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    • LRC Connectservices & resources: technologies for school librarians Josie Fraser @josiefraser May 2012
    • LRC ConnectThe LRC Connect project was run by Leicester City Council for secondaryschool librarians and Learning Resource Centre (LRC) Managers, between May2012 and November 2012. The project was designed to support and promotethe use of technology to enhance school library services and spaces.Staff that attended the initial LRC Connect event varied in terms of their skills,confidence and familiarity with using technology to support learners and topromote Library Services. These slides were provided to attendees ahead ofthe event to give them an opportunity to explore some of the practices andservices that school librarians are taking advantage of.
    • WikisA wiki is a website that allows users tocollaboratively create, edit or delete content.Wikipedia is the most famous example – an onlinecollaboratively created and edited encyclopaediathat uses wiki software.Wikis In School Libraries Dana Dukic February201218 Interesting Ways to use a Wiki in the ClassroomTom Barrett et all
    • TwitterTwitter is a microblogging service which lets usersshare updates, information and resourcesThe Ultimate Guide to using Twitter in Education –Edudemic, September 201136 Interesting Ways to use Twitter in theClassroom Tom Barrett et allA Beginner’s Guide to Twitter ReadWriteWeb,January 2012Analysing digital literacy with a single simle tweetICTlogy, June 2011
    • Some libraries & librarians to check out on TwitterSchool Libraries Association @ukslaChartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP)School Libraries Group @CILIPSLGCILIP young people’s special interest group - YLG Committee@youthlibrariesLiteracy Trust @Literacy_TrustJenny M @Brennanstown4Margaret Pemberton @booklib61Rachael Guy @berkholibrarianCaroline Roche @HeartOTSchoolNichola McNee @NicolsMcNeeJoyce Valenza @joycevalenzaJudy O’Connell @heyjudeonline
    • BloggingWeblogs are easy to use and update websites.Beginning with Blogging Kim Cofino, September 2010New York Public Library uses Tumblr to blogHeart of the School library blog celebrate andshowcases the work of school librarians in the UKLibrarian, Library and Education blogs
    • PintrestPinterest is a visual sharing site. Users curate andshare collections of images and links.20 Ways Libraries Are Using Pinterest Right Now –Edudemic, March 2012Pinterest Tips -- A Tutorial Guide for Beginners – TheYummy Life, January 2012Pinterest, copyright, and Terms of Service – CopyrightLibrarian, March 2012
    • Creative Commons licencingCreative Commons is a global non-profit organization thatenables sharing and reuse of creativity and knowledgethrough the provision of free legal tools.Creative Commons in the Classroom, Jessica Coates,October 2008Sharing Creative Works an Illustrated Primer, CreativeCommonsCCSearch – search Google, Flickr, YouTube and more forCC licensed contentCreative Commons UKCreative Commons FAQCreative Commons – choose a license
    • Voice ThreadA VoiceThread is a collaborative, multimedia slide showthat holds images, documents, and videos and allowspeople to navigate slides and leave comments in 5 ways -using voice (with a mic or telephone), text, audio file, orvideo (via a webcam)VoiceThread in the Library from the VoiceThread foreducation wikiInteresting Ways to use VoiceThread in the classroom TomBarrett et allVoiceThread Basic Instructions
    • Voice ThreadA VoiceThread is a collaborative, multimedia slide showthat holds images, documents, and videos and allowspeople to navigate slides and leave comments in 5 ways -using voice (with a mic or telephone), text, audio file, orvideo (via a webcam)VoiceThread in the Library from the VoiceThread foreducation wikiInteresting Ways to use VoiceThread in the classroom TomBarrett et allVoiceThread Basic Instructions