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To maximize learning value from 1-to-1 programs in schools, computing devices need to be personal, portable and multifunctional. The increased access provided by 1-to-1 devices creates great opportunities for school-librarians to support their school technology directions and to implement 21st century information literacy and reading promotion programs. The key factor in the success of 1-to-1 programs is teacher implementation of appropriate pedagogies. Teacher-librarians have the chance to provide leadership in pedagogies that most effectively utilize these devices to improve learning outcomes.

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  1. 1. http://readingpower.wordpress.com/
  2. 2. Conference CD - One to one mobile computing devices by Anne Weaver SLAQ-IASL Conference 2010, 30 September
  3. 3. Contents 1.Razzle Dazzle-me 2.Lifting the lid-me 3.Questions-YOU, Living Books3.Questions-YOU, Living Books 4.Participatory Projects-me- probably run out of time, but I am available for guest appearances, especially at exotic locations to discuss these
  4. 4. Revolutionising music and communication http://nexus404.com/Blog/2008/08/28/iluv-imm173-dual-iphone-ipod-alarm-clock-docking- station/
  5. 5. Texting – Ccommunication highlights •WOMBAT Waste of money, brains and time •WDALYIC Who died and left you in charge •ROFLCOPTER Rolling on floor laughing and spinning aroundspinning around •831 I love you (8 letters, 3 words, 1 meaning)
  6. 6. Revolutionising Learning
  7. 7. Great Revelations – NOT!!! 1. There are imperatives for continual learning 2. Learning is a process, not a series of events 3. Most learning occurs outside classrooms 4. The vast majority of learning is social 5. A lot of formal learning is ineffective 6. People learn better when they are in charge6. People learn better when they are in charge 7. Informal and social learning are cost-effective 8. There’s inherent inertia in formal approaches New pedagogies need to be learner (student and teacher) centred – TLs need to resource the curriculum- WHAT and HOW? http://www.slideshare.net/charlesjennings/8-reasons-to-focus-on-informal-social-learning
  8. 8. Your library will not be quieter or less busy if students have their own computer http://www.flickr.com/photos/sully_aka__wstera2/1408154388/
  9. 9. Library Helpers
  10. 10. Library Helpers
  11. 11. 1. Razzle Dazzle 1.Angelos and the SCDC crew http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nXAlQG6rB94 This is from a much longer talk by Chris Anderson which I will not playThis is from a much longer talk by Chris Anderson which I will not play today http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6Zo53M0lcY&feature=player_ embedded But watch this 2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7sjyN8yjFM
  12. 12. 2. Lifting the lid
  13. 13. Amazon Kindle for PC
  14. 14. Eeerotate for PC – turn netbook into ereader http://lifehacker.com/5249179/eeerotahttp://lifehacker.com/5249179/eeerota te-orients-your-laptop-screen-for-easy- reading
  15. 15. 3. Using video as a teaching tool http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtB6_D_toVQ&fehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtB6_D_toVQ&fe ature=player_embedded
  16. 16. Creating online learning resources Captivate (not free) tutorials-Captivate (not free) tutorials- also (free) jing or wink Doing library lessons differently
  17. 17. Using moodle for sharing book reviews
  18. 18. Using moodle for sharing book reviews
  19. 19. Questions ???
  20. 20. 4. Participatory Projects 1. Monologue- Audacity example 2. War video – Moviemaker, dramatic rendition 3. Photostory – voice recording over story-primary 4. Home and Away – Book trailer –Moviemaker4. Home and Away – Book trailer –Moviemaker http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmLRFN4HPqQ With access and connectivity, assessment is not the end of the process
  21. 21. http://startl.org/2010/09/24/we- are-not-waiting-for-superman- we-are-empowering- superheroes/ If we continue to limit our thinking about education to 28 students,1 teacher,1500 square feet between the hours of 8 to 3, we arehours of 8 to 3, we are condemning today’s fourth graders to exactly the same educational experience that I got in 1976, that my father got in 1946, and that his father got in 1916. Diana Rhoten http://nofatclips.com/02010/06/30/waiting- superman/waiting-for-superman.jpg
  22. 22. Are TLS IT teachers? •Rewind- Teacher librarians need to become the Chief Information Officer at their school – said by Michael Hough SLAQIASL2010 •Remember, information is increasingly online, in addition to traditional sourcesonline, in addition to traditional sources •Resourcing information needs is about both WHAT and HOW eg Web 2.0 tools, Barbara Combes – break it up- into steps and stages •Build a bridge !!!
  23. 23. Not the End Move from industrial learning forced feeding model to creative, innovative, learner centred models for students and teachers Online elearning- creating learning objects/experiences/modulesobjects/experiences/modules Need one to one devices that are – Personal – Portable ( not just mobile- wifi anywhere) – Multifunction (not just an ereader) - and Participatory
  24. 24. Homework • My paper has a lot of research on the theory underlying these ideas- see the SLAQIASL2010 conference CD • http://www.slideshare.net/PewInternet/infor mation-consumption-2010-portable- participatory-and-personal
  25. 25. Take charge
  26. 26. http://readingpower.wordpress.com/

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