Here are some questions to prompt you:
- Go back to your thoughts/ideas about mobile devices and apps. Has anything changed as a result of this experience?
- What were your favorite Things and discoveries?
- How did you connect with others doing the 23 Mobile Things?
- Were there any take-a-ways or unexpected outcomes from this program that surprised you?
- What could we do differently to improve upon this program’s format or content?
- If we offered another 23 Things program like this in the future would you participate
- How would you describe your learning experience in one word or in one sentence, so we could use your words to promote 23 Things learning activities to others?
I definitely learned a lot from 23 Mobile Things. There are a lot of cool tools that I found that I will use in the future and some for inspiration. I really like the Northwestern U Library app and hope to create something like that with the skills I am learning from the app development courses I am taking. I do love Socrative and plan to continue using for my IL sessions. There were also a few things I found irrelevant but I need to lose some of my Luddite ways and get into social media a bit more. Well, maybe J. To improve, I just might get rid of a few “Things” that don’t seem to be relevant to librarianship, like Audio. However, I have no idea what to replace it with. If another 23 Things program was offered I would participate as long as it’s markedly different from this one. I would like to see a 23 Things about different aspects of the profession. As a semi-solo librarian, I have to do a bit of everything in librarianship. Overall, it was a great program! I love the idea of having a coach for the program. I owe a lot to Tyler for getting me to really think about my responses to these apps. It’s always nice to know that your posts are being read and that you can count on good feedback. Thanks Tyler and thanks to MN Multitypes for a great program!