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23 Things Quotes These quotes are reflective blog postings about 23 Learning 2.0 Things; a discovery learning program designed to encourage LIS students to explore new technologies and reward them for doing 23 Things

<a>http://sites.google.com/site/23learning20things/</a>

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  1. 1. “23 Things” Learning 2.0 Assignment LIS506 Introduction to Information Technology
  2. 2. 23 Things Quotes These quotes are reflective blog postings about 23 Learning 2.0 Things; a discovery learning program designed to encourage LIS students to explore new technologies and reward them for doing 23 Things http://sites.google.com/site/23learning20things/
  3. 3. We were asked to reflect on ways these applications could be used in a library setting, but unless we read everyone's blog posts, those ideas were not shared. I think it would be helpful to share these ideas in some way.
  4. 4. Overall, I definitely enjoyed this site and will use it often in the future.
  5. 5. All in all, G docs is just pretty awesome all around and I'm glad I was exposed to it.
  6. 6. This assignment is one that I could sink my teeth into. It represents hands on learning, which is the way I learn best. Give me what I need and let me run with it.
  7. 7. The beauty is that there were really no right or wrong answers to this assignment. Every one's reflections and thoughts are their own and I'm sure there were a wide variety of opinions about different exercises.
  8. 8. I have a deeper understanding of things I was already familiar with.
  9. 9. For me this assignment does not end here.
  10. 10. Library Thing is a good thing. Wow. Could a book lover find a site that would be more beneficial?
  11. 11. I loved this assignment because I have been wanting to check out Google Voice for a while and just can't seem to find the time.
  12. 12. The one tool I discovered that I LOVE is iGoogle!
  13. 13. Google just keeps making my life easier and easier.
  14. 14. I have enjoyed having an excuse to run amuck around the internet, testing whatever new web 2.0 technologies I find.
  15. 15. Ready or not, Web 2.0 and Library 2.0 is here to stay. We have to keep up or be left behind.
  16. 16. LibraryThing, he looked at me, shook his head, and said, “That is REALLY geeky.” Perhaps it is, but if that is the case, then there are lots of other geeks just like me!
  17. 17. Now that I’m a grad student, I use Google Docs for just about everything that isn’t a hardcore writing assignment.
  18. 18. Google Docs has been a lifesaver when it comes to this profession that emphasizes collaboration, collaboration, COLLABORATION! I cannot see myself functioning without it.
  19. 19. My lifelong learning goals have certainly been affected. I think it is important to keep up with the latest web 2.0 technologies. It will be difficult considering how quickly they pop up but as a future library professional it will be necessary.
  20. 20. I think my favorite program I have learned about this year is Google docs.
  21. 21. I had always wondered what made RSS so special.
  22. 22. I wish I had Zotero when I did my internship during my senior year of my Undergraduate education.
  23. 23. I never had used Google docs before, in fact I had never heard of this program.
  24. 24. Today I learned about the usefulness of RSS feeds.
  25. 25. I can honestly say that I am a youtube junkie.
  26. 26. overall it was a good experience. i learned alot and am now a little more literate if anyone ever asks me about one of these tools i have some experience even if i am not an expert. definitely helpful to know.
  27. 27. The positives to the 23 Learning 2.0 Things is that it forces you to explore things you may not have known existed and could really assimilate into your academic, professional or personal lives.
  28. 28. A world of technology has been revealed to me. Now it's up to me to decide how I'm gonna use it.
  29. 29. I've discovered it now and early enough in my graduate studies to put it to good use.
  30. 30. Great job LibraryThing! I think...I love you!
  31. 31. You know what's strange? I've heard of Delicious but never bothered to find out what it was because I just assumed it would be of no use to me.
  32. 32. Whew... done! I liked the whole experience a lot, I learned a ton.
  33. 33. I never used Google Docs until this year, and it is the best thing ever.
  34. 34. There were some really great tools, a lot I had used before and a lot I hadn't, and all of them were pretty interesting to explore.
  35. 35. Not only can a lot of these things be used by librarians in their jobs, but are great tools to introduce to library users, and improve service.
  36. 36. This was an interesting site, and one which I had never heard of before.
  37. 37. Though I’d heard of Google Docs before, I didn’t actually use it until this semester. Man, I was missing out!
  38. 38. I have enjoyed the explorations of 23 Learning 2.o Things. I have discovered some new technologies, revisited some old friends and gained some organizational and time saving tools along the way.
  39. 39. I had seen Zotero on library computers, watched other people use Zotero but had never tried it myself. Until today. Now I can count on Zotero for the rest of my days as a graduate student!
  40. 40. I am a bit surprised I did not know about LibraryThing before my introduction through this exploration.
  41. 41. It wasn't until I was forced to create an account (something I've gotten much faster at, lately,) created a custom search, and performed a search, that I saw the potential.
  42. 42. I have been embarassed about my lack of use of RSS. I am glad this assignment pushed me into it.
  43. 43. I was, however, excited that I got to clean my room as a work by Alduous Huxley was read to me in an Irish accent. Definitely not possible with a book.
  44. 44. Okay, there seems to be some kinda flux in our temporal experience, but I assure you, this is my first post on my first blog and wow, the experience is cool!
  45. 45. Can anyone read this? How honest should I be? Does anyone care?
  46. 46. Is my teacher really gonna read all these posts? Can I fake some? Will she read mine, 'cause I'm so amazing?
  47. 47. OK time for true confessions: I did give second life a try once. As my avatar was walking to the library, it fell into a fountain and was unable to get out. It is probably still there today.
  48. 48. I hope it's OK to not love all of these "23 things"
  49. 49. Now I have more bookmarks than I will ever need or use, but I get reassurance knowing they are there and organized if I do need them.
  50. 50. Finding an interesting podcast was easy. Getting the feed on my blog was another story.
  51. 51. Although this is the end of the project, hopefully it is not the end of me or my blogging. Hopefully I will have other library-related thoughts that can find a home here. So, stay tuned. Look out, Library 2.0! Here I come…
  52. 52. Let me give you the gist of this entire post in one sentence: Google is amazing. There you have it. You needn’t read more unless you really, really want to enjoy the sultry sound of my typed voice.
  53. 53. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Google is great. Sure, part of me thinks that they’re secretly working on a plot for world domination up at headquarters, but if they keep making such efficient technologies, I just may be willing to give them a chance to run the world.
  54. 54. Feel free to read, ponder and discuss!
  55. 55. Fascinating site this Library Things site. Whiled away a couple of hours adding books I have to my online library (only got so far because I'm away from the house right now).
  56. 56. Do not be surprised to see more ramblings on my blog.... not about using these tools, but ramblings that are enhanced by implementing these tools.
  57. 57. Wow, what a journey. I thought it might be lame when some of the initial tools were so common, tools that I had already toyed with, and pontificated on their potential. Then come a few newer ones, like google reader, zotero, rollyo and library thing.
  58. 58. I'm not going back and capitalizing those proper nouns, because this here be a blog. We don't conform to grammar standards round here, because this is my house, my page, my roll.
  59. 59. Questions and comments about this site can be sent to the instructor, Roberta (Robin) Sullivan. Content and style for this site is a derivative and have been borrowed and duplicated with permission, under a Creative Commons License. Learning 2.0 is a discovery learning program originally created for The Public Library of Charlotte & Mecklenberg County by Helene Blowers.

Beschreibung

23 Things Quotes These quotes are reflective blog postings about 23 Learning 2.0 Things; a discovery learning program designed to encourage LIS students to explore new technologies and reward them for doing 23 Things

<a>http://sites.google.com/site/23learning20things/</a>

Transkript

  1. 1. “23 Things” Learning 2.0 Assignment LIS506 Introduction to Information Technology
  2. 2. 23 Things Quotes These quotes are reflective blog postings about 23 Learning 2.0 Things; a discovery learning program designed to encourage LIS students to explore new technologies and reward them for doing 23 Things http://sites.google.com/site/23learning20things/
  3. 3. We were asked to reflect on ways these applications could be used in a library setting, but unless we read everyone's blog posts, those ideas were not shared. I think it would be helpful to share these ideas in some way.
  4. 4. Overall, I definitely enjoyed this site and will use it often in the future.
  5. 5. All in all, G docs is just pretty awesome all around and I'm glad I was exposed to it.
  6. 6. This assignment is one that I could sink my teeth into. It represents hands on learning, which is the way I learn best. Give me what I need and let me run with it.
  7. 7. The beauty is that there were really no right or wrong answers to this assignment. Every one's reflections and thoughts are their own and I'm sure there were a wide variety of opinions about different exercises.
  8. 8. I have a deeper understanding of things I was already familiar with.
  9. 9. For me this assignment does not end here.
  10. 10. Library Thing is a good thing. Wow. Could a book lover find a site that would be more beneficial?
  11. 11. I loved this assignment because I have been wanting to check out Google Voice for a while and just can't seem to find the time.
  12. 12. The one tool I discovered that I LOVE is iGoogle!
  13. 13. Google just keeps making my life easier and easier.
  14. 14. I have enjoyed having an excuse to run amuck around the internet, testing whatever new web 2.0 technologies I find.
  15. 15. Ready or not, Web 2.0 and Library 2.0 is here to stay. We have to keep up or be left behind.
  16. 16. LibraryThing, he looked at me, shook his head, and said, “That is REALLY geeky.” Perhaps it is, but if that is the case, then there are lots of other geeks just like me!
  17. 17. Now that I’m a grad student, I use Google Docs for just about everything that isn’t a hardcore writing assignment.
  18. 18. Google Docs has been a lifesaver when it comes to this profession that emphasizes collaboration, collaboration, COLLABORATION! I cannot see myself functioning without it.
  19. 19. My lifelong learning goals have certainly been affected. I think it is important to keep up with the latest web 2.0 technologies. It will be difficult considering how quickly they pop up but as a future library professional it will be necessary.
  20. 20. I think my favorite program I have learned about this year is Google docs.
  21. 21. I had always wondered what made RSS so special.
  22. 22. I wish I had Zotero when I did my internship during my senior year of my Undergraduate education.
  23. 23. I never had used Google docs before, in fact I had never heard of this program.
  24. 24. Today I learned about the usefulness of RSS feeds.
  25. 25. I can honestly say that I am a youtube junkie.
  26. 26. overall it was a good experience. i learned alot and am now a little more literate if anyone ever asks me about one of these tools i have some experience even if i am not an expert. definitely helpful to know.
  27. 27. The positives to the 23 Learning 2.0 Things is that it forces you to explore things you may not have known existed and could really assimilate into your academic, professional or personal lives.
  28. 28. A world of technology has been revealed to me. Now it's up to me to decide how I'm gonna use it.
  29. 29. I've discovered it now and early enough in my graduate studies to put it to good use.
  30. 30. Great job LibraryThing! I think...I love you!
  31. 31. You know what's strange? I've heard of Delicious but never bothered to find out what it was because I just assumed it would be of no use to me.
  32. 32. Whew... done! I liked the whole experience a lot, I learned a ton.
  33. 33. I never used Google Docs until this year, and it is the best thing ever.
  34. 34. There were some really great tools, a lot I had used before and a lot I hadn't, and all of them were pretty interesting to explore.
  35. 35. Not only can a lot of these things be used by librarians in their jobs, but are great tools to introduce to library users, and improve service.
  36. 36. This was an interesting site, and one which I had never heard of before.
  37. 37. Though I’d heard of Google Docs before, I didn’t actually use it until this semester. Man, I was missing out!
  38. 38. I have enjoyed the explorations of 23 Learning 2.o Things. I have discovered some new technologies, revisited some old friends and gained some organizational and time saving tools along the way.
  39. 39. I had seen Zotero on library computers, watched other people use Zotero but had never tried it myself. Until today. Now I can count on Zotero for the rest of my days as a graduate student!
  40. 40. I am a bit surprised I did not know about LibraryThing before my introduction through this exploration.
  41. 41. It wasn't until I was forced to create an account (something I've gotten much faster at, lately,) created a custom search, and performed a search, that I saw the potential.
  42. 42. I have been embarassed about my lack of use of RSS. I am glad this assignment pushed me into it.
  43. 43. I was, however, excited that I got to clean my room as a work by Alduous Huxley was read to me in an Irish accent. Definitely not possible with a book.
  44. 44. Okay, there seems to be some kinda flux in our temporal experience, but I assure you, this is my first post on my first blog and wow, the experience is cool!
  45. 45. Can anyone read this? How honest should I be? Does anyone care?
  46. 46. Is my teacher really gonna read all these posts? Can I fake some? Will she read mine, 'cause I'm so amazing?
  47. 47. OK time for true confessions: I did give second life a try once. As my avatar was walking to the library, it fell into a fountain and was unable to get out. It is probably still there today.
  48. 48. I hope it's OK to not love all of these "23 things"
  49. 49. Now I have more bookmarks than I will ever need or use, but I get reassurance knowing they are there and organized if I do need them.
  50. 50. Finding an interesting podcast was easy. Getting the feed on my blog was another story.
  51. 51. Although this is the end of the project, hopefully it is not the end of me or my blogging. Hopefully I will have other library-related thoughts that can find a home here. So, stay tuned. Look out, Library 2.0! Here I come…
  52. 52. Let me give you the gist of this entire post in one sentence: Google is amazing. There you have it. You needn’t read more unless you really, really want to enjoy the sultry sound of my typed voice.
  53. 53. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Google is great. Sure, part of me thinks that they’re secretly working on a plot for world domination up at headquarters, but if they keep making such efficient technologies, I just may be willing to give them a chance to run the world.
  54. 54. Feel free to read, ponder and discuss!
  55. 55. Fascinating site this Library Things site. Whiled away a couple of hours adding books I have to my online library (only got so far because I'm away from the house right now).
  56. 56. Do not be surprised to see more ramblings on my blog.... not about using these tools, but ramblings that are enhanced by implementing these tools.
  57. 57. Wow, what a journey. I thought it might be lame when some of the initial tools were so common, tools that I had already toyed with, and pontificated on their potential. Then come a few newer ones, like google reader, zotero, rollyo and library thing.
  58. 58. I'm not going back and capitalizing those proper nouns, because this here be a blog. We don't conform to grammar standards round here, because this is my house, my page, my roll.
  59. 59. Questions and comments about this site can be sent to the instructor, Roberta (Robin) Sullivan. Content and style for this site is a derivative and have been borrowed and duplicated with permission, under a Creative Commons License. Learning 2.0 is a discovery learning program originally created for The Public Library of Charlotte & Mecklenberg County by Helene Blowers.

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