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Tag Archives: Instructional Technology
Here is a fascinating look at the evolution of classroom technology, published in the 9/19/10 issue of New York Times Magazine (Courtesy of ResourceShelf). Here are a couple of sources from the library’s collection on educational technology. Search the GIL … Continue reading
EndNote is a software program that helps you store, organize and format citations. GSU users can download a free copy here. Georgia State University Library’s Joel Glogowski will be presenting a workshop on November 18, 2009, introducing users to EndNote. … Continue reading
The 2009 ECAR Study of Undergraduates and Information Technology is now available. This year the special section is on ownership and use of internet-capable mobile devices. The study found that 33% of students own the devices, and use them for … Continue reading
Western Illinois University Libraries is offering its new “Text Me” service, through which students can text reference call numbers to their mobile phones. Would you like to see this here?
The LibX library toolbar is a plugin for Internet Explorer or Firefox that puts library resources in your browser no matter what site you’re looking at. LibX adds a library search bar to your browser, adds library tools to your … Continue reading
Jason Griffey writes: “Take a look at the Fall 2008 UTC Library video that we’ll be pushing out to students and new faculty this fall. Created by a grad student, now adjunct professor, at UTC, Justin Lewis, with direction from … Continue reading