The BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) movement is not new but has been picking up steam over the past few years. BYOD takes the burden off of the school system and taxpayers by relying on student-owned tech. This will make what students learn and how they learn more relevant, ensuring that they be college and career ready … More BYOD – Bring Your Own Device
Part of the mission of the M3 blog is to review and demonstrate the power that Web 2.0 tools have to offer our libraries and, oftentimes, the classroom too. As your neighborhood friendly librarian, the reviews will always be fair. They won’t share only the best of the best and can include some of the worst. Not to worry though fellow readers, I think you’ll be quite impressed with the first Web 2.0 in this review series – Scribble Maps … More Web 2.0 – Review of the Week
Having previously been in the classroom for a little more than a decade now (I can’t believe I just wrote that!), I found myself drawn to a number of classroom blogs … More Classrooms of the Future… Today!
As I enter deeper in the blogospehere (am I even using that term correctly?!), I found myself drawn to a number of blogs written by – yep, you guessed it – librarians … More Back in my day, we used Dewey…
Our first annual Family Literacy Night is right around the corner … More Family Literacy Night & Open House