you can also snag the graphics & dowload the originals by visiting my wiki....link on the blog above!!!
PS. i created the Kick YouTube header using a cool FREE spell with flickr app that can be found
here on my… Continue
because of NECC, Joyce, and all i learned, and all the friends i made and i met...from the hallways to the Second Life Playground...the Twitter backchannel...it all inspired me to ....start (yet another) blog! Library Media Tech Musings
this is where i shared some of my musings and lessons learned from NECC....such as:
"Our plates should be small but our appetite LARGE for new… Continue
Children become confident readers by becoming comfortable with what they are reading. For some kids this happens early in their school careers. For others, it takes more time. Confidence comes before good reading. If the material a child is allowed to read is censured then we may be limiting the joy a child finds in reading and it's possible they may never become a joyful reader. I had a teacher ask me last year if he should let a non reader-a student who didn’t like to read-do a book report… Continue
With summer upon us, I offer you some light but interesting reading.
From the Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest website:
An international literary parody contest, the competition honors the memory (if not the reputation) of Victorian novelist Edward George Earl Bulwer-Lytton (1803-1873). The goal of the contest is childishly simple: entrants are challenged to submit bad opening sentences to imaginary novels. Although best known for "The Last Days of… Continue
The 21st Century Information Fluency Project is offering a new self-paced online class devoted to Website Evaluation using investigative search methods.
This is the first time we've offered a self-paced course designed to meet your on demand learning needs. In this course you work at your own pace in a media rich interactive environment hosted at our Moodle based online learning site.