Metaliteracy MOOC Daily Newsletter
April 24, 2014
Participants' Blog Posts
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Blog: Visual Literacy . . . I’m not an expert, but I have questions . . .
Boy has it been a while. A young family and full-time work certainly has its ups and downs. I have been thinking a long time about the visual literacy section of my Metaliteracy MOOC. I will be the first to admit that I have a long way to go on being visually literate myself, at […] [Link]
Tue, 22 Apr 2014 19:40:52 +0000
by cmarten, Feed: Musings from the Library [Comment]
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:  METALITERACY
- reinventing information literacy to empower learners James Kellerhouse
:  Everyone in is reading it . Tammy can't put the book down! Facet Publishing
:  METALITERACY
- reinventing information literacy to empower learners Donna Witek
:  I'll be presenting at with -- looking forward to your keynote w/ ! Valerie Hill
:  Conversations on are critical thanks allValerie Hill
:  Library is a "global center" will be important in futureHeather Moorefield
:  Information and interviews about metaliteracy
and Minecraft in libraries from : Eveline Houtman
:  last minute thoughts on Carolyn Starkey
:  Metaliteracy
....badges....tools....my head is exploding. BOOM! Jamie Redgate
:  Saw the book 'Metaliteracy
', read the title as a portmanteau of 'metal literacy'.\m/Carolyn Starkey
:  How can we make this happen for Alabama students? Carolyn Starkey
:  Enjoyed presenting at with my friend Wendy Stephens
:  Slides from our metaliteracy