STEM Librarian at NC A&T
NC, Duplin County, Librarian as James Sprunt CC.
Academic Library- Community College
Campbell University Reference and Print Resources Librarian
Wake Tech Librarian
Community College, Instruction and Outreach, JCC
Library director at Nash Community College in Rocky Mount
Instruction librarian at Central Piedmont Community College
Library Director at Haywood Community College
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.
Academic Library - Catawba Valley Community College
Branch Manager @ Harper Library, Brunswick County
Guilford Tech Greensboro Campus
Running STEM Minecraft for Public Library. Running distance version currently
University of Mount Olive, Reference Librarian
Assistant Director of Library Services at NCCU
Wake County Public Library
Louisburg College, Library Director
Technical Services -- NCCU
I do education programming for historic sites. Work with learners of all ages, and starting to research working with learners of all abiliities.
Rose Alston Durham County Library (Adult Services)
Public Services Librarian
Reference Librarian - Rowan Cabarrus Community College
Gaston College, Information Access Librarian
I'm so sorry, My keyboard is a bit busted at the moment. Community College liason for a public library
Systems/Access Services Librarian
Forsyth County Public Library, Library Assistant
Is there a presentation slide or something? I don't see one
Yes, much better! Thanks!
Totally fine but like to see your photos :)
Yay for Vah Beach!
Well the show the people have chemical imbalance in their head. lol
I need that for my 11th graders math school work
I know I ask this at every presentation, but can we have access to the slides, etc., after the conference is concluded? Thanks!
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
could we see the spreadsheet that ccreated it?
do you know of its by the same people who do Canva?
haha okay just curious!
Can we get the pp sent to us
You can access the slides here: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1SceqQG7CAzOatq-XNt4iSVgmcq7nVbr6R98bvl97C1U/edit#slide=id.p
Canva is great! It is super easy to use.
Are all the templates in Canva ADA compliant?
Can you make one for a libguide?
does symbaloo work with libguides
You can probably embed it as an iframe
I have used it with a genealogy website that I made
Carmen - can you share the website link?
Does symbaloo have the previous math sites on it?
If there is a fee, like the grading one, who pays it? You or your college?
Aren't all these resources OER?
When I went to a presentation about GradeCam, it was not free.
I like the split screen , Chrome Scissor --Thanks
I like https://datausa.io/
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."
Apparently, not ALL of that is free, though. Just the Community section, as far as I can tell in a quick look.
I love using https://padlet.com/
this has been great - very useful - thanks!
What would you suggest if you wanted your students to do a Gallery Walk through history through civil war?
Wow! Thank You.
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/
Great job. Very informative...my brain is full.
Thanks for all the great resources!
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
great resources. thank you
Is there a doc with these links that we could have?
Thank you so much! These are super useful!
thank you! so many good sites to explore