This may be old news, but it’s still cool. The British Library has over 1 million images on Flickr that you can use, remix, and do whatever with.
Posts By: Tim Lepczyk
What are some services and/or products you’d like to start or experiment with? How do you envision them serving your users? And, finally, how might you get there?
Job Ad: Digital Infrastructure Librarian – Washington University in St. Louis
We all love the clickety-clack-ding of typewriters. Ah, the good old days of carrying around a 10 lb machine that can’t search the Internet
Sorry, I couldn’t help myself. Please accept this ridiculous post as payment for the linkbait title. The Technology and Learning blog at Inside Higher Ed, has a post “Don’t Trust Tech Bloggers,” which comes across as fairly absolute. The writer received a pitch from a company. If he writes about their product and if that piece produces… Read more »
In this video, you’ll learn how to change aggregation methods in Moodle Gradebook, and the differences between Sum of Grades, Simpled Weighted Mean of Grades, and Weighted Mean of Grades.
Simplify scheduling meetings and events with The Best Day.
If you’re a Moodle user, this short video may help you with setting up Gradebook.
Link to “They Came for the Carbs, and Stayed for the Collaboration: Engaging Library Workers across Units to Deliver Meaningful Learning Objects” and questions about what makes an effective instructional video.
“Florida university library to lend drones to students” by Jareen Imam and published by CNN. You just know this is going to fit the library drama pattern. Think makerspaces and add in surveillance with a dose of “in my day, we checked out the classics from libraries, and we liked it!”