“The Annoyed Librarian is possibly the most successful, respected, and desirable librarian of her generation.She has no other interest than to bring her wit and wisdom to the huddled librarian masses yearning to breathe free.The Annoyed Librarian is a free spirit and you are lucky to have her.”
I enjoy reading her opinion of so many different library topics. Her blog is partnered with The Library Journal.
I hope to discover and add more blogs to this section.
From your hobby to your career, your class notes to your final exam, your mood board to your runway show, padlets help you organize your life.
A classmate and group mate has suggested this tool and created a Padlet for our group project Resources.
I need to spend some time working with this application because I really liked the one for our project.
https://www.symbaloo.com/Access your bookmarks and online favorites with Symbaloo. A free social bookmarking service in the cloud. Pro versions available for business & education.
This is another tool recommendation by a fellow classmate/group mate along with this Tutorial. Another tool I would like to have more time to explore.
So I must add while recreating my blog since “we shall no longer give credit to the site that failed” I have noticed I have gotten a few likes on my post(s) one is from:
Thank you Damyanti. I am thrilled to have caught your attention for even a moment or even by mistake. I will check out your site.
I will also add that while working with WordPress and uploading images that TWO times I have gotten security warnings and as a grad student nothing is more scary than to think of losing all of my work as I near graduation.
Thank you to back up applications to relieve a bit of my stress on this topic: Dropbox and Google Drive.
My good friend is the Bookcliff Middle School Teacher Librarian in Colorado. We share books, TV programs and she is my go to for my course questions as well as figuring out my technology issues.
She works with the students on their yearbook(s) and also her library was a recipient of the The Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Libraries 2011 Grant.
She was also my surprise visit for my birthday. We attended and loved seeing our favorite Country music star- Luke Bryan
I also talked to her while she was visiting about my options to get my teaching credentials for becoming a TL. I want to be just like her when I grow up.
This handy application was suggested by Professor Buchanan and I am still getting the hang of it. I like that that it slims down the emails however I just seem to know what subscriptions are there and think I don’t need to look at the daily email. So it is somewhat counter productive and I keep thinking why hasn’t a certain email been added so I can manage it in subscriptions.
I just need to spend more time with it and yeah once I can figure out how to add more time to the day I will be able to work with this great app.
Now my go to for all things for blogs. I like the somewhat user friendly format and get frustrated with the publishing and updating features. Yet for the most part it is great to just sit and type and add the information I need.
Another peeve of this site is the Categories & Tags. I read the “Help/Instructions” for this section and it still didn’t mesh with how to make it do what I want. I think a small part of my frustration is having taken some coding courses and knowing there are ways to do what I want and not being able to do it.
I USED to like this site. However I will give credit to Wix for failing me and redirecting me to use WordPress for my blogging needs. I will completely admit it is much easier to blog on WordPress and add content than on Wix.