Reflective Practice

While I sit and reflect on my future beyond the hyperlinked library a few things stand out to me at the end of our journey together. Infinite learning I think it is extremely important that we continue to learn. We explored this idea in module 12, infinite learning. We must … Read more

The mobile blogger: a mobile technology reflection blog

Disclaimer: I have done everything for this module (the readings, research, blog post writing and supplemental video) through my mobile phone, inspired by Jan in the mobile technology module. While mobile technology provides easy, on-the-fly access to information and our networked world, I feel that it is not completely up … Read more

The Transformation to Transparency

As information professionals in a web 2.0 landscape, it is important for us to understand the possibilities that this new networked society has for communication and participation. Transparency offers the chance for us to start a truthful dialogue with our users and bring them into the conversation. As Chris Anderson … Read more

Context Book Assignment- Reality is broken: Why games make us better and how they can change the world by Jane McGonigal

Socially Isolated Addicted young people Few real-life social ties These are just a few of the phrases used to describe the traditional “lonely gamer” in the article The “lonely gamer” revisited by Diane Schiano, Bonnie Nardi, Thomas Debeauvais, Nicolas Ducheneaut, and Nicholas Yee. This has been the stereotype of the … Read more