This weekend I spent 24 hours creating a story with some colleagues and friends for Vermont’s first Storyhack. What’s a Storyhack you ask? The local weekly Newspaper 7 Days describes it like this: “The “hack” in the group’s name is… Continue Reading
I recently got an article published in NITLE’s Academic Commons. It’s about games and libraries and how they can be used both for research and in the classroom. The article is titled Taking Games in Libraries Seriously.
My friend Sarah Cohen and I were just published in the latest issue of Communications in Information Literacy. Our article is titled “Turn Your Cell Phones On: Mobile Phone Polling as a Tool For Teaching Information Literacy.” From the abstract:… Continue Reading