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Blogs and more blogs! The regular crew shares their fave blogs and contemplates changes that have undergone the blogosphere generally, and in instructional contexts, in recent years. A side quest in search of effective screencast tutorials is taken.
Download episode 12: (mp3: 49 min)
or listen to the streaming version:
- Carleen's fave blogs:
- Dana's fave blogs:
- In the Library with the Lead Pipe: fantastic team-blog with in-depth and well-thought out articles on all aspects of the library profession.
- Spotlight on Digital Media and Learning: MacArthur Foundation blog focusing on the intersection of technology and education and covers all levels of learning.
- Academic Librarian: blog of Princeton librarian Wayne Bivens-Tatum. Even though I don't always agree with his perspective on the mostly academic issues he tackles, his posts are always thought-provoking and well-written.
- Mark's fave blogs:
- Librarian in Black (Sarah Houghton) is a strong library advocate. She is a public library director at San Rafael Public Library. Has incredible insight on the use of technology in libraries.
- Seth Godin is a great speaker and has good insight on marketing, new media and today's culture.
- Tame the Web, as mentioned on the podcast, Michael Stephens in a prof. at the School of Library and Information Science at San Jose State. He is great at explaining complex topics.
- ESC's Online Library YouTube channel
- JCC's Melville Dewey YouTube channel
- Do Screencasts Really Work? Assessing Student: Learning through Instructional Screencast
Music attribution: Dancing On My Bed (The Pleasure Kills) / CC BY-NC-ND 3.0