(an unofficial meme, via Buffy) My Top Five?
- The wonder that is LibGuides – and how to make good ones for class projects. Creating lists in Delicious isn’t enough: you have to market those resources to your students/teachers for them to have value.
- That these aren’t 21st century skills, they’re 21st century tools. How can I create a more participatory library using those tools?
- What sites, blogs, twitter feeds, etc. add to my learning, and which just contribute to the “data smog“. GoogleWave just isn’t floating my boat right now; neither is GoogleDocs. The lack of a need to collaborate at that level, and the lack of good formatting on documents makes it difficult for me to see what best practices could be. I do reserve the right to change my mind in 2010.
- Continuing to revisit our cataloging – adding subject headings, moving items into areas that make more sense for our students, etc. – is a definite Good Thing.
- Gratitude to all those willing to teach me and grow with me in this thing we call librarianship: Wendy, Buffy, Diane, Francey, Linda, Elizabeth, Courtney, Ernie, Ellysa, mk
ETA: What’s Good and What’s Not Good – incredible post.