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Fusing Information Literacy, Technology, and Culture.

Fusing Information Literacy, Technology, and Culture.

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  • Introductions – topic – objectives – our goal is to demonstrate the following…
  • It is true that languages connect the world much in the same way that technology and collaboration do. 
  • By collaborating with our peers in an educational setting we are demonstrating to our students the importance of sharing knowledge. 
  •  The presentation will focus on a series of project ideas that call for collaboration through technology integration and information literacy. 
  • The technology used will allow students to display their work digitally allowing them to make global connections and facilitate their learning process. 
  • LibGuides –project description, resources, lesson plans

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  • Fusing Information Literacy, Technology, and Culture Image from http://devwagon.com/userfiles/puzzle(3).jpg Abigail Theberge, Spanish Teacher Jen Thomas, Director of Library & Tech Integration Bishop Stang High School, North Dartmouth, MA
  • Languages connect the worldImage from http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_uerod3Jyrzg/TOE0IiSp8-I/AAAAAAAAHJc/SNI6qQyYFtc/s1600/GlobeHandsSmall.jpg
  • Image from http://jonasdarin.files.wordpress.com/2010/03/collaboration.jpg
  • InformationLiteracy Image from http://harryallen.info/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/open-book.jpg
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