Tag Archives: blogs

Following Blogs for an Institution

As a librarian, I am interested in reading many kinds of blogs. I currently monitor about 100 blogs through my Feedly reader. One category of blog that I continually add to and monitor are professional blogs from faculty, staff and … Continue reading

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Blogging Plan

The months of August through November are the busiest time for me during my work year. In addition to my full-time duties of collection development, reference and liaison librarian activities, I often teach more than a full-time professor’s teaching load … Continue reading

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List Entry: Tools that Librarians Should know for Information Literacy Instruction

In addition to EdTech597, I am also taking EdTech522, Online Learning for Adults, this summer term. I enjoyed the readings this week, even though it was a copious amount! The chapters from our Dawley (2007) text provided information about tools … Continue reading

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Requesting blog policies to support academic freedom

This latest assignment in EdTech597 required me to write a letter requesting permission to blog. This assignment did not really apply to me, as we do not need to request permission to blog in a higher education setting. Therefore, I … Continue reading

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Reflecting on blogs and information literacy instruction

I am beginning a course on Blogging in the Classroom through my MET program at Boise State. I will be highlighting, improving and expanding this blog for that course. I’m excited for the extra time I will take over the … Continue reading

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