How old were you when you first travelled?
I went on my first big overseas trip when I was 22. After a yucky break-up with a boy I went off by myself to be a Camp Counsellor at an American Summer Camp (Atlanta, Georgia). Had the best time ever.
If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need.
|Me in the middle, on a frozen lake. Hungary in the distance.|
|A prized souvenir - the interestingly-shaped, ridiculously over-wrapped, caramel-flavoured Tokyo Banana cake|
What happens with the photographs you are uploading to these sites? Do you still own the content? Are there any issues with copyright?
|public domain image|
|Creative commons license attribution|
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|image via Wikimedia Commons|
I have recently become aware of Libguides and can see their potential as a tool to promote services and to promote information literacy skills. Can anyone provide feedback of their experience of Libguides in promoting information literacy skills?LibGuides are a product of Springshare and seem to be mainly used by academic libraries, and according to the Springshare website are used by 3600 libraries in 37 countries for the purposes of knowledge sharing and content management. We use them in our library as our main information gateway to the library and its services. You can put all kinds of content on there - text, links, images, videos, feeds, forms, widgets etc.