MLA Resources and YouTube 7 Tips for Teachers (and Students)

This year I am back to my old ways in that I have always been a Librarian and Tech.  Philosophically it makes so much sense to combine the technology needs of students with the every changing world of libraries.  Searching, researching and embedding technology simultaneously is the way of the future for libraries.  To this end I am going to start doubling my efforts.  From now on you will receive both a library resource AND a tech resource.

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I am rebuilding the Library Website – it is coming along.  However a critical element that was requested was a stronger resources for MLA citations.  Take a look at the NEW MLA Vocab and Resources Page.  It has all of the MLA vocabulary defined, it has technical resources to help you in citations, it has some great examples.  Take a look at the MLA Vocab and Resources Page and give me feedback.
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I don’t usually do this, but I am a big believer in the idea of sharing good stuff.  The folks at Educational Technology and Mobile Learning did a great job of putting together a user’s guide to all of the BEST Tips for using Youtube.  Everyone will benefit from this.  It talks about channels, Youtube Editor, Playlists, Captions, Searching and Much More.  So this week I am just sending out Good Stuff from others.  Checkout the Educational Technology and Mobile 7 Important Youtube Tips for Teachers (and I would add or students!)

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