This is Part 3 of The Orphan in My Family Tree. It is the true tale of my ongoing […]
What that means to those of us looking for blog pictures is that we can more easily find content from creators who are happy to share their work with others. The beauty of these licenses for the content creators is that they can share their work and retain a degree of control over who uses it, whether they receive credit for it, and whether others can make money off of it.
The Art & Inquiry MOOC I was taking through Coursera from MoMA wrapped up this week. I’ll receive […]
I have written about Storybird before, and tonight I was able to share some of my Storybird learning […]
In my last post, Intellectual Freedom & Internet Filtering, I shared a few ideas about how school librarians can […]
“We do everything we can to get tech into the hands of our kids, and then we do […]