Academic journal article Library Technology Reports

Final Thoughts

Academic journal article Library Technology Reports

Final Thoughts

Article excerpt

In this issue of Library Technology Reports, we have discussed podcasting, creating YouTube channels, flipped learning, and blogging--all valuable tools that you can consider implementing to elevate your instruction. The authors have featured a variety of ways to get started, gather ideas, and execute and use these technologies in delivering instruction and information. They have discussed challenges with the technologies, offered recommendations, examined obstacles faced, and shared success stories. Through digital media, these authors have been able to deliver a wide range of information to a vast group of people.

My final thoughts to you are these. What are you interested in sharing? We all have information to impart because we all have individual and independently lived experiences. Your peers, colleagues, and fellow professionals want to know what you know.

As you consider exploring a new technology to enhance your instruction, think about the following:

1. What you do every day in your practice. Is there something that you do well, something that you specialize in? Would you be willing to share your expertise? There are a variety of ways to do this.

2. Where you work. Are you in a rural (urban, suburban, international) library setting? The field wants to hear about experiences that are different from theirs. They are also very interested in hearing about situations like their own. …

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