Monthly Archives: October 2015

Curiosity

As I was reading through the module on Infinite Learning I came across this passage written by Professor Stephens: “Beginning this learner’s journey in library school should be a given. The role of the LIS instructor becomes guide, not keeper … Continue reading

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Community

In my pervious post I wrote about how as librarians we can use social media to bring communities together. Today as inspired by the ‘New Models’ module I will reflect on how libraries are bring communities together on the local … Continue reading

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Migrant Crisis in the Social Media News

At the end of August Hungary, the small country I live in, became front  and center on the world’s stag as thousands of migrants flooded our border and were stranded in our train stations. World history was happening right here! Although, … Continue reading

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Emerging Technology Plan: Canvas Library Portal

The Plan: Integrate Canvas by Instructure into the life of the International Christian School of Budapest (ICSB) Library, so that students, faculty, parents and other community members can be fully involved in the life of library in a way that … Continue reading

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