Creating a Meteorology Maker Space
Technology / This Is Awesome

Creating a Meteorology Maker Space

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Katherine Hickey, MS and Kyungwon Koh, PhD. Innovative learning spaces called Makerspaces and Learning Labs have become a ubiquitous presence in the world of library and information professionals. Universities have them.  Public and private schools have them.  Museums have them.  They grace the pages of the American Libraries … Continue reading

#critlib: Chatty Critical Librarianship on Twitter
Big Picture / Education & Curriculum / Hellos & Goodbyes / Social Media

#critlib: Chatty Critical Librarianship on Twitter

No matter how exhausted I am, every other Tuesday night I do something that helps reinforce and nuance what I’m learning in library school: I spend an hour or so on Twitter! You’re probably aware of the panoply of library and information science Twitter chats, especially if you’ve already read Nicole’s Twitter in Library School … Continue reading

Hack Your Digital Presentations Like a Pro: Tips & Tricks
Distance Learning / Education & Curriculum / Hack Your Program / Technology

Hack Your Digital Presentations Like a Pro: Tips & Tricks

As the leaves turn a subtle amber and the wind begins to usher us along our hectic school schedule, no sooner is the fall semester underway in library school land. With it, comes your first whiff of freshly assigned discussion board write-ups, papers, maybe even a group project or two and then the ever-present slide show presentation. But, beware … Continue reading