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Skills that Transfer (ACRL/NY 2011) « Libraries and Transliteracy
tags: teacher- librarian role
The Best Resources For Showing Students That They Make Their Brain Stronger By Learning | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…
tags: brain learning
When an adult took standardized tests forced on kids – The Answer Sheet – The Washington Post
tags: testing assessment
Institutional repositories, social media and academic publication: a simple experiment « Journal of the left-handed biochemist
Datamining Twitter | Monday Note
Towards ethnographies of the next-gen catalogue user » Ginformation Systems
tags: digital reading catalogue opac
Kindle Fire Usability Findings (Jakob Nielsen’s Alertbox)
Wanelo – Find unique products and stores you have never heard of.
tags: shopping creativity innovation
How to Annotate Assignments in Edmodo | Edmodo – Safe Social Networking for Schools
tags: online marking edmodo
Scrolling and Attention (Jakob Nielsen’s Alertbox)
tags: digital reading
Are We Ready For The Cloud?
Instantly Add a QR Code To Any Document
tags: qr code
Blowing Out the Digital Book as We Know It | MindShift
TL Virtual Cafe – Open_Mic
tags: professional learning library library program
10 Learning Paradigms that can be implemented by Teacher Librarians « NovaNews
tags: library library program
Hakia – Semantic Search Portal | Mark Brumley
tags: search engine semantic
Learning Spaces | EDUCAUSE
tags: library design
Curation vs plagiarism: finding the line and toeing it | Social Media Content Curation | Scoop.it
helpforlibrarians [licensed for non-commercial use only] / FrontPage
tags: library program
Shambles in S.E.Asia (The Education Project Asia) – Plagiarism and Copyright
tags: copyright plagiarism
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