Low Cost (and No Cost!)                          Technology Tools for                           Information LiteracyJoe Ha...
Course Management System Moodle Open-Source System Scalable – small high schools to large  universities Moodle.orgLow-...
What can Moodle do? Postings of handouts Forums (Discussion Boards) Assessment (Tests, Quizzes, Surveys) Portfolios O...
Moodle @ Millikin   https://moodle.millikin.edu/Low-Cost (and No Cost!) Technology Tools for Information Literacy
Tutorials   Wink   Open-Source (free!)   Create tutorials, directions, etc…   Add “call outs” (text) and/or narration...
Clickers AKA “personal response  systems,” “student response  systems” Poll students, get feedback, pose  review questio...
Online Web Activities Hot Potatoes Another freeware! Create different exercises: multiple choice,  short answer, crossw...
A “Low-Tech” Solution “READ” bookmarks Designed on Microsoft  Publisher Given to first-year writing  classes with libra...
Bookmarks   Adapted from Millikin’s    READ postersLow-Cost (and No Cost!) Technology Tools for Information Literacy
Bibliography Tools    NoodleBib    Zotero    Low-Cost (and No Cost!) Technology Tools for Information Literacy
Google Scholar Greatness    Google Scholar    Low-Cost (and No Cost!) Technology Tools for Information Literacy
Wikis and Blogs WordPress Blogger LiveJournal PB Wiki Media Wiki    Low-Cost (and No Cost!) Technology Tools for Info...
…Other Helpful & Nice Links Intute LibraryInstruction.com Informationliteracy.com 21st Century Information Fluency (IM...
Comments   Let’s talk about what you know!
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Low Cost (and No Cost!) Technology Tools for Information Literacy

  1. 1. Low Cost (and No Cost!) Technology Tools for Information LiteracyJoe Hardenbrook Debbie MyersEducational Technology Coordinator Instructional Services Coordinator& Research/Instruction Librarian & Research/Instruction LibrarianMillikin University Millikin Universityjhardenbrook@millikin.edu dmmyers@millikin.edu
  2. 2. Course Management System Moodle Open-Source System Scalable – small high schools to large universities Moodle.orgLow-Cost (and No Cost!) Technology Tools for Information Literacy
  3. 3. What can Moodle do? Postings of handouts Forums (Discussion Boards) Assessment (Tests, Quizzes, Surveys) Portfolios Online Journaling Electronic submission of assignmentsLow-Cost (and No Cost!) Technology Tools for Information Literacy
  4. 4. Moodle @ Millikin https://moodle.millikin.edu/Low-Cost (and No Cost!) Technology Tools for Information Literacy
  5. 5. Tutorials Wink Open-Source (free!) Create tutorials, directions, etc… Add “call outs” (text) and/or narration Useful for “just in time” teaching or planned exercises Sample Tutorial (Millikin I.T. Dept.) Academic Search Premier (Trinity Western)Low-Cost (and No Cost!) Technology Tools for Information Literacy
  6. 6. Clickers AKA “personal response systems,” “student response systems” Poll students, get feedback, pose review questions Some work in PowerPoint, some outside Cost dependent upon size of institution, type, integration, etc… Low-Cost (and No Cost!) Technology Tools for Information Literacy
  7. 7. Online Web Activities Hot Potatoes Another freeware! Create different exercises: multiple choice, short answer, crosswords Example Crossword Low-Cost (and No Cost!) Technology Tools for Information Literacy
  8. 8. A “Low-Tech” Solution “READ” bookmarks Designed on Microsoft Publisher Given to first-year writing classes with library contact info Collaboration opportunity with the First Year Experience program Low-Cost (and No Cost!) Technology Tools for Information Literacy
  9. 9. Bookmarks Adapted from Millikin’s READ postersLow-Cost (and No Cost!) Technology Tools for Information Literacy
  10. 10. Bibliography Tools NoodleBib Zotero Low-Cost (and No Cost!) Technology Tools for Information Literacy
  11. 11. Google Scholar Greatness Google Scholar Low-Cost (and No Cost!) Technology Tools for Information Literacy
  12. 12. Wikis and Blogs WordPress Blogger LiveJournal PB Wiki Media Wiki Low-Cost (and No Cost!) Technology Tools for Information Literacy
  13. 13. …Other Helpful & Nice Links Intute LibraryInstruction.com Informationliteracy.com 21st Century Information Fluency (IMSA) The Information Literacy Game (UNCG) library + instruction + technology Low-Cost (and No Cost!) Technology Tools for Information Literacy
  14. 14. Comments Let’s talk about what you know!
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