I'm teaching two online continuing education classes for Simmons College's Graduate School of Library and Information Science.
Coming up in November, I'm co-teaching "They're Googling You: Online Identity for LIS Professionals" with my friend Beth Gallaway. We'll talk about social networking tools, privacy, self-promotion and blogging tools to help get your name out and represent yourself online in the best possible way, and over the course of the month-long class you'll set up your own personal website.
In March 2011, I'm teaching (solo) "Zotero: Using and Supporting the Research Power Tool," which will include the basics of how to use Zotero, its sync and group features, and supporting and teaching Zotero in a library environment. The final project will be creating a practical application for Zotero in your library. Course readings will include pre-publication chapters of my upcoming Zotero book for ACRL Publications.
Register for either one on the Simmons site. I'll mention them again as the dates get closer.