Sunday, April 22, 2012


Glogster is a social network that allows its user to create interactive posters called glogs.   Glogs are neat presentations that can be a lot of fun to create.  Glogster allows users to create glogs using text, graphics, videos, and audio.  Glogs can be used as a fun and creative alternative to Power Point presentations.

Since I have been in the MLIS program at Southern Miss, I have had to create two glogs for different classes.  One of the glogs was a babysitting pathway that offered books, articles, and websites about babysitting and the other glog was a guide to reader's advisory on a variety of genres. 

Teachers and librarians could use glogs in classrooms and libraries to make assignments and lessons more interesting.  Glogster is free and takes very little time to do.
A screen shot of my glog about reader's advisory

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