I presented yesterday at the 2015 NEKLS Innovation Day, “Learning @ Your Library: Empowering your community to learn”. It was a new presentation, expanding on the Open Education Resources introductory sessions I’ve led over the last few years for school librarians and teachers.
The presentation focused on the idea that libraries (public, particularly) are the perfect organization to be facilitating learning for all ages, Continue reading “Learning at Your Library presentation”
The following are resources from a presentation given at the 2013 NEKLS Summer School Librarian Workshop. Continue reading “Open Education Resources at the NEKLS Summer School Librarian Workshop”
Resources from a presentation on innovation at NEKLS 2013 Tech day:
Continue reading “NEKLS Tech Day 2013: Innovation Presentation”
Resources from a presentation/discussion on innovative programming ideas:
Continue reading “NEKLS Tech Day 2013: Innovative Programming Discussion”
I presented at the KASL District I workshop today on Open Educational Resources and the Open Web for the School Librarian. This is a slightly revamped version from Tuesday’s presentation at Computers in Libraries in Washington, D.C., and with Gary Price’s permission (my co-presenter there), I have incorporated many of his resources into the presentation. All of the resources (links list, articles, download slides are available on my Open Educational Resources LibGuide). The slides are embedded below.