About

About

This blog is a group effort to share information about the all literacies (digital literacy, media literacy, information literacy, visual literacy, 21st century literacies, transliteracies and more) with special focus on all libraries.

This topic is important to all types of libraries so we have authors from public, university, college and school libraries for a broad perspective.

Please feel free to contact us individually or leave a comment below for the group.

The Authors

Bobbi Newman

Tom Ipri

Anthony Molaro

Brian Hulsey

Gretchen Caserotti

Lane Wilkinson

Guest Authors

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  4. Jodi Says:

    I found your website through Salem Press. Congrats on your first place finish for General Library Blogs!

    I was wondering if you have seen our website – ProCon.org? We cover over 30 controversial issues and are used in over 1,250 schools (and their libraries) worldwide.

    Given your interest in educational websites, I’d love to hear what you think of ours.

  5. InfoMeister Says:

    This is exactly what the “Dr.” ordered. Demonstration and model of our evolving profession (and what we do – contrary to popular myth). This truly will explain the value of our profession and how we are an integral part of the new economy(and learning paradigm) Constant discussions regarding how we can become indispensable and why we are needed are valid in academic forums. A practical approach with these samples truly bring the case home to all stakeholders (the learners, the public and the profession.) Keep up this forum and the understanding of our careers and involvement in many lives will truly make a solid case for funding and an integral part of the national recovery process.


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