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Doug Johnson May 15, 2009

Filed under: Information literacy,Teacher Librarianship,Technology — penszen @ 10:49 am

Where oh where did I stumble upon Doug Johnson? Somewhere in the readings, OzTL_NET perhaps? or a link from another page.

Anyhow, he is the Director of Media and Technology in the Mankato Schools (Minnesota) and a consultant, writer and speaker about school libraries and technology. He is pretty funny, as well as wise, and collects library-related witticisms you will want on your T-shirts.

Here is his Internet Serenity Prayer:
Technologist, grant me…
the Serenity to accept that not everything can be found on the Internet…
the Courage to go to the Library…
and the Wisdom to evaluate the information I do find.

On a more serious note, his rubrics for assessing technology skills for teachers are a great way to find out where you need to improve.

Lots more to explore. Bye.

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2 Responses to “Doug Johnson”

  1. Doug Johnson Says:

    Thanks for the kind words. Your readers should know all my work is in the Creative Commons and they are free to use it so long as the source is cited.

    Good luck with you blog,

    Doug

  2. walkerpod Says:

    That is a long list of T-shirt slogans! Pen, I really like the blog – as a T/L, it is full of useful tidbits for planning and programing.


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