Tag Archives: LearnerCentered

Digital Literacy Journey

One area of life competency that interests me is how to function effectively in a world where information and communication technologies (ICT) are rapidly changing, converging, diverging, and everything seems to be in perpetual beta. Some people seem to thrive … Continue reading

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My Brain on Coursera

I can’t get enough of Coursera. I’m a lifelong learner.  I have to be – my profession (librarianship) has been in a constant process of reinventing itself for my entire professional career. Almost every week I have a panic attack … Continue reading

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Empathy and Teaching

This post is in response to Michael Wesch’s posting about empathy and teaching, in his blog post titled Why Good Classes Fail. More empathy in teaching and learning, yes!  Empathy has always been on my radar, perhaps because I’m a … Continue reading

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Your comments here?

People who want to learn a tool can just go to lynda.com.* (*and increasingly will.) People who want information can just use Google. So what is the reason anyone would come to the library to learn a tool?  Why would … Continue reading

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Collaboration Tools

Everyone’s clamoring for collaboration tools – it’s a wild, wild west with collaboration happening across boundaries, across institutions. Tools and boundary-crossing will only increase.  So, the moderator posed 2 questions: How can IT support all the diversity teachers want and … Continue reading

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