Monthly Archives: January 2012

So You Want to Learn to Program?

Signed up to Code Year / Codeacademy? Want to learn more? Check out this blog post from The Chronicle of Higher Education for a list (with brief descriptions) of some free online resources for learning computer programming. Tweet

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Making the most of a Kindle

A number of DMU colleagues seem to have received a Kindle for Christmas.  I’ve therefore pulled together links to some Kindle tips & tricks and websites for lowcost / no cost e-books over on my Eclectic E-stuff blog. Tweet

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FOAF – Friend Of a Friend

The third presentation at this week’s #MashDMU meeting was given by @Fulup on FOAF (Friend Of a Friend).  He followed this up with a post over on his own blog: FOAF – Friend Of a Friend data and the library contacts … Continue reading

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New resources via Phil Bradley

At today’s #MashDMU meeting, I presented a selection of resources included in a presentation given by Phil Bradley at Internet Librarian International 2011. The full presentation (with links to all the resources discussed), Phil’s latest discoveries, is available on Slideshare. … Continue reading

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Codeacademy

I have blogged about initial sign up to Code Year/Codeacademy – please click here to view my post. Tweet

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Library Mashup Meeting on 4th Jan 2012

Join us for an informal #MashDMU meeting in the Kimberlin Lecture Theatre on Wednesday 4th January from 12-1pm.   A number of “regulars” will be there and topics may include developing an e-learning module, FOAF, usage statistics and/or e-books.  Or something … Continue reading

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