As I did more reading the gathering of information expended beyond accumulation of information – reach out t sources that encouraged me to interact with the information coming to me
It’s overwhelming. With so much information, tools & people out there, how do we start?
Messages we are sending and being sent; social tools bring traffic and connect with users who are not physically or willing to come to the libraryThe point is that if we are fundamental to the learning process the library can play an important role in helping students direct their own education – which in turn drives traffic to us and the resources to the library media center – if we are helping set up personal learning networks we can help the cope with the conflicting messages in the Web world – we help them direct their personal traffic LIKE THIS AMAZING STOPLIGHT – and we become integral to the learning process
Years to reach an audienceof 50 Million• Radio – 38 years• Television – 13 years• The Internet – 4 years• Apple iPod – 3 years• Facebook – 2 years• ???ccSteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2010
This is who we need to beready forhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pT4EbM7dCMs
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