I’m presenting twice this afternoon for librarians and staff in the Pioneer Library System of Oklahoma, on the topic, “Communication in the Digital Age.” Rather than prepare a PowerPoint or Keynote slide presentation today, I’ve chosen to share resources utilizing the free website ShareTabs. By using ShareTabs, I’m able to provide attendees with a single link (www.sharetabs.com/sn9) which contains all the websites and web videos we’re utilizing in today’s presentation. ShareTabs is great, and a tool I included on January 18, 2010, when I presented a session titled, “Quick Victories for 1:1 Classrooms” in Red Rock, Oklahoma.

ShareTabs for Communicating in the Digital Age by Wesley Fryer

These resources (and links to my other presentations / workshops) are available on wiki.wesfryer.com, a website I maintain via Google Sites.

I saw Carolyn Thompson adeptly utilize ShareTabs in her November 30, 2009, presentation “Models of Contemporary Learning” at our Oklahoma 1:1 Pre-bidder’s conference.

It’s always GREAT to have a chance to share and learn with librarians! 🙂

ADDITIONS AFTER THE SESSION:

I also shared the following websites during the presentation, which are not included in the ShareTabs link:

Sarah’s VoiceThread Book Report about The Lightning Thief

Common Sense Media

FireFox

Google Chrome

Ubuntu

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