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We want this thread to supplement the discussion Beth and I will get started at at ALA midwinter - http://alamw14.ala.org/node/12452
If you can't make it to ALA midwinter, please feel free to add:1. Use of tool2. Pros3. Cons4. Free (or price?)5. Tech issues to note
Jane Hart has a nice list from her UK Top 100 Tools for Learning survey of interest:
Thanks for your contributions!~ Lilly Ramin (@lillylibrarian)LITA ITIG Chair
I wrote up some notes from our discussion for my blog and wanted to share the crux of it here. Rather than list every tool we have used in a useful, usable, desirable way, my group sidetracked to come up with criteria for a great tech tool.
(The rest of the post is at http://catherineodson.com/2014/01/27/alamw14-great-tech-tools/. End shameless self plug.)
Thank you, Catherine! I hope to see you at today's session (10:30, Ceasar's Palace). I was hoping there would be more feedback in this space by annual but we will talk about and continue the conversation as well :)
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