Category Archives: Social Media & Web 2.0

Meet Them Where They’re At

It’s no secret that relationships are suffering during this time of COVID-19. From blossoming relationships, to long established ones, there is ample evidence that romantic relationships are feeling the strain as the pandemic wears on. It’s understandable the focus would … Continue reading

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If Busy, Then Try This

The culture of productivity is deeply embedded in American society.  From its inception, with the habits of Benjamin Franklin, to the modern-day obsession with improving productivity at all costs, we’ve been taught for generations that we should be constantly improving … Continue reading

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Digital Detox – My Time Away from Social Media

I’ve never considered myself addicted to social media. At best I saw myself as a casual browser. I posted rarely but I’d check it while I was watching TV, or during my lunch hour. I’ve always been generous with my … Continue reading

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The Use and Abuse of Social Media in the Post-Truth Era

by Paul Gatz Nearly a year ago, I wrote a post on this blog urging librarians to take information literacy outside the walls of the library and into the world of social media, where misinformation and outright falsehoods – which … Continue reading

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New App Friday – A Weekly Exploration of Apps

by Sarah Gotschall Every Friday at 4:30, I wander into my coworker’s office for what we call “New App Friday.” For reasons lost to posterity, on April 14, 2017, I set up a recurring meeting in Outlook and strolled into … Continue reading

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