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2015 Edublogs Teacher Challenge Step 7

I am participating in the 2015 Edublogs Teacher Challenge

This series is for educators who want to have their own personal blog where they document their learning, share their teaching practices or use to create a portfolio of their work. 280 more words

3 Twitter experiments to grow your followers

I’ve hit another critical milestone this week, reaching over 500 Twitter followers in just over a month’s time. I’m tracking well ahead of my projected timeline, attempting to reach 1,000 followers by the end of December 2015. 927 more words

Tips & Tricks

Agreed, re-marketing sucks.

Valuable Content Ltd. posted this awesome presentation on why re-marketing sucks. You know how you google something today, and tomorrow ads for it appear on every site you visit? 82 more words

Think Like a Project Manager... Act Like a Library Leader by Emily Clasper @eclasper #alaac15

Think Like a Project Manager… Act Like a Library Leader. A presentation for the Annual Meeting of the American Library Association 2015, San Francisco, California. Presentation Date: Monday, June 29th, 3:00 – 4:00 pm. 12 more words


Research challenges: The pathway to engagement and progress by Lynn Connaway

Connaway, L. S. (2015). Research challenges: The pathway to engagement and progress. Presented at the International Seminar on LIS Education and Research, Challenges of LIS Research, June 5, 2015, Barcelona, Spain. 8 more words


ScienceOpen: Rethinking Peer Review by Dr. Stephanie Dawson

The scholarly publishing paradigm is changing – Open Access, altmetrics, data-mining are increasingly setting new standards. A recent Royal Society conference on “The Future of Scholarly Scientific Communication” called in particular for sweeping reforms to the current system of peer review. 152 more words

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The Best Professional Tool You’re NOT Using.

Have you ever evaluated what your best professional tool is?  Does it help you get the job or help you get the job done?

I had an amazing class this month in school that prompted me to evaluate my professional tool kit. 138 more words