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Flip Your Library Orientation!

Back to School 2016: With the start of the school year imminent, the timing is perfect to share some workshop materials¬† from last year, prepared with my colleague Carlo Fusco (@MrFusco). Flip Your Library Orientation! Basic library skills are perfect … Continue reading

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The Virtual Teacher-Librarian

For quite some time, I’ve been promoting the possibilities for using video as a teaching and learning tool. The notion of the flipped classroom – making content available for students to consume outside of class time, freeing up valuable face-to-face … Continue reading

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The Myth of the Digital Native

For the past several years I’ve been on a bit of a mission to bust what I perceive to be a myth – the myth of the digital native / digital immigrant divide. How often have you heard (or said), … Continue reading

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