Embedded in a EduTech MOOC of sorts as librarian--the instructor is very pro Google & "yay for shiny, happy tech!" So I like to post subversive links about privacy & data mining, along with the edu info. ::twirls mustache::
At the end of July, I'm cycling from Toronto to Montreal (600km, or 370 miles) to raise money for the Toronto PWA Foundation. The foundation provides support and services for people living with AIDS in the city, and this annual ride raises 40% of their funding for the year. Please support me, and the Foundation....
Last month I asked about online privacy education in libraries, for an essay I was writing. Well, it's been published as "How your local library can help you resist the surveillance state": http://wagingnonviolence.org/feature...
Folks, my wife Anne is doing a survey for her grad school class assignment. If you have ten minutes to take it and/or share on whatever social media, it would really help her out a lot (and thus make my life happier too). https://www.surveymonkey.com/s... Thank you so much.
I will not take on my students' procrastination as my own anxiety. I will not take on my students' procrastination as my own anxiety. I will not take on my students' procrastination as my own anxiety... #finals
Here is a picture of me at convocation this weekend. I really do have an MSLIS now! HUZZAH. (this is the converse of POIDH. :D) (Notes: the person next to me with the curly hair is my upstate NY job/philosophical doppelganger; the one next to her is checking a picture she took on her phone, not her email!)
I just had a total brainwave, and after chatting with my developer, he made it better. How about an custom list of "My Databases" on the library homepage that's automatically updated for each user based on the database links that they click on when they're on the library website?