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Ten things you need to know about online classes, with a little help from the Beatles

(by GraceAnne A. DeCandido, for my graduate classes at Rutgers 8/2009) 1.The Long and Winding Road: Taking a class online is more work than an in-person class. You have to read more and faster, interact with your classmates more, log … Continue reading

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Words Are All We Have: A Very Brief Disquisition on Librarians, Technology, Access, Feminism, and The Truths of Things

American Theological Library Association Plenary Speaker presentation, June 23, 2001 Words Are All We Have: A Very Brief Disquisition on Librarians, Technology, Access, Feminism, and The Truths of Things Some wise person has said — I may have said it … Continue reading

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My last keynote address, from 2008

“Technology is the campfire around which we tell our stories.” – Laurie Anderson SEPLA keynote Upper Merion Township Library  King of Prussia PA October 17, 2008  We are the people who tell stories. Humans are the storytelling animal. We come … Continue reading

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