This amazing blog post from Ed Patrick, Online Information Manager at CILIP (Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals) suggests 5 ways to find images that are available to download for use in your essays, presentations, or websites. 155 more words
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Part 2 contains some of my favorite and the Church’s most profound teachings and gifts to humanity on understanding of our purpose. I tend to go on and on when I’m on these subjects so I cut the rest out and you can read it in Part 3 next week! 1,793 more words
The College of Wooster Libraries seeks an innovative and service-oriented colleague to become our Digital Scholarship Librarian. This newly created faculty position reports to the Director of Libraries and provides leadership in creating, organizing, promoting, and curating digital materials. 497 more words
Lit Genius hosts works of literature that are digitally annotated by a community of scholars. Clicking on the literary texts on the left reveals elaborate, multimedia annotations in the right column. 43 more words
I’m pretty sure I don’t share enough.
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Yes I rave on twitter from time to time, but I tend to shy away from some of the other outlets for school library discussion in New Zealand often due to time constraints (I really don’t have much time during the school day for anything except classes, PYP planning and keeping my head above water!) 411 more words