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  • #3. Teach Fair Use CCBOE               Georgia International     Conference on  #4. Teach Concept of GIGO (Garbage in/Garbage out)   Information Literacy   -­‐ -­‐   Redelivery               TOOLS -­ -­ -­ -­ -­ -­ -­ -­ -­     -­             -­ -­   -­ -­   Delta Casey, Greenbrier Middle School Kim Isiminger, Lakeside Middle School   Dolly Morris, Harlem Middle School
  • Joyce Valenza & Librarian as Director Directing Transliterate   TRANSLITERACY Learning #2. Respect for Intellectual Property  As the keynote presenter on Saturday morning, Joyce    Valenza did not disappoint! Her enthusiasm for librarian-‐ship and for teaching students to be capable users of  information surges forth, and all that a bystander can do   is hold on and be   Us with Joyce Valenza!! taken along on the   -­‐   wave of responsibil-‐ ity and possibility. Needed Skills:   Responsibility be-‐ #1. Digital Citizenship & Compassion cause she makes it TOOLS   clear that it is up to us to teach infor-‐   mation literacy skills,   -­‐and possibility because there are so many opportunities TOOLS  for helping students learn, grow, and achieve. -­‐     Transliteracy, or the #3. Teach Fair Use   through hand-‐  writing, print, TV, radio and film, to digital social net-‐works. . . A transliterate person is one who is literate   -­‐   -‐ Joyce Valenza; (she attributed -­‐to Transliteracy Research Group)     We teach our children to drive, even though theres a   potential for accidents because we know that this is TOOLS critical to the future. We also need to teach our chil- dren to navigate mediated social environments, be- cause this too is critical to the future. -Danah Boyd