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Reading and Writing the World: School Libraries as Sponsors of Transliteracy

Presentation Resource Page

Computers in Libraries, Washington, D.C.
Monday, April 12, 2010 || 11:30AM || E102
Presented with Bobbi Newman and Matthew Hamilton, “Libraries and Transliteracy”

2010 Presentations

We deal in slides: Speaking next week at WNYLRC

As God as my witness, I thought weeks had more days in them.

The presentation as UNYSLA went really well, I think, and was bracketed by other excellent talks. 407 more words


T is for Training is only a day away: as in Friday May 7th, 2 pm Eastern

Tomorrow we will be taping Episode 46 of the library training podcast T is for Training.  We will be taping at 2 pm eastern time Tomorrow, Friday May 7th! 282 more words

A glorious combo of modern nigh-ephemera

Via LibComf.com, a Wordle of the Twitter handles of anyone who used the #cil2010 hashtag at least five times. And yes, I did scour it until I found myself. 18 more words


Impressions of Day Two and Three of CIL2010

My Computers in Libraries experience tends to blur after the first full day of the conference, but here are some of my impressions from those last two days of the conference.  579 more words

Chronicles Of The (almost) Bald Technical Trainer

How Do You Define the Book?

Yesterday, David Lee King shared a blog post entitled What’s a Real Book? It describes an occurrence that took place during David Ferriero’s keynote at last week’s Computers in Libraries conference. 497 more words


Overview of Libraries and Transliteracy Session at Computers in Libraries #cil2010

At the recent Computers in Libraries Conference I had the honor of presenting a session on transliteracy with Buffy Hamilton and Matt Hamilton (no relation).  Part of the goal of this blog is to show transliteracy from a broad perspective. 195 more words