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Virtual Worlds Interest Group (ACRL)

Event Information Literacy Panel on ALA Island TODAY, Nov 13, 2009, at 12:00 pm PST/SLT -- "Web 2.0 Approaches to IL (Information Literacy)"

by Valerie Hawkins (staff) on Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 01:00 pm

Information Literacy Panel & Exhibit 2009 by ACRL in SL

ACRL in SL area on ALA Island (56, 191, 29) -- http://slurl.com/secondlife/ALA%20Island/56/191/29/

Information Literacy Panel on 11/13/2009 at 12:00 pm SLT/PST -- "Web 2.0 Approaches to IL"

Information Literacy Panel & Exhibit 2009 by ACRL in SL

ACRL in SL area on ALA Island (56, 191, 29) -- http://slurl.com/secondlife/ALA%20Island/56/191/29/

Information Literacy Panel on 11/13/2009 at 12:00 pm SLT/PST -- "Web 2.0 Approaches to IL"

MLIS students from the University of Hawaii present a panel of information literacy librarians discussing new IL approaches using Web 2.0 technologies, includes an exhibit of ACRL Information Literacy Standards.

Moderator: Alexandria Knight (Esther Grassian, UCLA)

Panelists: Sheila Yoshikawa (Sheila Webber, U. Sheffield, UK), Buk Binder (Marsha Schnirring), Occidental College Robin Ashford (Robin Mochi), George Fox University Beth Kraemer (Alice Burgess) University of Kentucky

November 13, Noon-1pm PST/SLT

Information Literacy Week in Second Life 2009
http://infolit-week-in-sl.ning.com

Info from Group Notice by Adra Letov

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Women Administrators Discussion Group (LLAMA - Library Leadership & Management Association)

Online Doc Notes from WADG meeting in Chicago, July 2009

by Nancy Hewison (non-member) on Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 12:51 pm

LLAMA Women Administrators Discussion Group
ALA Annual - Chicago, IL - July 12, 2009

Topic:  Strategic Reorganization: Restructuring Libraries in Hard Times

Discussion Leader: Elizabeth Brice, Miami University, chair

Minutes: Nancy Hewison, Purdue University, chair-elect

ALA Connect Help

Online Doc Online Tutorial Module 3: How to Find Your Groups after Logging in to ALA Connect (video)

by ALAConnect Helpdesk (staff) on Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 09:52 am

ITTS eLearning logo for AC

Click here to launch module

You will need the Flash player 9 or above to view this interactive tutorial.

Tip: Press the F11 key at the beginning of this tutorial in order to hide your browser's address bar and give you more viewing room.  Press F11 at the end of the tutorial to restore the address bar and close the tutorial.

 

ALA Connect Help

Online Doc Online Tutorial Module 2: Public Navigation of ALA Connect for Non-ALA Members (video)

by ALAConnect Helpdesk (staff) on Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 09:52 am

ITTS eLearning logo for AC

Click here to launch module

You will need the Flash player 9 or above to view this interactive tutorial.

Tip: Press the F11 key at the beginning of this tutorial in order to hide your browser's address bar and give you more viewing room.  Press F11 at the end of the tutorial to restore the address bar and close the tutorial.

ALA Connect Help

Discussion Online Tutorial Module 1: What Members and Staff Need to Know About Logging In to ALA Connect (video)

by Sheila Joy (staff) on Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 09:51 am

ITTS eLearning logo for AC

Click here to launch module

You will need the Flash player 9 or above to view this interactive tutorial.

Tip: Press the F11 key at the beginning of this tutorial in order to hide your browser's address bar and give you more viewing room.  Press F11 at the end of the tutorial to restore the address bar and close the tutorial.

ALA Connect Help

Discussion Profiles and Networks: Finding People on ALA Connect (video)

by Jenny Levine (staff) on Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 09:51 am

Using ALA Connect, ALA members can create a personalized network with colleagues, friends, classmates, and others around interests, issues, events, and more.

Each ALA member has an ALA Connect profile, always accessible from the left sidebar. Your profile is already populated with membership information from the ALA membership database....

Using ALA Connect, ALA members can create a personalized network with colleagues, friends, classmates, and others around interests, issues, events, and more.

Each ALA member has an ALA Connect profile, always accessible from the left sidebar. Your profile is already populated with membership information from the ALA membership database....

One in a series of introductory screencasts created by the 2009 ALA Emerging Leaders Group I.
View the original video and transcript.

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ALA Connect Help

Discussion Online Docs: Collaborative Document Editing on ALA Connect (video)

by Jenny Levine (staff) on Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 09:50 am

You and your group members can now collaborate on and keep track of your ALA work all in the same spot with ALA Connect's Online Docs!

From the ALA Connect page for any group or community with which you're affiliated, just visit the Online Docs section on the right sidebar. Follow the Add link to start a new document or follow the Online Docs link to visit documents already created.

Why should you use Connect's Online Docs? Here's what you need to know....

You and your group members can now collaborate on and keep track of your ALA work all in the same spot with ALA Connect's Online Docs!

From the ALA Connect page for any group or community with which you're affiliated, just visit the Online Docs section on the right sidebar. Follow the Add link to start a new document or follow the Online Docs link to visit documents already created.

Why should you use Connect's Online Docs? Here's what you need to know....

One in a series of introductory screencasts created by the 2009 ALA Emerging Leaders Group I.
View the original video and transcript.

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ALA Connect Help

Discussion What's New with Other Groups (video)

by Jenny Levine (staff) on Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 09:50 am

Just like on Lost, it's always good to know what Others are up to. In ALA Connect, groups can publish content so that anyone can view it. That way, they can share what they are doing with you, and you can find out what's going on with them....

Just like on Lost, it's always good to know what Others are up to. In ALA Connect, groups can publish content so that anyone can view it. That way, they can share what they are doing with you, and you can find out what's going on with them....

One in a series of introductory screencasts created by the 2009 ALA Emerging Leaders Group I.
View the original video and transcript.

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ALA Connect Help

Discussion What's New with My Groups: Finding and Featuring Group Information on ALA Connect (video)

by Jenny Levine (staff) on Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 09:50 am

It's easy to track your groups' conversations and work with ALA Connect. Once you're logged in to ALA Connect, your groups' newest information is displayed right on your homepage, alongside information from other active groups and communities.

To find out more about what's new with any particular group of which you're a member, just head to the group page via the My ALA Groups section, or the My Member Communities section....

It's easy to track your groups' conversations and work with ALA Connect. Once you're logged in to ALA Connect, your groups' newest information is displayed right on your homepage, alongside information from other active groups and communities.

To find out more about what's new with any particular group of which you're a member, just head to the group page via the My ALA Groups section, or the My Member Communities section....

One in a series of introductory screencasts created by the 2009 ALA Emerging Leaders Group I.
View the original video and transcript.

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ALA Connect Help

Discussion Finding New Groups that Might Interest You (video)

by Jenny Levine (staff) on Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 09:50 am

ALA has over two thousand divisions, committees, task forces and round tables, and Connect offers an additional 500 member created communities- and this number is growing every day. So how does one find new groups that might interest them?...

ALA has over two thousand divisions, committees, task forces and round tables, and Connect offers an additional 500 member created communities- and this number is growing every day. So how does one find new groups that might interest them?...

One in a series of introductory screencasts created by the 2009 ALA Emerging Leaders Group I.
View the original video and transcript.

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