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"STEM"ulating Open Education Resources - Shared screen with speaker view
David Rachlin
15:10
STEM Librarian at NC A&T
Matthew Vincett
15:20
NC, Duplin County, Librarian as James Sprunt CC.
Lauren Przywara
15:20
Academic Library- Community College
Ron
15:28
Campbell University Reference and Print Resources Librarian
dlcarter2
15:36
Wake Tech Librarian
nhstancil
15:37
Community College, Instruction and Outreach, JCC
Robert
15:43
Library director at Nash Community College in Rocky Mount
Garrison
15:43
Instruction librarian at Central Piedmont Community College
Bill Kinyon
15:46
Library Director at Haywood Community College
AOlson
15:47
I'm a public librarian in Fayetteville. I do mostly adult reference, but we have lots of students of all ages who use our library.
Carmen Barnes-Holden
15:52
Academic Library - Catawba Valley Community College
Heather
15:54
Branch Manager @ Harper Library, Brunswick County
KEITH
15:56
Guilford Tech Greensboro Campus
jmarshall
15:59
Running STEM Minecraft for Public Library. Running distance version currently
Kelsey Chandler
16:02
University of Mount Olive, Reference Librarian
Jamillah Scott-Branch
16:03
Assistant Director of Library Services at NCCU
causborn
16:03
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Cris
16:09
Wake County Public Library
Kristine Jones
16:12
Louisburg College, Library Director
Comp-06
16:14
Technical Services -- NCCU
David Serxner
16:17
I do education programming for historic sites. Work with learners of all ages, and starting to research working with learners of all abiliities.
Marie’s iPhone
16:18
Rose Alston Durham County Library (Adult Services)
Libby
16:32
Public Services Librarian
Heather Ervin
16:36
Reference Librarian - Rowan Cabarrus Community College
calvin
16:44
Gaston College, Information Access Librarian
causborn
16:59
I'm so sorry, My keyboard is a bit busted at the moment. Community College liason for a public library
Peggy Higgins
17:13
Systems/Access Services Librarian
dorrjl
17:34
Forsyth County Public Library, Library Assistant
Garrison
18:23
Whoo Tidewater!
Elizabeth Novicki
18:48
Is there a presentation slide or something? I don't see one
David Young
20:13
Yes, much better! Thanks!
Libby
20:23
Totally fine but like to see your photos :)
Peter Fritzler
20:54
Yay for Vah Beach!
chastity
23:01
Well the show the people have chemical imbalance in their head. lol
chastity
24:33
I need that for my 11th graders math school work
Peggy Higgins
25:03
I know I ask this at every presentation, but can we have access to the slides, etc., after the conference is concluded? Thanks!
Amelia Midgett-Nicholson
25:31
Yes! It will be shared on the website. You can also access it here: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1SceqQG7CAzOatq-XNt4iSVgmcq7nVbr6R98bvl97C1U/edit#slide=id.p
Elizabeth Novicki
31:36
could we see the spreadsheet that ccreated it?
dorrjl
32:04
do you know of its by the same people who do Canva?
dorrjl
32:09
looks similar
dorrjl
37:15
haha okay just curious!
Rhonda
37:53
Can we get the pp sent to us
Amelia Midgett-Nicholson
39:42
You can access the slides here: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1SceqQG7CAzOatq-XNt4iSVgmcq7nVbr6R98bvl97C1U/edit#slide=id.p
koxendine
40:08
Canva is great! It is super easy to use.
nhstancil
40:31
Are all the templates in Canva ADA compliant?
Elizabeth Novicki
47:03
Can you make one for a libguide?
Elizabeth Novicki
47:18
symbaloo
Ron
48:00
does symbaloo work with libguides
Lauren Przywara
48:36
You can probably embed it as an iframe
Carmen Barnes-Holden
48:48
I have used it with a genealogy website that I made
Elizabeth Novicki
49:09
Carmen - can you share the website link?
chastity
49:12
Does symbaloo have the previous math sites on it?
David Serxner
51:40
If there is a fee, like the grading one, who pays it? You or your college?
Elizabeth Novicki
52:08
Aren't all these resources OER?
Miss_Glenn
53:06
When I went to a presentation about GradeCam, it was not free.
ahbowen
55:41
I like the split screen , Chrome Scissor --Thanks
dorrjl
57:59
I like https://datausa.io/
Bill Kinyon
58:50
Data.world's web site says this: "Analyze and collaborate using up-to-date data from trusted sources like Johns Hopkins, Harvard Global Health Institute, WHO, and others."
Bill Kinyon
01:02:23
Apparently, not ALL of that is free, though. Just the Community section, as far as I can tell in a quick look.
Lauren Przywara
01:03:25
https://www.mentimeter.com/
Angela
01:03:35
I love using https://padlet.com/
Audrey Stewart
01:03:59
Great job
Joshua Marsh
01:04:02
jmarsh@cccti.edu
Elizabeth Novicki
01:04:03
this has been great - very useful - thanks!
chastity
01:04:16
What would you suggest if you wanted your students to do a Gallery Walk through history through civil war?
Carmen Barnes-Holden
01:04:34
Wow! Thank You.
chastity
01:04:43
Brainy.com
AOlson
01:04:47
KeePass is an open source, encrypted personal password database which is awesome for making sure you can keep all 9,657 accounts you need for everyday life secure. https://keepass.info/
Bill Kinyon
01:04:51
Great job. Very informative...my brain is full.
M Morehouse
01:05:12
Thanks for all the great resources!
Samantha Thorne
01:06:00
this is very niche, but this is helpful if you need to teach student workers Library of Congress https://www.library.kent.edu/library-congress-tutorial-call-number-and-shelving
calvin
01:06:31
great resources. thank you
Jason Radcliffe
01:07:00
Is there a doc with these links that we could have?
dorrjl
01:07:32
Thank you so much! These are super useful!
Libby
01:07:34
Thank you!
Rhonda
01:07:34
great job
Heather Ervin
01:07:37
Thank you!
David Dusto
01:07:38
thank you! so many good sites to explore