Category Archives: INLS 461 – Information Tools
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Etsy is great–just search “librarian” and TRY not to buy anything. I dare you. Even if you can resist, you’ll be able to tag items as favorites and save them to buy later! It’s web 2.0. It is personalized.
Today in class we covered the four principles of “assistive technology”, set forth by WCAG 2.0 (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines). This post will focus particularly on the first principle–whether or not information and user interface components are presentable to users … Continue reading
These charts were created using Microsoft Excel, based off of US census data. Recently I observed a poster detailing a study of Visualizing Multi-Agent Collaboration for Classification of Information. The data presented showed that over time, collaboration among agents actually … Continue reading
Although the “democratization of media” on a corporate level sounds ideal, the actuality seems like it might just as often be novel at first and then overwhelming at best. Maybe I’m more cynical than a young library student should be, … Continue reading
(by Abigail and Aaron)
This PowerPoint presentation was created and presented using the Ignite format and guidelines, with further guidance from Presentation Zen.
This pathfinder (on the Do It Yourself Decorating movement) demonstrates my brand new knowledge of HTML and Cascading Style Sheets. DIY Decorating Pathfinder