Tag Archives: Digital Libraries

TBL for DLs

I’m teaching my Digital Libraries course this semester. I’ve taught this course at least once a year for the past 8 years. But this time around I’m doing something different: I’m deliberately trying to use methods from team-based learning. Now, … Continue reading

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More on Social Media Classroom

I promised in a previous post that I would document my experience using Social Media Classroom for my Digital Libraries course, and here it is, almost Spring Break, and I haven’t revisited the topic. So here we go. In fact, … Continue reading

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My adventures with Social Media Classroom

I’m using Social Media Classroom for my Digital Libraries course this semester. Why? Why not. Yes, it’s a new tool to learn, my students aren’t familiar with it, so it will be a learning curve for all of us. But … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the DuraSpace Press Release

I’m sure everyone who pays even a small amount of attention to digital libraries has already seen this press release: Fedora Commons and DSpace Foundation Join Together to Create DuraSpaceā„¢ Organization I have to admit that when I first saw … Continue reading

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