacy tutorial called Search for the Skunk Ape. This tutorial is aimed at first year students who are just getting their footing … Continue Reading →


News from Thursday, July 5

Not a lot of news for Thursday, but, that teen blog is awesome. Filling out social service forms, without digital literacy – On how libraries help their communities navigate the, … Continue Reading →


Weekend of June 30- July 1 News

I finally got back online on Sunday to read the news. I think I actually started to go through withdrawal.   Infographic: Ontario Council of University Libraries: “Ask a Librarian” … Continue Reading →


What I read yesterday

The Matter of the Masters:  So what happens when we learn how to do more with less? I certainly hope it doesn’t mean I won’t have a job when I … Continue Reading →