One of my favorite things to do in January is to read predictions about the ed tech trends for the year. What’s hot and what’s not. It’s fun to do because predictions almost always reflect professional perspective. IT experts vs. educational technologists vs. teachers. You get the picture.
So, I decided to come up with my own set for libraries for the coming year. But, instead of calling them trends, I’m calling them resolutions. By resolutions, I mean resolving to learn about, explore and really think about how these technologies and practices can (or should) be utilized in libraries. I believe that taking a thoughtful approach will lead to more successful adoption.
Here are 5 resolutions I think libraries need to consider making for 2014:
Big data is being hailed as a hot trend by many this year. This is definitely a long term trend. I say that…
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