Chris Hays
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Chris Hays commented on Kathy Hayward's group Favorite Information Literacy Lesson
"Here is my favorite lesson. Attached is a document they use in the Warsaw for a similar lesson. Why Did You Choose That Web Site-revised.doc Information Lesson.docx"
Jul 6, 2010
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Jul 6, 2010
Chris Hays commented on guybrarian (Phil Goerner)'s group 5110 Technology Summer 2010
"Off topic...yes I am. Watched Neil Gaiman's Carnegie Medal Acceptance speech. (Medal is equivalent of US Newberry) After the 8:00 minute mark might interest all librarians...Included are the words; austerity, future, libraries, authorities,…"
Jun 28, 2010
Chris Hays replied to guybrarian (Phil Goerner)'s discussion Post your DIIGO or DELICIOUS name here!
"Sorry...the photo not the manga is my school account."
Jun 24, 2010
Chris Hays replied to guybrarian (Phil Goerner)'s discussion Post your DIIGO or DELICIOUS name here!
"I probably am both. I opened an account at school as an administrator. Then opened my home one as a user because the administrator has different privileges as the owner of a group. It was hard to lead the other teachers when I did not see the same…"
Jun 24, 2010
Chris Hays replied to Suzanne Cucchetti's discussion LiveBinder - an amazing Pathfinder and Tool in the group 5110 Technology Summer 2010
"Great tool. I like the ease of jumping from page to page. It is easier than wikis."
Jun 23, 2010
Suzanne Cucchetti commented on Chris Hays's blog post 5110 new post
"I think you're right to a certain extent. I've never seen much non-academic activity on Nings, but 1) most of my students don't know it exists - they're already too immersed in the world of MySpace and FaceBook. I didn't…"
Jun 22, 2010
Chris Hays commented on guybrarian (Phil Goerner)'s group 5110 Technology Summer 2010
"If you have bookmarks, you just need to go to your 'my library' page. Under the link Title the URL is listed... to the right of your of the URL there is the word share. When you click share you can type in their user name. It will send…"
Jun 21, 2010

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About Me:
I am teacher overseas. I love to travel, be outdoors, and play sports.
Sports and Reading
Current position and employment location
I am a first grade teacher and AISZ.(American International School of Zagreb)
Favorite Book:
There are too many, but GRRM might top the list.

Chris Hays's Blog

5110 new post

So it has been a while since I blogged here. Wonder Why? I don't.

I figure not many will read this so it is a good place to drop a question.

Ning was great resource for anyone to start their own group website etc until the dastardly word of pay came about this spring. Educators took note and wrote to the owners pleading for free networks and they got it. The problem is that youth will no longer use it on a personal level....reverting back to FB will be the way to go. So will Ning… Continue

Posted on June 13, 2010 at 3:53pm — 2 Comments

One possible grant option

Found IBM Reading Companion

This grant will provide our many ESL Students with books to read on-line. The program offers voice… Continue

Posted on December 5, 2009 at 6:25am

Restrictions on Books in an International Setting

This is an interesting entry to write. What makes a book questionable and to what party of people? Generally a book becomes questionable when it does not fit into a belief system of another and the other person feels that this might have a negative effect on those close to or around them. I know this a really loose and simplified version of our First Amendment Rights. However, for me to explain an international library I have to break things down into small easy pieces. The American… Continue

Posted on February 13, 2009 at 11:46am

Five blogs I checked out. (No pun intended)

Library Blogs

Planet Esme

I found this blog when Esme first began writing it. I enjoy the book reviews and she keeps to her philosophy. The reviews come in sporadic intervals depending on the business in her life, so I stop in once every second week to find out about new literature which might be presented in my class. (This might not count as a librarian’s blog.)

Jean Little… Continue

Posted on February 4, 2009 at 3:02pm

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Looking forward to having you in Foundations!
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