Why We Won’t Purchase More Kindles at The Unquiet Library « The Unquiet Librarian
Five Challenges Every Librarian Must Face | 21st Century Library Blog
tags: teacher- librarian role future planning
Jobs Jackpot: 20 occupations with largest growth potential – The Washington Post
Are librarians an endangered species?
tags: whither teacher- librarian role Information Literacy library program
Project Information Literacy: A large-scale study about early adults and their research habits
Whats goin on.. – YouTube
Buying an ereader: a checklist, by Piotr Kowalczyk | TeleRead: News and views on e-books, libraries, publishing and related topics
Are You a 21st Century Librarian? | 21st Century Library Blog | New Librarianship | Scoop.it
tags: librarian future teacher- librarian role
Google Form as Choose Your Own Adventure Tool « Bionic Teaching
tags: google form
Mile Markers and Finish Lines: Assessment as a Journey Not a Race
tags: future future libraries library program assessment
NJASL 2011 – NJASL – LibGuides at Hunterdon Central Regional High School
tags: assessment reflection student-centred
A profession at the tipping point: time to change the game plan | School Library Management
tags: library program teacher- librarian role future karen bonanno
tags: library program Information Literacy teacher- librarian role
tags: Customer service library library program
tags: teacher- librarian role future
Words & Ideas – The Turnitin Blog – Turnitin Community
changED: Teaching Students to Dialogue
tags: discussion group
Lego gets it. | Technology with Intention
tags: library design
Online summarize tool (free summarizing)
tags: summarize web2.0 web 2.0
– Top 100 Sites of 2011
tags: websites education
Ten Tips for Engaging Underperforming Students | Edutopia
tags: good teaching
SLJ’s Top Ten 2011: Technology — The Digital Shift
Top Ten New in 2011 from School Library Journal http://t.co/ZWOyOiVK @kishizuka
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Posted by Anne Weaver on December 4, 2011 in "Anne Weaver"
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