After some major layout changes my first few years here, I think we’ve settled on a layout that works best for how our library is actually used. However, that didn’t mean that I just rolled in on the first day, blew off some dust and was ready to roll! I’m always looking for ways to… Continue reading Looking at What’s New in the 2018 Libratorium Layout
For my final reflections, I thought I’d try using Adobe Spark Video. I’ve used it once before to create a summary video about my trip to the AASL National Conference but this time, I made use of the voice recording option in addition to the pictures and text! Although the audio gets a bit wonky… Continue reading Cool Tools for School, Thing 12: Final Reflections
I was lucky enough to attend the national conference in Phoenix when the standards were unveiled and even pre-ordered my copy so I could pick it up right at registration with the rest of my conference bag goodies. I’ve participated in Webinars and Twitter chats related to the new standards, I’m even in an online book study… Continue reading Cool Tools for School, Thing 50: The New AASL Standards
While exploring Thing 50: The New AASL Standards, I spent some time looking at the Tech Tools & Resources for the AASL Standards doc to which Polly had linked. One of the tools on it was Goosechase EDU, a tool I’d been introduced to in the past but had never gotten around to actually using.… Continue reading Cool Tools for School, Thing 11: You Pick!
A few weeks ago, I got the email I expect but dread every. Single. Year: it was time to set up my observation. This year, the library department’s observations are being done by the head of the technology department. So, it seemed like a good idea to find a way to work technology into my… Continue reading Cool Tools for School, Thing 14: eBook Creation