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Online Readings: Curiosity and Teaching with Technology by School Librarian In Action on Nov 22, 2012Did you ask a good question today? This idea may be the only sure way to educational reform, so "they" say. Read Curiosity Here There Everywhere Connect. Create. Explore. Steps to global education begin with connectedness Global Connections. Sound...



Online Readings: Technology and Pedagogy by School Librarian In Action on Sep 24, 2012Here's a smorgasbord of web links I gathered online. These links are curated in my Scoop it! page. I'm posting it here in the blog for the rest of the world to see. As if Twitter and Facebook won't suffice. Kids in Ethiopia are using tablets to lear...



Evaluate that App! by School Librarian In Action on Jun 17, 2012iPad App Evaluation for the Classroom...



The 8th iBlog Summit by School Librarian In Action on May 19, 2012I still remember the first iBlog Summit I attended in 2005. The next year, I was a speaker who presented a topic on blogs in education. How time flies! How far has Pinoy blogging gone since then? Allow me to go maudlin all over. Here is the link o...



Librarians as Online Content Curators by School Librarian In Action on Nov 16, 2011I have heard and read about curating online content late last year via blograrians who attended the annual American Library Association Conference. Another interesting topic discussed in the conference was that of transliteracy. That would be for ano...



Live Blogging: Early Readers Online by School Librarian In Action on Apr 6, 2011Sigh. Our presentation's done! The Early Readers Online is a Community and Service project of high school students in Beacon Academy, Laguna. Students wrote and illustrated stories for kids age 5-7. These illustrated stories underwent an editing pr...



The Rise of Facebook & Mark Zuckerberg by School Librarian In Action on Jan 13, 2011The Busy Librarian's post about Facebook is one piece I wish I'd have written. Interesting insights! Zuckerberg's invention has been phenomenal. Then again, there are skeptics who say that Zuckerberg's rise to online power may soon find its demise.



Good PR for Filipino Librarians by School Librarian In Action on Sep 19, 2009Ronald Lim, writer and journalist has written once again about us, Filipino Librarians and the online presence that we have been making of late. In his article about Prof. Igor Cabbab's seminar at the Manila International Book Fair yesterday, Lim fe...



Library 2.0 Revolution by School Librarian In Action on Sep 5, 2009CNN.com publishes online this brave article on Library 2.0. The digitization of library holdings is no longer a fictional matter. The virtual roles that librarians must play and portray to a younger, hipper and hi-tech generation is imminent.It is a...



As a result of the A(H1N1) assault by School Librarian In Action on Jun 23, 2009Xavier School has released PR on the cancelation of classes from June 25 to July 5. Beginning this Friday, June 26, selected courses and subjects for intermediate grades and secondary levels can be accessed online. Using technology, a student can fol...