There was a point in my lifetime when researching any topic was limited by my proximity to the resources. Driving to one library or another library to locate a specific title, a novel, primary sources, a newspaper article, or a professional journal’s latest findings. Through technological advances a new researching technique emerged in which information… Continue reading Blog Reading – Woot, Woot!
School Library Journal’s vast array of resources and interesting articles captured my attention such that I have found myself wandering back to explore other areas. Working my way across the centered menu, I found applicable topics under each category. This resource promises to offer me a wealth of information as I begin constructing ideas to… Continue reading Digging into School Library Journal
Sitting at the District 47 TransLit Conference, Jennie Magiera challenged her limited students to a seven-day technology challenge. I happen to be one of those attentive students who embraces a challenge and sets off to accomplish goals immediately, and on that day, I was Jenny’s student. With just a few uninterrupted moments before the chaos… Continue reading Blogging Beginnings
Wow, today marks more than the halfway point.The more than halfway mark to through the week, to the next week, or to completion of the last week. Just a blink ago, I sat mulling the words I wanted to share describing the eager anticipation as a new adventure begins. My mind swirling with excitement, I… Continue reading Reviewing That Not-So-Average Monday
I am an avid, but moderate cyclist. Perhaps, I should reconsider this title. During the summer, my bicycle logs nearly fifteen miles daily. To some that may seem too little to call myself a “moderate cyclist”, but it’s not the miles, the distance, or the speed. The adrenalin and rush of enzymes drives an inner… Continue reading Finding Little Inspirations Towards Perpetual Motion