Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
Cesa 2 11 15-13
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
97
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. BadgerLink and Digital Citizenship November 15, 2013
  • 2. Kara Ripley BadgerLink Training Librarian kara.ripley@dpi.wi.gov (608) 224-6165 1 (888) 542-5543 #5
  • 3. Agenda • What is BadgerLink? • How does BadgerLink work? • New Website!!! • Resources and Digital Citizenship • Finding Instructional Tools • BadgerLink Outreach
  • 4. What is BadgerLink?
  • 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. 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. • 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. Agenda • What is BadgerLink? • How does BadgerLink work? • New Website!!! • Resources and Digital Citizenship • Finding Instructional Tools • BadgerLink Outreach
  • 9. How does BadgerLink work?
  • 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. 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. Contact Us to request to have your IP address added to BadgerLink!
  • 13. Login to BadgerLink using your Library Card!
  • 14. Agenda • What is BadgerLink? • How does BadgerLink work? • New Website!!! • Resources and Digital Citizenship • Finding Instructional Tools • BadgerLink Outreach
  • 15. Agenda • What is BadgerLink? • How does BadgerLink work? • New Website!!! • Resources and Digital Citizenship • Finding Instructional Tools • BadgerLink Outreach
  • 16. Resources and Digital Citizenship
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. BadgerLink Research Guides • Learning research methods • Writing papers • Common Core and State Standards
  • 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. Where are the Research Guides? www.BadgerLink.net • For Students • For Educators—Instructional Tools
  • 24. Research Guide • Glossary • Step Checklists • Educators page – Common Core alignment – Lesson Plan ideas – Info Literacy Game
  • 25. Agenda • What is BadgerLink? • How does BadgerLink work? • New Website!!! • Resources and Digital Citizenship • Finding Instructional Tools • BadgerLink Outreach
  • 26. Finding Instructional Tools
  • 27. Searching EBSCO for Lesson Plans
  • 28. Agenda • What is BadgerLink? • How does BadgerLink work? • New Website!!! • Resources and Digital Citizenship • Finding Instructional Tools • BadgerLink Outreach
  • 29. BadgerLink Outreach
  • 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. 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. • 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. • 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. BadgerBrunch Fall Webinar Series 2013 Thursdays, Sept 29 to Oct 17 Starting at 10 AM 30 - 45 minute sessions
  • 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. 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. • 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. 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