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Eclection - The School Librarian

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An overview of the role of the school librarian

An overview of the role of the school librarian

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    • 1. Beyond The Stacks Carlene Walter
    • 2. Who Are We?
    • 3. Who do We Serve? http://www.youtube.com/v/_A-ZVCjfWf8
    • 4. Library 2.0
      • Are you serving the 21 st century learner?
    • 5. The Many Hats
    • 6. Wiki
      • Use!
      • Share!
      • Add!
      • Edit!
      http://eclection.wikispaces.com /
    • 7.  
    • 8. Resource Collection
      • Curriculum
      • Saskatchewan Literacy Initiatives
      • Student Interest
      http://www.willowawards.ca / http://www.umanitoba.ca/cm /
    • 9. Member-Generated
      • Polls
      • Surveys
    • 10. Literacy
      • Reading Is Our Business (Grimes, 2007)
      • Schedule time for reading
      • Provide opportunities for students to interact with books
    • 11. Eventful
      • Offer
      • An
      • Engaging
      • Theme!
      http://pinetreemedia.com / http://www.highsmith.com / http://www.carrmclean.ca /
    • 12. SSLA
      • www.ssla.ca
    • 13. Reading 2.0
      • Harnessing collective intelligence imbued by technology to excite and empower students' literacy.
      • ebooks
      • Podcasts
      • Trailers and Videos
      • Book Clubs
      • Author Sites
      • Book Blogs
    • 14. http://www.library.pima.gov/teenzone/trailers/2007.cfm
    • 15. Rethink Collection Collection BLOGS WIKIBOOKS ebooks RSS feeds Streamed media databases audio books major Web portals books learning objects
    • 16.  
    • 17. Information Literacy Quiz
      • List four major search engines.
      • How do sites get to the top of a results list in Google?
      • How do you discover who is linked to a Web site? Why is this valuable?
      • Why might you use quotation marks when conducting a search?
      • How do you find the history of any given Web site?
      • How much do you know about information literacy?
      • Adapted from NovemberLearning
    • 18. Information Literacy Quiz
      • Search Engines
      • Ask.com (formerly Ask Jeeves)
      • Alltheweb.com
      • Altavista
      • AOL Search
      • Cuil
      • Google
      • Gigablast
      • Hotbot
      • Live Search (formerly MSN Search)
      • LookSmart
      • Lycos
      • Wikia Search
      • Yahoo! Search
      • Question 1: List four major search engines.
      • Note: This is a list of major search engines and not intended to be an exhaustive list.
      Back To Quiz
    • 19. Information Literacy Quiz
      • Google ranks results based on popularity.
      • It counts the number of links from sites all around the Web.
      • For example, if a large number of sites has a specific keyword somewhere on their Web site along with a link to a particular site, Google counts the number of times the keyword appears along with the number of links to a particular site.
      • The higher number of links to a site, the higher Google will rank that site on a list of results.
      • Question 2: How do sites get to the top of a results list in Google?
      Back To Quiz
    • 20. Information Literacy Quiz
      • Perform a Link:command Search.
      • In the engine’s search box type: “ link:paste the web address“.
      • Why is This Useful?
      • In order to validate websites, one question we need to ask ourselves is, "Who is and is not linked to this page if it is credible?"
      • Question 3: How do you discover who is linked to a Web site? Why is this valuable?
      Back To Quiz
    • 21. Information Literacy Quiz
      • Use “quotation marks” to ensure your keywords appear in your search results in the order you have specified.
      • You would use them if you wanted to research a given phrase.
      • For example, if you conduct a search for global warming, a search WITHOUT quotation marks would find sites that include the words “global” AND “warming” – the words do not have to appear together and you will get more hits than you probably want.
      • Question 4: Why might you use quotation marks when conducting a search?
      Back To Quiz
    • 22. Information Literacy Quiz
      • My favourite ways:
      • Easywhois.com allows users to look up domain names. Enter the URL of the site you would like to research.
      • The Wayback Machine allows users to see archived versions of Web pages. Go to www.archive.org and type the URL (Web address) of located site.
      • Question 5: How do you find the history of any given Web site?
      Back To Quiz
    • 23.  
    • 24. Information Proficiency
      • Are we teaching our students to locate information and evaluate its value?
      IMSA 21 st Century Fluency Project http://21cif.imsa.edu/resources/features/leadarticle_v1_n0.html What Students Are Not Proficient At What Students Do Instead Turn a question into a query Rush ahead toward an answer, grabbing some of the criteria or the whole statement Choose the a database suited to their needs Enter words or phrases into Google Recognize information when they find it Rush past important information and clues; continue to browse Find better keywords Stick with their original words and browse Verify the credibility of information Accept what they find at face value
    • 25. . .
    • 26. Beyond Google
      • http://www.noodletools.com/debbie/literacies/information/5locate/adviceengine.html
    • 27. Digital Citizenship
      • Learners must practice safe, legal, and responsible use of information and technology to refrain from infringing upon a copyrighted work.
    • 28. Open Source
      • Citation Machines
    • 29. http://copyrightfriendly.wikispaces.com/
    • 30.  
    • 31.
      • http://www.kn.pacbell.com/wired/21stcent/gradelevel.html
      21 st Century Literacies
    • 32. Your Own Space
      • Personal Learning Environment
      http://www.netvibes.com/wesch#Digital_Ethnography
    • 33. Information Literacy
      • WWW means
      • Whatever
      • Wherever
      • Whenever
      • Are you Web 2.0?
    • 34. Web Savvy Quiz
      • What do these chat acronyms stand for?
        • B4
        • LOL
        • POS
        • GNSTDLTBBB
        • CUL8R
        • WDYMBT
    • 35.  
    • 36. Collaboration
      • Planning
      • RBL
      • Teaching
      • Instructional Leadership
      www.readwritethink.org/
    • 37.  
    • 38. Manager
      • Policies
      • Procedures
      • Budget
      • EBP
      • Check
      • Your
      • Library
      • Manual!
      http://somethingisrotten.wordpress.com /
    • 39. Evidence-Based Practice http://www.accessola.com/osla/toolkit/home.html
    • 40. Open Door
      • Open 24/7/365
      • Many students are accessing resources BEFORE and AFTER the physical space is closed.
      Do you really have an open door?
    • 41. Open to New Possibilities

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