Category Archives: WebWise

WebWise Workshops Announced

This blog was originally published on the WebWise 2014 blog. By Lisa Rhody For the second year in a row, WebWise participants are playing an important part in shaping this year’s conference.  At the beginning of December, we opened up an IdeaScale voting forum … Continue reading

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Crowd-sourcing Workshops for WebWise 2014

This blog was originally published on the WebWise 2014 blog. By Lisa Rhody Within hours of opening registration to IMLS grantees and the public, WebWise 2014 conferenceregistrants began submitting ideas for and voting on potential conference workshop offerings.  Once again, WebWise aims to … Continue reading

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Whose Learning Is It Anyway? (WebWise 2013)

This is an excerpt of a blog that was originally posted on the Hack Education. Visit the link for the full transcript of the talk. By Audrey Watters I gave the keynote today at WebWise 2013, and I have to say, after a … Continue reading

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WebWise Workshops and Descriptions Now Available

This blog was originally published on the WebWise 2013 blog. By Lisa Rhody This year, WebWise participants will have more pre-conference workshop choices than ever before!  There will be eleven possible pre-conference workshops offered over the course of the day on Wednesday, … Continue reading

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Tell Us About Your Project Ideas!

This blog was originally published on the WebWise 2013 blog. By Sharon Leon For WebWise participants from public, university, and state libraries, history and art museums, archives, science centers, and zoos around the country, project ideas are in ample supply. Most institutions … Continue reading

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