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blockchain for academic libraries
An interesting discussion on the use of blockchain for academic libraries on the LITA listserv in response to a request from the Library Association in Pakistan for an hour long session on "block chain and its applications for Academic Libraries". (More)
Conference on Digital Libraries
CM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries June 2-6, 2019 – Urbana-Champaign, IL Curated Knowledge. Connected People. Extraordinary Results. UPDATED DEADLINE: January 25, 2019 JCDL welcomes interesting submissions ranging across theories, (More)
for librarians and MLIS students
A YouTube Playlist for Librarians and MLIS Students By  | November 26, 2018 https://youtu.be/chDOCrJl284 He emphasizes the knowledge of how to (More)
Complexity A Leader's Framework
Complexity: A Leader's Framework for Understanding and Managing Change in Higher Education George Siemens, Shane Dawson and More)
Low Morale in the Libraries
Kaetrena Davis Kendrick is collecting information and providing resources regarding low morale in academic libraries. Survey https://goo.gl/forms/1luJ9e5W4oPZDXjA3 (More)
EDAD digital fluency
Other sessions for Dr. James Johnson's classes: http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims?s=jim+johnson other sessions for EDAD courses: More)
publish metrics ranking and citation info
EdTech Research – Where to Publish, How to Share (Part 2): Journal Metrics, Rankings and Citation Information By Stefanie Panke for AACE Review, March  10-15th 2018 https://www.aace.o (More)
Hololens in academic library
Blurred Lines—between virtual reality games, research, and education http://library.ifla.org/2133/ p. 5 a LibGuide was created that provided a better description of the (More)
Games and Online Interactive Content
Making Games and Online Interactive Content Wednesday, 11/21/2018 - Wednesday, 12/12/2018 Looking for a beginner's crash course in game making software and process? Games can be an excellent teaching resource, and game development is easier than (More)
MnState OER webinar
Open Textbook Webinar — a 90-minute online meeting to learn about open textbooks. Peer review of open textbooks is a critical component of assessing quality and supporting faculty looking for resources to use in their own classes.  After the works (More)
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