Thing #91: Endings and Beginnings

PastPresentFutureAfter much thought and deliberation, we have decided that the Nebraska Learns 2.0 ongoing learning program has run its course. The program has been fun and we’ve all learned a lot, but, as the cliché goes, all good things must come to an end.

It’s fitting that our last post is in May, since the very first post was in May, 2009. We have shared 67 Things with you over the past 6 years, and have greatly enjoyed reading all of your posts as you discovered and explored new tools and technologies.

This website will remain live, for anyone who would like to revisit any of the Things. Note that some of them may be outdated, or the service may no longer exist.

But, the learning won’t end! New and exciting tools, technologies, and websites will continue to appear, and as we discover them, we will share them with you on the Library Commission’s NCompass Blog. When we do, you will have the opportunity to earn CE credit by exploring these on-the-fly Things. So, keep watching our blog for more learning opportunities in the future!

Final Assignment

For your last assignment for this program, we’d like you to reflect on your participation and post a few thoughts.

  • What were your favorite discoveries or exercises? Which didn’t you find useful at all?
  • Which Things have you continued using?
  • How has this program assisted or affected your lifelong learning goals?
  • Were there any take-aways or unexpected outcomes from this program that surprised you?

Thank you so much for joining us on this journey. There is still much to discover, and we hope you will continue to….

Play, Explore, and Learn!

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3 Responses to Thing #91: Endings and Beginnings

  1. Pingback: Nebraska Learns 2.0: Endings and Beginnings - Nebraska Library Commission BlogNebraska Library Commission Blog

  2. Terri Johnson says:

    I haven’t done many of these lately but since I started with the original 23 things, I had to finish.
    http://dancingcranefarm.blogspot.com/2015/05/nebraska-learns-20-endings-and.html

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