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Lorena's List: Five Great Technology Tools for Academics (and everyone else...)
, Interrupt Driven, October 4, 2013
Back in February I did a talk for the WSU Writing Program's Multimodal Composition Across the Curriculum series. My topic was Information Literacy and Technology-Assisted Research (I talked about metaliteracy), and I'll post my slides in my next ID post, but in the Q&A I had a bunch of questions about technology. So the convener of the series, Jennifer Lin O'Brian,  asked me to write up a list of my favorite five tools. It was hard to limit myself, and you will .... 2013-03-25T18:54:00.001-07:00 [Comment]

Initial Thoughts about #Metaliteracy
, Interrupt Driven, October 4, 2013
I've started a number of MOOCs, none of which I have completed (I wrote a post after failing to complete the first one on some thoughts about MOOCs and libraries), although all of which I have learned from. Right now I am taking participating in a MOOC about metaliteracy (look here for more information about what metaliteracy is - the tl;dr definition is "Metaliteracy is an overarching and self-referential framework that integrates emerging technologies and unifies multiple .... 2013-09-29T19:55:00.001-07:00 [Comment]

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