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New Ebook Series: Best Podcasts

Podcasts are exploding in popularity these days. There are so many that it can be hard to find the best ones! And there are more podcasts by and for diverse audiences. To help you find the best podcasts, I’m creating a series of short ebooks: Best Podcasts:...

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Podcasts for diverse audiences

Are there many podcasts by and for people other than white male techno-geeks? That’s something I looked into when writing the report, “Podcast literacy: recommending the best educational, diverse, and accessible podcasts for library users” (coming in...

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Win a free book in my Goodreads giveaways

Goodreads Book Giveaway Apps for Librarians by Nicole Hennig Giveaway ends May 23, 2016. See the giveaway details at Goodreads. Enter Giveaway Goodreads Book Giveaway Selecting and Evaluating the Best Mobile Apps for Library Services by Nicole Hennig Giveaway ends May...

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Mobile Learning Trends

Recently I wrote a technical report for ALA called Mobile Learning Trends: Accessibility, Ecosystems, Content Creation. Published in April of 2016, it focuses on three trends: Natural user interfaces and accessibility Multi-device ecosystems Content creation with...

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Advancing accessibility with mobile

Photo by Marcus Kwan (aperturismo on Flickr). Natural user interfaces are making computing easier for all ages and abilities The widespread adoption of mobile computing is a good thing for librarians who care about access for all. That’s because mobile devices make...

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Four apps that will make your life easier

There are four apps that I use every day, and I can’t imagine staying organized with out them! They are: Dropbox – storing and synchronizing my files 1Password – securely managing my passwords Wunderlist – to do lists Evernote – text,...

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