Laptop Requirements & Access in LIS Education
Education & Curriculum / Technology

Laptop Requirements & Access in LIS Education

This past semester my institution decided to spread the news that beginning in the fall semester it would institute a mandatory (for enrolled students) laptop requirement for our program. My gut reaction was negative: wouldn’t this only serve to inhibit access to the program? Couldn’t we just stick with what we had: putting out suggested … Continue reading

Presentation Alternatives: Reveal.js
Technology

Presentation Alternatives: Reveal.js

This is a new series offering alternatives to Microsoft’s Powerpoint by highlighting various presentation software. As we tend do in library school and librarianship, I’ve given a few presentations lately. While one was in standard PowerPoint, for the others I used a JavaScript framework called Reveal.js. I’m now thoroughly besmitten with that approach. In addition … Continue reading