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About CalendarTree - CalendarTree -
The idea for CalendarTree grew out of a conversation between two parents who were exasperated by the inefficiency of keeping their personal calendars updated with family activities, team schedules, and school events that are typically communicated by email or posted across various internet calendars. Surely, they thought, there must be a simpler way to create and share team and group schedules without worrying about which brand of digital calendar each recipient uses. In this age of technology, does it make sense to manually retype a schedule from your email into your digital calendar or individually select each event in fear of accepting everything on a public calendar that you don't want? The two parents teamed with BlueChilli, a technology venture company, to develop CalendarTree. Together they hope to make creating and sharing schedules far easier (and far more polite) for millions of parents, athletes, coaches, team parents, students, teachers, project managers, and anyone else... - Stephanie Zimmerman
What Is A Podcast? A Real Life Explanation by podcastanswerman on SoundCloud - Hear the world’s sounds -
AWESOME explanation of what a podcast is!! - Stephanie Zimmerman
Bricks 4 Kidz - Pennsylvania - Lancaster - South -
Our programs provide an extraordinary atmosphere for students to build unique creations, play games, and have loads of fun using LEGO® bricks. The activities are designed to trigger young children’s lively imaginations and build their self-confidence. - Stephanie Zimmerman
Are you are a good liar? Find out in 5 seconds - YouTube -
trace a q on your forhead, if the tail goes to the left - good liar, to right - not a good liar.. watch the video for more info - Stephanie Zimmerman
Match concepts to definitions - Stephanie Zimmerman
Parent-teacher communication made easy - Stephanie Zimmerman
Statistics in Schools -
Educate your students about the value and everyday use of statistics. The Statistics in Schools program provides resources for teaching and learning with real life data.  Explore the site for standards-aligned, classroom-ready activities in math and history, data visualizations and more. - Stephanie Zimmerman is the federal government’s website to help you be safe, secure and responsible online. - Stephanie Zimmerman
The resources below were compiled as part of my research while writing Makerspaces: A Practical Guide for Librarians (Rowman and Littlefield, 2014). You might also be interested in the results from the Makerspaces in Libraries Survey I conducted in 2013. - Stephanie Zimmerman
What Happens In A YouTube Minute [Infographic] | ONENAME GLOBAL -
In just 60 seconds: - Users upload 100 hours of video to YouTube - People are viewing at least 2,777,777 videos - People subscribe to 1,388 new YouTube channels - PewDiePie, a hugely popular gaming channel, makes about $13.31, or $7 million every year! - Jenna Marbles, another YouTube sensation, makes about $8.18 - YouTube, on the other hand, makes an estimated $10,654.49 - Stephanie Zimmerman
A Guide to Little-Known Image Collections with Millions of Free, Hi-Res Images - -
Amazon Tests ‘Kindle Unlimited,’ A Netflix For Ebooks And Audiobooks | TechCrunch -
Amazon might give readers something to get really excited about: A digital ebook and audiobook subscription service that provides Kindle users with all the content they can consume from a potential library of over 600,000 titles for just $9.99 per month. - Stephanie Zimmerman
Pew Type-ifies Library Users with New Quiz -
Back in March, The Internet Project at Pew Research released the results from their library engagement poll, From Distant Admirers to Library Lovers-and beyond: A typology of public library engagement in America. This week Pew has released a supplemental activity to go along with that research, allowing users to answer a condensed version of that same quiz and compare how they stack up with the general population. - Stephanie Zimmerman
OverDrive: Why We Love Librarians -
Great post from Adam Sockel of OverDrive about Librarians. Really speaks to the reality of all that they do! - Stephanie Zimmerman
Articulate Workshop - Mike's page -
Texas State Library July 2014: Free CE and Training Options Online | Library Developments -
monthly listing of free training on the web. - Stephanie Zimmerman
Nonprofit Tech for Good Webinar Schedule -
Please Note: Thanks to a generous sponsorship from the Public Interest Registry, the webinars listed below are for the first and only time being offered for free. Heather Mansfield presents webinars on how nonprofits can effectively use social and mobile media. Her webinars focus on practical how-to advice and demonstrate click-by-click the best practices that Heather has learned from spending more than 25,000 hours on social and mobile media sites over the last decade. - Stephanie Zimmerman
Web Fundamentals — Google Developers -
Build great multi-device web experiences - Stephanie Zimmerman
Public Libraries in the United States Survey: Fiscal Year 2011 -
The Public Libraries in the United States Survey (PLS) examines when, where, and how library services are changing to meet the needs of the public. These data, supplied annually by more than 97.0 percent of public libraries across the country, provide information that policymakers and practitioners can use to make informed decisions about the support and strategic management of libraries - Stephanie Zimmerman
About « International Games Day @ your library -
International Games Day @ your library is an initiative run by volunteers from around the world and auspiced by the American Library Association, in partnership with Nordic Game Day and the Australian Library and Information Association, to reconnect communities through their libraries around the educational, recreational, and social value of all types of games. - Stephanie Zimmerman
22 Free e-Learning and Graphic Design Resources -
Everyone loves a freebie. The problem with many free resource sites is that you are often inundated with so much unusable garbage that it’s hard not to feel like you are wasting your time. Below is a collection of design resources that I have personally found useful as an e-Learning, web, and graphic designer. - Stephanie Zimmerman
A Master List of 1000 Free Courses From Top Universities: 30,000 Hours of Audio/Video Lectures - | Open Culture -
We reached a little milestone this week. Our big list of Free Online Courses now features 1,000 courses from top universities. Let’s quickly break things down for you: The list lets you download audio & video lectures from schools like Stanford, Yale, MIT, Oxford and Harvard. Generally, the courses can be accessed via YouTube, iTunes or university web sites, and you can listen to the lectures anytime, anywhere. We didn’t do a precise calculation, but there’s probably about 30,000 hours of free audio & video lectures here. Enough to keep you busy for a long, long time. - Stephanie Zimmerman
SANS: IT Information Security Awareness Training -
SANS Securing the Human is the world's leading provider of information security awareness services. We can quickly supply everything you need for a comprehensive Awareness Program; including online training, newsletters, posters, screensavers, banners, flyers and other materials. - Stephanie Zimmerman
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