Friday, July 6, 2007

Thing 23 Mainly Thank you!

Here is a screen shoot from Walk 2 Web which visually summarizes my learning experience. Many things I learned here can be linked together to strengthen my collaborations with faculty and the library program. A simple example : the images I learned to generate added to my future wikis make them appealing.
Thank you CSLA. This was a fun learning experience and an inspiration for me in sharing these tools with my coworkers.

6 comments:

libladylib said...

Thanks for commenting on my blog, Our Library Moves Forward. I sure didn't think I would like del.icio.us either. I put off working on this class for 2 weeks rather than tackle delicious. Funny, now I really like it. I even organized all my granddaughter's sites like Starfall and Mrs. McGowan's First Grade. She loves just finding her name and there are her sites. Great that even a 5 yr old can use it!

School Library Learning 2.0 Team said...

Congratulations! You are now an official member of the CSLA 2.0 Team! Your blog has moved to the "Congratulations - 2.0 Team" list. :)

Cheer on your colleagues and encourage others to join the Summer 2.0 discovery learning experience. Thank you!

Word said...

Congratulations on finishing. I feel like there's so much more to do! I haven't used any of these tools in my library (I had just learned about wiki's) and can't wait to begin in September. I've briefly read your blog and am finding many useful tips. Thank you for commenting on mine, I value the exchange.

Misc_wms said...

congratulations on completing the 23 things! When you are back at school and have developed a new collaborative lesson- please share it on the wiki! That's how we can all learn from each other!
I enjoyed reading your blog.

Mother Superior said...

Thanks for your help with my blog...I hope to do more on it this weekend. You are the greatest! Marcy

Mother Superior said...

Thanks for all your help with my blog and your helpful comments. I hope to work on it this weekend...have a great one yourself. Love, Mother Superior