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  1. Last 7 days
    1. more than 50 million people consider themselves creators (also known as influencers)

      Creators = influencers? ???

  2. May 2021
  3. Aug 2020
    1. Twitter subscribers who until a few months ago were apparently experts in European relations or constitutional law are now skilled infectious diseases epidemiologists. The accretion of new knowledge takes place via tweets, political grandstanding, gross misinterpretation of preprints, and media briefings in the absence of scrutinisable data. We are witness to the unedifying spectacle of highly respected scientists left squirming as they are subject to the dangerous ramblings of politicians desperate to rescue themselves from their own incompetence.
  4. Jun 2020
  5. Apr 2020
    1. Using Zotero to Manage References: Part I This workshop will focus on getting scholarly articles and other information sources into your Zotero library. It will also include resources for setting up your Zotero library on your computer. [28:47] Using Zotero to Manage References: Part II This workshop will focus on getting references out of your Zotero library and into documents. It will also briefly cover Zotero's online presence. [25:02]

      I did these two :-) Note that an annotation will automatically highlight the text annotated.

    2. Making a page note here - this is a great series of workshops.

  6. Feb 2020
    1. Can't do anchored annotations because of the way this page is done (should have done this on one of the many open webpages that have this ;-) , but I have to note that I say "Nonsense." Please!": [and] "HA!!" so, so often when I am reading.

      One of my absolutely favorite poems, which I suppose places me in with a lot of other people.

    1. case study focuses on the open shelves in the two main librarylocations of UUL

      case study methodology

      methodology

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  7. Oct 2019
    1. Advanced Search

      Always opt for the advanced search.

  8. Jun 2019
    1. And so the idea of live video lectures in my classes was born. What I lacked in funding and ability to control the weather I made up for in social connections and guts. I figured if I asked the authors of the material I assigned (some of whom I had met, some not), surely one or two would say yes. Chocolates sweetened the deal. Turns out, all nine agreed.[1]

      Often done in K-12

    1. Campus digital learning experts should be included early in discussions on the future of graduate programs. This problem once again raises the issue of OPMs and their role in moving campus programs online.

      Just 'cause I had to look it up - OPM = Online Program Management and Joshua Kim has another IHE article on them: https://www.insidehighered.com/digital-learning/blogs/technology-and-learning/opm-industry-and-online-learning-evangelist

    2. Every school with master’s degrees is at some stage of process in moving these programs online. Save for a very small number of elite programs, the model of full-time residential master’s is in decline. The question appears to be not if master's programs will move online, but how they will do so.

      Implications for libraries...

  9. May 2019
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    1. remote participant

      Nice! Somehow when I was first fiddling with it on my phone I got the side tray and couldn't get back to the bottom tray, but I can't duplicate whatever I did.

  11. Feb 2018
    1. Resilience is repackaged trauma for organizations in a state of perpetual recovery.

      I have worked in libraries and in the nonprofit sector, and this sentence hit me like a ton of bricks.

  12. Mar 2017
    1. scholarly conversation

      the ability to connect the point in question to the actual text - not via comments appended below, or even via a blog post fisking... [hypothes.es]

  13. Apr 2016
    1. he conference provides a forum for understanding how technology can be used effectively in maximizing student success on campus and beyond.

      The wide variety of participants makes a rich and layered experience.

    2. This is the second year of the Building Bridges conference.

  14. Mar 2016
    1. Electronic Marginalia: Tools for Annotation Workshop with Lorena O’English (3/25 1-3pm in the CDSC)

      I am annotating this even as I am giving this workshop!

    1. This proxy bookmarklet is a great tool for accessing articles and other resources you can get through the WSU Libraries without having to go directly through the Libraries.

    1. Thoughts about the long tail - I wrote this blog post almost two years ago (as of this annottion) and the long tail has expanded even more. The example I gave here was for back-listed books, however, and this has not expanded quite as much two years later as I wish it had. Orphan works? Author rights? Start-up costs? All those and more, I suspect... -loe 3/22/16 #pagenote

  15. Jun 2015
  16. Mar 2015
    1. Testing...after password re-set. #thisisnotasubstantiveannotation