A short list of tweets posted over the last week that librarians and the teens that they serve may find interesting:

  • So much I want to quote from this interview! Henry Jenkins interviews James Paul Gee: http://ow.ly/4iYdj (via @henryjenkins) – @TnCntrl
  • We should all have this poster in our libraries and tech labs. re: image use http://bit.ly/eItniW – @Ms_Bock
  • Teens like vinyl records!? http://slate.me/ijAzCC #Whodathunkit! #BogusTrends – @slate
  • The Full Wiki Makes Wikipedia a Deeper, More Citable Research Tool http://lifehac.kr/ewQVvd – @lifehacker
  • High-school seniors predict the future. We asked 18 students about their 10-year plans. Hear the answers. http://nyti.ms/e9AShT – @nytimesmagazine
  • E-books enthrall young readers, so libraries try to keep pace http://ow.ly/4jf0T – @shannonmiller
  • 5 Ways Twitter Has Changed Education | @MindShiftKQED: http://t.co/SSFbrkS – TimOlsonSF
  • As E-book Sales Explode, Consumption Patterns Change http://dlvr.it/LCmZz – @gigaom
  • cool blog post on creating a story w/ foursquare: http://bit.ly/ffsR97. check it out. – @amybfiske
  • long article on how the game Oregon Trail was created http://bit.ly/gvgYhm (via @jkottke ) – @mikearauz
  • Learning with Technology vs. Teaching with Technology – great post! http://schoolcio.com/ShowArticle/37446 – @nancyw
  • The Facebook Essay: An English professor creates a new form of writing using Facebook’s “Notes” feature. http://bo.st/gnQcZ0 – @dmlcentral
  • Nice, thoughtful post about the “invisible line in the sand” for sex and violence in YA fiction http://on.wsj.com/guXqcb – @Ms_Bock

Do you have a favorite Tweet from the last week? If so add it in the comments for this post. Or, if you read a Twitter post between March 25 and March 31 that you think is great, send me a direct message on Twitter (@lbraun2000) and it will go into the pool for consideration for next week’s Tweets of the week YALSA blog entry.

About Linda W Braun

Linda W Braun is a YALSA Past President, the YALSA CE Consultant, and a learning consultant/project management coordinator at LEO: Librarians & Educators Online.

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