This podcast is a recording of a presentation shared by Wesley Fryer with librarians and staff of the Pioneer Library System of Oklahoma on February 15, 2010, in Moore. Our digital communications landscape today includes far more than email. By working in the “cloud” using collaborative environments like Google Docs and Google Reader, we flexibly access as well as share information on a variety of computing platforms. This session is a practical overview of the communications landscape of the early 21st century, as well as tips for library media specialists about ways to constructively and powerfully utilize these capabilities.

Show Notes:

  1. Presentation slides on SlideShare (available as a synchronized Slidecast)
  2. Referenced websites in this presentation on ShareTabs
  3. Communicating In The Digital Age (Google Presentation)
  4. Pioneer Library System (Oklahoma)
  5. Sarah’s book report in VoiceThread on, “The Lightning Thief” by Rick Riordan
  6. Digital Footprints ‚ Digital Dossier (YouTube)
  7. Intel “Sponsors of Tomorrow” video (YouTube)
  8. Online Stopwatch
  9. IBM Social Computing Guidelines
  10. Social Media Guidelines for Educators (Facebook group)
  11. Here Comes Everybody by Clay Shirky
  12. Technology 4 Teachers (15 week course in Spring 2010 at the University of Central Oklahoma)
  13. Power of Asynchronous sharing: SlideShare “Things I Want to Model As Your Teacher
  14. One to Many Communication
  15. Cloud Computing (WikiPedia)
  16. Google Docs in Plain English (YouTube)
  17. Collaborative Document Writing: Blogs, Wikis, Google Docs (PI4BL)
  18. Google Reader
  19. RSS in Plain English (YouTube)
  20. All recent and upcoming presentation / workshop resources by Wesley Fryer

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