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What Now? Housekeeping, Updates, Twitter Archive

Hello, everyone & thank you for participating in Handhelds in School Libraries NJ. You dove into the loose structure of an Unconference headfirst & surfaced, grinning energized. Let’s continue these crowdsourced conversations here & on the Facebook Group we established … Continue reading

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Twitter & Flickr

If you’re on Twitter, please consider tweeting the sessions you attend on Saturday! Add your handle to the comments of this post & make sure to add #hhslnj to your tweets. We also hope you’ll help document the day by … Continue reading

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Our (Self-Created, Day-Of) Schedule

This post is sticky — that means it’s going to stay up here at the top of this page until after the Unconference is over on 3/24. As we update the Google Doc embedded below, the changes will appear right … Continue reading

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The Order of the Day

Roughly speaking, that is. Your faithful organizers — Janice Cooper, Dee Venuto, Andy Woodworth, Alice Yucht & Sophie Brookover — have been working on a schedule for the Unconference. It’s still subject to change, but here’s what we’re going with … Continue reading

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Archived Webinar: The Library In Your Pocket

LibraryLinkNJ–The New Jersey Library Cooperative just hosted noted social media expert Meredith Farkas’ talk on practical applications of mobile technologies in libraries. The webinar, called The Library In Your Pocket, is now available to be viewed as an archived recording … Continue reading

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an UNconference?

it’s an informal participant-driven day of learning about handheld devices in libraries: how will these ereaders / tablets / smartphones / mini-computers change and reinvent school library programs, services, collections, and learning spaces? Everything is up for discussion – let’s … Continue reading

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