Book club book review

I love a book with an intriguing cover.
Miss Peregrines home for peculiar children by Ransom Riggs (surely that is not a real name?) was a delicious read. 

The story is told around a series of vintage black and white photos. The inclusion of these images is intriguing and although aimed at the young adult market I really enjoyed this read, and the journey it took me on.

It’s about personal identity, belonging and celebrating differences. Oh and adventure and a good dose of magical fantasy!

What I learned about ‘The Power of Digital’ #digifest16

In a #TBT moment I realised it’s been a month since I volunteered to go to Digifest 2016, so in the style of reflective practice I thought I’d revisit my notes and do a retrospective write up about the day. Digifest is a 2 day technology in teaching and learning showcase run by JISC held…

Sourced through Scoop.it from: myerscoughelearning.wordpress.com

Two Digital Literacy Sites You Need to Know | TechSoup for Libraries

Most libraries provide some sort of digital literacy training, from public computer classes to drop-in technology labs to one-on-one help. TechSoup for Libraries’ March webinar was all about free digital literacy training resources and tutorials. We invited guests from two organizations that specialize in digital literacy:

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.techsoupforlibraries.org

Celebrarian

Celebrarian

A cross between a celebrity and a Librarian… Goddammit someone has already coined the phrase!  @SKETCHlIBRARIAN

Casanova

Nancy Pearl

Ten of the coolest Librarians Alive (By Emily Temple)

list will be added to