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Thanks to MotiFake for the image! We have all sorts of scary books for you here at the library!
The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains by Nicholas Carr –“Intensive multitakers are ‘suckers for irrelevancy,’ commented Clifford Nass, the Stanford professor who led the research. ‘Everything distracts them.’” The Shallows, p. 142 People have long felt … Continue reading
That Used to Be Us—Links on looking to the future Last thoughts on how the book connects to educators Places to find more information I want to create three posts on where to look while we think about how we … Continue reading