Monthly Archives: November 2011

Reflection

LM_NET Bob Hicks Nov. 17, 2011   – Bob was responding to the idea of banning or blocking Google which has been a topic of conversation lately.  I suppose the idea would be that it would protect students from finding information … Continue reading

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Access To Information

  The following article by Marjorie L. Pappas highlights the importance of manuals an d virtual policies for libraries.  Having these policies and forms on-line can help librarian’s share information and continually update their information as trends and technology change.  … Continue reading

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Weekly Reflection

Podcast This week I watched and listened to a TED Talk by Sugata Mitra called The Child-Driven Education and How Kids Teach themselves.  In this series, Mitra reflects on an experiment that he conducted in some of the poorest communities … Continue reading

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