Lead, Follow, or Get Out of The Way: Library 2.0, The Concept of Authority, and Social Scholarship

There is an old cliche that says, “Sometimes you can’t see the forest for the trees.” Over the last year, I have been focused on trees.  Those trees have consisted of web 2.0 tools and how to incorporate those web 2.0 tools into my library program and information literacy instruction.  Those trees have included things … Continue reading

Headscratcher???

Today we started a research project with our 11th Honors American Literature/Composition.   To help facilitate the research, we set up our pathfinder to point them toward literary criticism articles on The Great Gatsby or Catcher in the Rye. Students could go to either http://del.icio.us/creekview_hs_library/Gatsby_criticism or http://del.icio.us/creekview_hs_library/Catcher_in_the_Rye from the  main pathfinder page.  All links work, and students have … Continue reading

Time Management Envy

Seriously….when does she have time to do all this?!?!?  Even with all the extra hours I put in, I still can’t fathom how she does all she does! http://springfieldvideo.edublogs.org/