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    And the interactivity of teacher participation.
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    1. 1. The Decades:A Research Example RESEARCH IN THE 21ST CENTURY Ann T. Reddy Damon Tiffin Columbian High School
    2. 2. Description Learning module
    3. 3. Ohio Library and Technology Standards Apply appropriate communication design principles in published and presented projects. Create, publish and present information, utilizing formats appropriate to the content and audience. Identify communication needs, select appropriate communication tools and design collaborative interactive projects and activities to communicate with others, incorporating emerging technologies. What is a computer’s favorite kind of music? Disk-o
    4. 4. Process NY Times Introduction Day 1 “Decade in 7 minutes” Pre-Research guide Day 2 50 Fill Ins Day 3 Diigo Day 4 Google Docs Day 5 Dipity Why do authors always get good marks on tests? They know how to copy-right.
    5. 5. Tools Diigo Teacher Console Easy Class Set up GoogleDocs Dipity Turn it in
    6. 6. Create an account. Install the toolbar (doesn’t like Safari, much.) Diigo
    7. 7. The Diigo tool bar Uses of Diigo Highlight button primarily to mark up the text Bookmark to add the page to your library. What do you call a person whose library books are overdue? A Bookkeeper
    8. 8. The Highlight Tool
    9. 9. Teacher Console After you have your diigo account got to this address and apply for the teacher console.  cation A guide to using the teacher console can be found at  her-account/getting-started
    10. 10. Creating a class
    11. 11. Making users in Diigo Q. Where does a librarian sleep? A. Between the covers.
    12. 12. Putting it together in Google Docs
    13. 13. Checking it out in
    14. 14. do da, do da! A collaborative timeliner that includes text, pictures and a map feature. This is the final product students use to defend their theses. 
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    16. 16. Description in Dipity
    17. 17. The Picture in Dipity
    18. 18. The Map in Dipity
    19. 19. Different ways to view Dipity Timeline Flipbook • Timeline • List view
    20. 20. Examples Cody S goldfox64 Cyber Warfare  Kenzie K KenzieKraft Reality TV  Trevor S ts07331 Disasters in Sports 
    21. 21. EvaluationRubric Speech Did you hear about the schoolgirl who was so excited about a book she found in the library called How to Hug? It turned out to be volume eight of an encyclopedia.
    22. 22. Timeline Rubric
    23. 23. Oral Presentation Rubric
    24. 24. What we would do differently Over-riding Question Uniform naming in Dipity Teacher create accounts Make a persuasive outline in preparation for the speech.
    25. 25. Citations and Websites  Arcimboldo, Guiseppe. Librarian. 1570. Stokholm. Web. April 2010.  Byrne, Amy. Sexy Libraian. Craft Assassins. Web. April 2010.  Good to Know @SCPL. j0427686.jpg. St. Charles Public Library. Web. April 2010.  Http://  Http://  Http://  JRTStarlight. Batgirl librarian. Photobucket. Web. April 2010.  Mack, Debbi. Librarian Image.jpeg Random and Sundry Things. Web. April 2010.  Decades. Web. April 2010.  Barack Obama library cool1. Web. April 2010.  Rembrandt. A Scholar. 1631. The Hermitage, St. Petersburg. Web. April 2010.
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