Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Are you a media-savvy librarian?
Do you want to explore the potential of mobile tools for delivering library services?
This course is for you!
This year, we have the first 23 Mobile Things course for the Philippines and Singapore which will commence in January and will run until June 2014.
Come and join in this learning journey! Register [Register here]
The 23 Mobile Things course is a self-paced, self-exploratory online course that brings together media-savvy professionals to share about different mobile tools and applications under a defined set of 23 Mobile Topics.
Lessons and activities are designed to give an opportunity for participants to interact with one another and to understand mobile tools and applications to help them in their practice of the profession.
I will be mentoring the Thing-18 (Productivity Tools)
Completion of all 23 Things activities entitles the participant to be included in the 23 Mobile Things Wall of Fame.
Should you have any questions, please email Karryl Kim Sagun (Philippines) or Joan Wee (Singapore) or email@example.com.
This is a FREE ONLINE COURSE. so what are you waiting for? JOIN and REGISTER NOW!
For more information, check out 23 Mobile Things social media links:
Official website: http://ntuprojects.com/23mobilethings/
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1392520944330410/
Thursday, January 16, 2014
The Philippine Association of School Librarians, Inc. (PASLI) in cooperation with Bicol College, will conduct its 36th General Assembly and National Conference entitled “Envisioning the 21st Century School Library” on April 23-25, 2014 at the Regional Education Learning Center (RELC), Rawis, Legazpi City, Albay.
The seminar-workshop aims to help administrators, professional librarians and non-professionals working in both public and private school libraries to:
1. prepare the foundations for the establishment of a 21st century school library;
2. upgrade their knowledge and skills in performing library-related tasks and services consonant to the information needs of the K-12 curriculum;
3. update themselves on the latest trends and goals for competitive and cooperative librarianship as envisioned in the ASEAN 2015;
4. observe and promote love of the Philippine culture and history.
Registration fees of Php 3,900 for live-in participants and Php 3,700 for live-out participants will cover expenses for board and lodging, handouts, certificate and other administrative expenses. Reservation is required to ensure a slot.
For reservation and more information, please visit the PASLI website: http://paslinews.wordpress.com