September 5, 2015

Hack Your Notebook: Circuitry mixes with paper in a creative project for 21st century learners

Hack Your Notebook: Circuitry mixes with paper in a creative project for 21st century learners

What if we could reappropriate traditional paper pads to teach technology and foster creativity? It might look something like “Hack Your Notebook,” a project that adds illumination—literally—to what you write or draw with a craft called paper circuitry.

Charleston Conference 2011: Big Ideas, Big Challenges

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This year at the Charleston Conference—the annual meeting of academic acquisitions librarians and library vendors held in Charleston, SC, from November 2 to 5—many of the plenary presentations shared a common theme: as libraries face new challenges, new ideas are needed. And as the main speakers and presenters touched on a wide range of issues, it became clear that there was no shortage of new ideas, and opinions, in the library world.