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Transliteracy Resources

Here is a list of resources that will help you to better understand Transliteracy.
Oct 01, 2013 - librariesandtransliteracy.wordpress.com - 2
Libraries and Transliteracy
What is Transliteracy? Transliteracy is the ability to read, write and interact across a range of platforms, tools and media from signing and orality through handwriting, print, TV, radio and film, to digital social networks. - www.transliteracy.com What does it have to do with libraries?
Oct 01, 2013 - crln.acrl.org - 2
Introducing transliteracy
What does it mean to academic libraries? Tom Ipri is head of media and computer services at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas, e-mail: tom.ipri{at}unlv.edu Transliteracy is recent terminology gaining currency in the library world. It is a broad term encompassing and transcending many existing concepts.
Oct 01, 2013 - seedsforinnovation.org - 2
Seeds for Innovation
Librarians are looking to other fields to consider how their profession and services can change. The term "transliteracy," adapted from the verb "to transliterate," is defined as the following in its modern uses: Transliteracy is the ability to read, write and interact across a range of platforms, tools and media from signing and orality through handwriting, print, TV, radio and film, to digital social networks.
Oct 01, 2013 - youtube.com - 2
Stuff From the Future- What is the future of libraries?

When people think of libraries, they often picture some sort of book warehouse. How can these things exist in a world inundated with digital books? Join Deblina from Stuff You Missed in History Class as she explores how libraries may evolve in the future. http://howstuffworks.com http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/stuff-from-the-future

Oct 01, 2013 - youtube.com - 2
Transliteracy & Technology Research to create a Legal Learning Commons
From the 2011 CALI Conference for Law School Computing Presenter(s): Katie Miller, Florida State University College of Law Elizabeth Farrell, Florida State University College of Law At FSU's Research Center we want to help our students become transliterate and to successfully bridge the gap between law school and law practice.
Oct 01, 2013 - youtube.com - 2
Taking your ILS on the open (source) road
From the 2011 CALI Conference for Law School Computing Presenter(s): Victoria Szymczak, Brooklyn Law School In this session, Brooklyn Law School librarians will discuss their move to an open source integrated library system. We will review the ILS systems considered in the process, address why we selected Koha by ByWater Solutions, and review the steps taken to migrate our database successfully.