Adapting to Change, Loss, and Possibilities: Training Trainers, Learning, and Victory Dances

There are obviously numerous buildings with “closed” signs on them as many of us continue to follow shelter-in-place guidelines in effect because of the coronavirus […]

TCEA Responds: Starting a Virtual Book Club

 Dear TCEA Responds: I would be interested in learning how to do a book club with my students online. I want to focus on short […]

Celebrating National Library Week from Home

For more than 60 years, people have joined with the American Library Association to set aside a week in April to celebrate the power of […]

State of America’s Libraries: Open (Online) For National Library Week 2020

If I weren’t so busy using library services online and staying in touch with library colleagues across the United States, I might actually be feeling […]

Remote Learning Resources and Ideas for Librarians

April 4 marks National School Librarian Day, an occasion to celebrate the contributions of librarians and media specialists in schools and districts across the country. […]

TexQuest: If You Rebuild It, They Will Come

Entering its sixth year, TexQuest, the digital resource program for Texas K-12 public and open-enrollment charter schools, underwent some renovations. Coordinated by the Texas State […]

Changing the World Patrick Sweeney (Part 2 of 2)

This is the second  of a two-part interview conducted with Patrick Sweeney, Political Director for EveryLibrary, for my book Change the World Using Social Media […]

Collaboration in Learning: Co-conspirators in Exploring Technology, Lifelong Learning, Libraries, and Hubris

There is no front of the room in the four-week online Tech Trends course David Lee King and I are currently facilitating for ALA eLearning […]

Google Tools for Your Library

Google is a common tool in education. But are you getting the most out Google’s suite of applications in your library or media center? Here […]

Bring the World into Your Library with Google Geography Tools

I’ve loved maps for as long as I can remember. I think I was in first grade when I saw and felt a globe with […]

Research in the Age of the Filter Bubble

We live in a personalized world. Everything from the music we listen to, the firmness of our mattresses, and the news briefings delivered to us […]

Amplifying Student Voice in Three Steps

What does it mean to amplify and empower student voice? This is a question I’m pondering a lot. Student voice has always been a core […]

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