I’m presenting this talk on Twitter for a local networking group of librarians involved with computer instruction. Here are my slides. Please let me know if you have any questions!
Recently, I gave a presentation on YouTube at mpow. It was a lot of fun and I even had the audience attempt to do the wave for a short video I uploaded. At the start of the class, only about a quarter of the attendees indicated an interest in both watching and sharing videos on [...]
Had our first TechMunchies event today. TechMunchies is a new staff training series at my library to help staff get comfortable with technology in an easy-going, informal setting. It’s a lunch-time series, so staff can bring food and eat and converse while learning something new. I see it as a continuation of the Learning 2.0 [...]
Just learned about these free software cheatsheets and initially thought that it was too good to be true. Then I started downloading them and from what I can tell, they’re great and there’s no catch to using them. You don’t even need to register with Customguide.com. Topics include Mac OS X, Microsoft Office, CS3, Firefox, [...]
I taught a class called ”Using Craigslist to Buy, Rent, Sell and More” tonight and it went well. One student brought a souvenir book from the 1st Taste of Chicago in 1977. She created an ad for it and posted it under collectibles for $25 obo, which I thought was kind of a low price. [...]