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Thing 30: Reflection Time

What did I learn?

  • I learned that there is always more to learn and that no matter how in touch I think I am, there is so much more that I don’t know.
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Thing 29: Student Response Tools

My district’s policy is no personal devices are to be used by students in school and although I understand the reasoning from their point of view, I think we are missing the mark and aiming at the wrong thing this time. 752 more words

Thing 30: Final Reflections & What’s Next?

Once again, Cool Tools proved to be a great opportunity to me.   I read through my posts from all 3 tracks and I realize this blog is more valuable to me than I give it credit for. 307 more words

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Thing 29: Student Response Tools

I explored each of the response tools in Thing 29, hoping to find a tool that would help me assess my library program. Google Forms would allow me to create a survey and easily see the results. 206 more words

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Thing 28: Emerging Tech: Scanning the Horizon

Of all the emerging trends and technologies in this learning activity’s reports, social media resonates with me the most.  Social media needs to be recognized for the powerful trend it has become.  376 more words

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Thing 27: DIY – You Pick!

For this learning activity, I started to browse through AASL’s Best Websites and the other guides and lists to learn more about tools that I am not familiar with…but I kept looking at #1 on 2014’s Top 100 Tools – Twitter. 123 more words

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Thing 26: Taking the Lead: Connecting with your Stakeholders

The Your Stakeholder Connected Librarian Toolkit webinar had a lot of great ideas about advocacy, some of which I’ve tried or am familiar with and some of which are definitely worth considering. 172 more words

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