Theme of the Month: Coding for Amateurs
Doug Baldwin is the Emerging Technologies Librarian at the Piscataway Public Library starting this position in April 2013. Previously he was Systems Administrator at the Cranbury Public Library as well as an Adult Services Librarian for the New York Public Library. He holds BA and MLIS degrees from Rutgers University, as well as an MA from Montclair State University. He is also a former president of the Emerging Technologies section of NJLA, NJLA Emerging Leader as well as currently serving on the NJLA Executive Board as a Member at Large. While not classically trained in technology, he has always used and been around it since the time he demolished.. umm "deconstructed" his first Speak and Spell. Currently, his interested include tinkering with electronics, coding, mobile gaming, and transmedia storytelling.
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