Want to create more offer digital opportunities in your teaching? Start with your syllabus, look for digital opportunities, and then find the software and hardware to enable their integration into your course.
Students attend school not simply to practice the technology techniques they already know, but to learn new modes of analysis and to see how they can use those familiar tools to dig deeper and see further. To grow in that way, they need to couple their technical facility with the guidance of a wise faculty.
These days modern librarians talk about metadata more than microfiche; your computer makes metadata every moment, and uses it to find things later. Now find out how you and your students can use it to stay organized and search more efficiently.
In my travels around the country and the world, I have learned what the successful schools do technically that make them good places in which to teach and to learn. I call these the seven habits of highly successful schools.