The Styling Librarian

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Styling Librarian: Technology Update September 2012

Technology Sharing for the Month:
Where are you online lately? Need some inspiration?

Here’s where I get inspired:

Twitter: @stylinlibrarian
#tlchat – did you participate in this first chat? It was amazing! I highly recommend each month.
Also #tlcafe is fantastic and inspiring and monthly as well.
I also adore the monthly #titletalk which consistently inspires me as an educator in connection with instruction.

Facebook: Favorite resources and book related pictures shared here:
Styling Librarian Page:
http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Styling-Librarian/253190371415435

Diigo: I keep up numerous Group pages on Diigo where inspiring resources are collected and categorized, you could get a weekly email with new inspiring ideas:
http://groups.diigo.com/user/deblalvarez

Pinterest: Starting to even pin favorite youtube videos that are useful for the classroom.
http://pinterest.com/StylinLibrarian/

Goodreads: Other inspiring readers have so many great book reviews plus connect with fantastic authors:
http://www.goodreads.com/user/show/1941055

The Styling Librarian- of course blogging is keeping me inspired and excited: sharing about life in Hong Kong and also thoughts on books I’ve read recently. Thanks to everyone for visiting and keeping up with online and life adventures!
http://thestylinglibrarian.com

YouTube: Enjoying sharing favorite resources on my YouTube channel in addition to sharing movies:  http://www.youtube.com/user/deblalv?feature=guide

New resources I’m exploring:
http://www.mashpedia.com - Interesting research tool. Not positive how child friendly this source is, but I appreciate how well organized this source pulls resources together.

http://www.smore.com/app/ – I’ve already created two pathfinders and two community newsletters with this source, easy and fantastic visual appeal. Example: http://www.smore.com/u/debbiealvarez

http://www.symbaloo.com – organizing all my research tools and other favorite links with this one for my website

http://www.screenr.com – this is the tool I’m teaching myself how to use next. Making videos on how to use the library system to search efficiently.

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