Archive for December, 2019

Started up my Bullet Journal at work today - loving the Bullet Journal book @rydercarroll sent for me to test out. @leuchtturm1917 books are pretty great!Tonight we had Paul Signorelli, Jill Hurst-Wahl, Diane Huckabay (in chat), and Maurice Coleman to talk about the changes that occurred this year.  Maurice started us with an article we had referenced during on Jan. 4, 2019 episode (Top 7 Tips) and we took off from there! From Bullet Journaling to the demise of the Super Shuttle to augmented reality to forced tech upgrades, we covered a lot of ground!

You can listen to this episode on TalkShoe and wherever you get your podcasts.

In 2020, we may record an episode on January 2, if we’ve survived New Year’s.  Otherwise, we will record on January 16 at 9 p.m. ET.

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Hand with reflecting sphere (1935) - Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898 - 1972)On today’s show, we decided to discuss Extended Reality (XR) .  We were joined by two guests:

  • Emory Craig, who with Maya Georgieva, runs the New York-based Digital Bodies research and consulting company focused on XR and part of the ShapingEDU initiative (@EmoryCraig)
  • David Lee King, Digital Services Director for Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library and Paul Signorelli’s partner on the current ALA Editions “Roadmap for Staff Success with New Technology (Technology, Libraries, and Learning)” online course that concludes this week with a module on XR. (@DavidLeeKing)

What does XR encompass?  Extended reality encompasses things related to augmented reality, virtual reality, and mixed reality.  This includes a broad range of things like Internet of Things, conversational systems (like Google Assistant and smart speakers), robots, drones, AI, and machine learning.  Along the way, we talked about XR and copyright, privacy, and security.

Also on the call were Diane Huckabay, Paul Signorelli, Maurice Coleman, and Jill Hurst-Wahl.

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Next Show?

Our next show will be Dec. 19, 9 p.m. E.T.