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BadgerLink and Digital Citizenship
November 15, 2013
Kara Ripley
BadgerLink Training Librarian
kara.ripley@dpi.wi.gov
(608) 224-6165
1 (888) 542-5543 #5
Agenda
• What is BadgerLink?
• How does BadgerLink work?
• New Website!!!
• Resources and Digital Citizenship
• Finding In...
What is BadgerLink?
What is BadgerLink?
• BadgerLink is Wisconsin’s online library
which provides access to licensed content
• Available to al...
What is BadgerLink?
• BadgerLink paid for with over $2 million in
state funding (Universal Service Fund)
• By purchasing t...
• Quality learning and instructional
materials
• Age appropriate materials
• Shelf space savings
• A collection at no dire...
Agenda
• What is BadgerLink?
• How does BadgerLink work?
• New Website!!!
• Resources and Digital Citizenship
• Finding In...
How does BadgerLink work?
How does BadgerLink work?
• We must ensure that only Wisconsin
residents are using our resources
• BadgerLink identifies y...
How does BadgerLink work?
• We maintain an anonymous list (over
3 million!) of Wisconsin IP addresses!
• If for some reaso...
Contact Us to request to
have your IP address
added to BadgerLink!
Login to BadgerLink
using your Library Card!
Agenda
• What is BadgerLink?
• How does BadgerLink work?
• New Website!!!
• Resources and Digital Citizenship
• Finding In...
Agenda
• What is BadgerLink?
• How does BadgerLink work?
• New Website!!!
• Resources and Digital Citizenship
• Finding In...
Resources and
Digital Citizenship
Digital Citizenship
• Students need to be able to use
technology safely and responsibly
– Use appropriate technology for t...
BadgerLink provides…
• Full-Text Magazines
• Full-Text Newspapers
• Full-Text Journals
• Full-Text
Encyclopedias
• Primary...
How BadgerLink Can Help
• Resources are vetted or published
• Provides training resources for students
and educators:
http...
Students still need to…
• Evaluate what tools/databases to use
• Evaluate the resource for relevancy and
authority
• Cite ...
BadgerLink Research Guides
• Learning research methods
• Writing papers
• Common Core and State Standards
Why are there two guides?
BadgerLink’s
Super 3 Research Guide
• Based on Super 3
• Grades 1-5
BadgerLink’s
ResearchGuide
•...
Where are the Research Guides?
www.BadgerLink.net
• For Students
• For Educators—Instructional Tools
Research Guide
• Glossary
• Step Checklists
• Educators page
– Common Core alignment
– Lesson Plan ideas
– Info Literacy G...
Agenda
• What is BadgerLink?
• How does BadgerLink work?
• New Website!!!
• Resources and Digital Citizenship
• Finding In...
Finding Instructional Tools
Searching EBSCO for Lesson Plans
Agenda
• What is BadgerLink?
• How does BadgerLink work?
• New Website!!!
• Resources and Digital Citizenship
• Finding In...
BadgerLink Outreach
Social Media
Facebook www.facebook.com/WisBadgerLink
Twitter twitter.com/WisDPIBadgerli
• Searching tips, content update, ...
Badger Bulletin
• BadgerLink’s RSS Feed
http://www.badgerlink.net/bulletin
• Get the latest information about the
BadgerLi...
• Closed, moderated list
• To join send a message to:
join-badgerlinklist@lists.dpi.wi.gov
• Click on “Email List” from Ba...
• 20-40 minute live training webinars
• Archived on BadgerLink website:
http://www.badgerlink.net/training.html
• Divided ...
BadgerBrunch
Fall Webinar Series 2013
Thursdays, Sept 29 to Oct 17
Starting at 10 AM
30 - 45 minute sessions
• 1-4 minute tutorial videos available from the
DPI YouTube page
• http://www.youtube.com/wisconsindpi
– Consumer Reports
...
Videos, Webinars, and
Documentation
• The BadgerLink team has compiled
training materials to best help you find and
use ou...
• Request BadgerLink trainings for your school or
library
• Trainings can cover:
Trainings
• How to search
BadgerLink!
• R...
Contact Us
BadgerLink Training Librarian
kara.ripley@dpi.wi.gov
(608) 224-6165
1 (888) 542-5543 #5
Technical Support
http:...
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  1. 1. BadgerLink and Digital Citizenship November 15, 2013
  2. 2. Kara Ripley BadgerLink Training Librarian kara.ripley@dpi.wi.gov (608) 224-6165 1 (888) 542-5543 #5
  3. 3. Agenda • What is BadgerLink? • How does BadgerLink work? • New Website!!! • Resources and Digital Citizenship • Finding Instructional Tools • BadgerLink Outreach
  4. 4. What is BadgerLink?
  5. 5. What is BadgerLink? • BadgerLink is Wisconsin’s online library which provides access to licensed content • Available to all Wisconsin residents from libraries of all types, homes, and work places • Project of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI), Division for Libraries and Technology
  6. 6. What is BadgerLink? • BadgerLink paid for with over $2 million in state funding (Universal Service Fund) • By purchasing this resources on a statewide basis, BadgerLink saves over $70 million
  7. 7. • Quality learning and instructional materials • Age appropriate materials • Shelf space savings • A collection at no direct cost to your library • Access to materials not available through Google or other public search engines • Access to information from anywhere BadgerLink OFFERS…
  8. 8. Agenda • What is BadgerLink? • How does BadgerLink work? • New Website!!! • Resources and Digital Citizenship • Finding Instructional Tools • BadgerLink Outreach
  9. 9. How does BadgerLink work?
  10. 10. How does BadgerLink work? • We must ensure that only Wisconsin residents are using our resources • BadgerLink identifies you as a Wisconsin resident by looking at your computer Internet Protocol (IP) address or library card number
  11. 11. How does BadgerLink work? • We maintain an anonymous list (over 3 million!) of Wisconsin IP addresses! • If for some reason you can’t access BadgerLink…
  12. 12. Contact Us to request to have your IP address added to BadgerLink!
  13. 13. Login to BadgerLink using your Library Card!
  14. 14. Agenda • What is BadgerLink? • How does BadgerLink work? • New Website!!! • Resources and Digital Citizenship • Finding Instructional Tools • BadgerLink Outreach
  15. 15. Agenda • What is BadgerLink? • How does BadgerLink work? • New Website!!! • Resources and Digital Citizenship • Finding Instructional Tools • BadgerLink Outreach
  16. 16. Resources and Digital Citizenship
  17. 17. Digital Citizenship • Students need to be able to use technology safely and responsibly – Use appropriate technology for the task at hand – Evaluate a resource for credibility – Cite resources and understand basic copyright laws
  18. 18. BadgerLink provides… • Full-Text Magazines • Full-Text Newspapers • Full-Text Journals • Full-Text Encyclopedias • Primary Sources • Full-Text Books and Book Chapters • Images • Video • Animations • Test Prep and Skill Building
  19. 19. How BadgerLink Can Help • Resources are vetted or published • Provides training resources for students and educators: http://www.badgerlink.net/help/training • Provides additional help through Ask a Librarian: http://www.badgerlink.net/ask-librarian
  20. 20. Students still need to… • Evaluate what tools/databases to use • Evaluate the resource for relevancy and authority • Cite where they found information • Understand copyright basics
  21. 21. BadgerLink Research Guides • Learning research methods • Writing papers • Common Core and State Standards
  22. 22. Why are there two guides? BadgerLink’s Super 3 Research Guide • Based on Super 3 • Grades 1-5 BadgerLink’s ResearchGuide • Based loosely on the Big 6 • Grades 5-12
  23. 23. Where are the Research Guides? www.BadgerLink.net • For Students • For Educators—Instructional Tools
  24. 24. Research Guide • Glossary • Step Checklists • Educators page – Common Core alignment – Lesson Plan ideas – Info Literacy Game
  25. 25. Agenda • What is BadgerLink? • How does BadgerLink work? • New Website!!! • Resources and Digital Citizenship • Finding Instructional Tools • BadgerLink Outreach
  26. 26. Finding Instructional Tools
  27. 27. Searching EBSCO for Lesson Plans
  28. 28. Agenda • What is BadgerLink? • How does BadgerLink work? • New Website!!! • Resources and Digital Citizenship • Finding Instructional Tools • BadgerLink Outreach
  29. 29. BadgerLink Outreach
  30. 30. Social Media Facebook www.facebook.com/WisBadgerLink Twitter twitter.com/WisDPIBadgerli • Searching tips, content update, highlights relevant content, interact with community • Friend or follow us, share or retweet our content!
  31. 31. Badger Bulletin • BadgerLink’s RSS Feed http://www.badgerlink.net/bulletin • Get the latest information about the BadgerLink program including – Training – New content – Tips on searching
  32. 32. • Closed, moderated list • To join send a message to: join-badgerlinklist@lists.dpi.wi.gov • Click on “Email List” from BadgerLink Homepage BadgerLink Email List
  33. 33. • 20-40 minute live training webinars • Archived on BadgerLink website: http://www.badgerlink.net/training.html • Divided into thematic seasons • Each session covers one resource, database, or interface BadgerBrunch/Lunch/Latté
  34. 34. BadgerBrunch Fall Webinar Series 2013 Thursdays, Sept 29 to Oct 17 Starting at 10 AM 30 - 45 minute sessions
  35. 35. • 1-4 minute tutorial videos available from the DPI YouTube page • http://www.youtube.com/wisconsindpi – Consumer Reports – Finding Obituaries – Finding Census Records – Literary Criticism – Primary Sources – Student Research Center BadgerBite Tutorials
  36. 36. Videos, Webinars, and Documentation • The BadgerLink team has compiled training materials to best help you find and use our resources. • http://www.badgerlink.net/help/training
  37. 37. • Request BadgerLink trainings for your school or library • Trainings can cover: Trainings • How to search BadgerLink! • Reader’s Advisory • Using BadgerLink in the classroom • Finding Multimedia in BadgerLink • Suggest a new topic you are interested in exploring!
  38. 38. Contact Us BadgerLink Training Librarian kara.ripley@dpi.wi.gov (608) 224-6165 1 (888) 542-5543 #5 Technical Support http://badgerlink.net/help/contact-us 888-542-5543
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