Little Brother, the Hypertext Edition

I was thrilled to meet and talk to so many people at the American Association of School Librarians conference in Hartford who were interested in a project that I was working on with a grade 9 English ...

Curiosity Killed the Cat

I’ve recently become aware that people I had really not expected read this blog.  This got me thinking about what it is that I write here.  I’ve long stopped trying to tailor my blog to ...

AASL – Final bog post

Well, I didn’t get to my blog post last night.  In some ways, yesterday was a more layer-back day, in others, it was filled with more great conversations and the development of deeper friendshi...

AASL 2013 – the first full day

There really isn’t any time to just chillax at these conferences, is there?  While I didn’t hit every session, the day was busy enough with picking brains and talking to vendors in the ex...

Treasure Mountain – Day 2

What a great day at Treasure Mountain!  Getting up at 6am was still a bit rough (3am Best Coast time), but once the eighth cup of joe got into the system, life was good.  A quick detail breakfast wi...

Treasure Mountain Research Retreat – Day 1

My goal today was to have my mind blown.  Well, there’s one big thing off of my “todo” list!  The day started with some introductions and a brief history of the school learning com...

Off to Treasure Mountain and AASL13

Two years ago, I was lucky enough to go to Minneapolis for the last instalments of the Treasure Mountation Research Retreat and the American Association of School Librarians conference.  To put that ...

Creation Culture in Libraries

Cross-posted from Hypermarc I have to say that I’ve enjoyed the readings of the past three weeks.  I’d spent a lot of time thinking about how mobile and geolocation technology could apply...