Technology

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Barstow Community College Library, Jan. 2018. 

TECHNOLOGY SKILLS

Operating Systems: Windows Desktops to 10, Mac OS 10.10 Yosemite, + Legacy Systems
Office Suite: PC – Microsoft Office, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, & OneDrive
iWork: MAC – Pages, Keynote, & Numbers
Mobile Computing Understanding of any Apple or Android device
Webpage Construction Hardcoding HTML & CSS
Graphic Design and Layout Adobe Photoshop, Pixlr.cm
Cloud Storage Dropbox
Blogging Platforms WordPress, Blogspot
Integrated Library Systems OCLC Worldshare, SirsiDynix Workflows, Polaris, Voyager
Learning Management Systems Canvas, Blackboard, Moodle, Desire2Learn, Angel
Financial Management Banner,  Financial 2000
Social Network Web 2.0 Familiarity with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Linkedin + more

Instructional Technologies of  2018
Having previously taken the course @ONE Introduction to Teaching with Canvas, I continue to HTML edit the library presence for Barstow Community College.

I am also working with the online program Canva.com to create promotional fliers for academic services.

2016
Finished an Introduction to XML course through Library Juice Academy,
Finished the course with a certificate in Basic XML.
Worked with the Sandbox version of Archives Toolkit
Worked with the Trial version of Libguides.

2017
Mar 2017 I took a Copyright course for Educators & Librarians- COURSERA. 

2018
Information standards such as MARC, OpenURL, RDFSUSHI and KBART.

HARD CODING HTML

I had created a number of LucasArts fan sites 20+ years ago. My first was in 1997. The earliest one I can in the Internet Archive was John’s Monkey Island. My third website which was more complete was the LucasZone.

Johns Money Island  – built Jun 1998 – first date listed on Internet Archive – (April 28, 1999) http://web.archive.org/web/19991006221213/http://www.pe.net:80/~hancock/monkeyisland.htm

LucasZone
 https://web.archive.org/web/19991006203350/http://www.pe.net:80/~hancock/lucaszone.htm

The Macombers.org was a family website we had for a while through a MAC account. this was all hardcoded.
TheMacombers.org

 


METADATA

I have started work with OpenRefine.org, also known as Google Refine. Working with Messy data.

Stanford list of tools I have yet to work with:
https://library.stanford.edu/research/data-management-services/data-best-practices/creating-metadata/metadata-tools

 

XML

(Thanks to Dr. Robert Chavez for this list)
Good for doing well-formedness checks.  Some of these will also work for URL based DTD and Schema Validation

XPath tools

Good for testing and experimenting with Paths

XML Formatters
Simple tools for formating (pretty printing) your XML documents.

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