The April, 2011 issue of Government Information Quarterly has an article entitled Conception, development and implementation of an e-Government maturity model in public agencies. The abstract of the article states: Governments worldwide are encouraging public agencies to join e-Government initiatives in order to provide better services to their citizens and businesses; hence, methods of evaluating […]
The State Library of Ohio recently purchased the new book In The Plex: How Google Thinks, Works and Shapes Our Lives. You can read and listen to the NPR review of the book here and then request the item from the State Library of Ohio.
AASL just announced the launch of its Standards for the 21st-Century Learner Lesson Plan Database, designed to be a public, online database providing school librarians a fast and user-friendly way to create and share quality lesson plans with their peers. Building on the template provided in Standards for the 21st-Century Learner In Action, the Lesson […]
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration has just released a new website on digital literacy [http://www.digitalliteracy.gov/]. The site has links to resources including educator tools, job skills, success stories and a space where practitioners can share ideas and interact though discussion forums. The Digital Literacy portal is an initiative of the Obama Administration to serve […]
As the online repository for the state’s land grant university, OSU’s Knowledge Bank (http://kb.osu.edu) hosts a growing body of content of interest to Ohio’s citizens. This content includes Ohio-focused publications (including the Ohio Journal of Science), and collections dedicated to particular communities (including Stories from the Columbus Hilltop Neighborhood and Ukrainian Immigration to Columbus, Ohio). […]