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21 things clean up with narration
21 things clean up with narration
21 things clean up with narration
21 things clean up with narration
21 things clean up with narration
21 things clean up with narration
21 things clean up with narration
21 things clean up with narration
21 things clean up with narration
21 things clean up with narration
21 things clean up with narration
21 things clean up with narration
21 things clean up with narration
21 things clean up with narration
21 things clean up with narration
21 things clean up with narration
21 things clean up with narration
21 things clean up with narration
21 things clean up with narration
21 things clean up with narration
21 things clean up with narration
21 things clean up with narration
21 things clean up with narration
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  • 1. 21 Things Clean up Nov. 26, 2012
  • 2. PURPOSEINFOhio wants to give the 21 Things a facelift.Volunteers will be helping the INFOhio team speed upthis update by:• Correcting or deleting any bad links.• Removing any outdated information.• Suggesting any new sites or content.• All suggestions will be appreciated and investigated, but not all may be used at this time. 2
  • 3. Aiming for cleaner look,less text on the main page. 3
  • 4. WORKFLOW OVERVIEW1. Volunteers select one Thing or can work in pairs and do 2 Things.2. Review your Thing and make corrections / suggestions.3. Volunteers create a 5 question quiz for each Thing.4. INFOhio Team rewrites each Thing.5. Volunteers proof read the final version. 4
  • 5. GUIDELINES• Remember, youre not starting from scratch! We’re doing the editing and helping the authors. • Check for bad or outdated links. • Is the current information still relevant? • Are there any other sites you would add? • Use articles from EBSCO professional collection whenever possible. 5
  • 6. Getting Started Be sure you have completed the Survey Monkey form with your Google acct. information so we can share the docs with you.https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/21ThingsRev Open Google Docs and locate the shared folder: “21 Things Update 2012” 6
  • 7. THE SHARED GOOGLE DOCS FOLDER http://tinyurl.com/crkvyr7 This spreadsheet is where you will record your work. 7
  • 8. Contents of Google Docs Folder• 21 Things Spreadsheet 2012 – this is where you will record your suggestions.• 21 Things Cleanup PowerPoint – this presentation – use for reference.• Supplemental activities for the Learning Commons. • This is the curriculum developed by LGCA. You can view all the suggested activities at one time here.• Learning Paths - you can view the corresponding paths in this spreadsheet.• Bloom’s Taxonomy Action Verbs – list for reference.• Work progress spreadsheet - master list to track our progress. 8
  • 9. USING THE GOOGLE SPREADSHEET21 Things Spreadsheet 2012 • Doc is color coded to help you. • Yellow band in row 1 is to track the workflow. • Each Thing’s “tab” is a different color just to help you find your place. • Feel free to add rows to a section if needed. • Changes are saved automatically. • Any comments you have regarding changes will be helpful to the INFOhio Team. 9
  • 10. Important First Steps Notice the tabs at the bottom of the spreadsheet. Select the tab that corresponds with the Thing you are editing. The first row will also indicate which Thing you are working on. 10
  • 11. This is your work area. Record all comments andsuggestions here. 11
  • 12. The yellow row at the top is used totrack your progress. Enter date Include when you your name have finished and email. editing. 12
  • 13.  The rows in the spreadsheet correspond with the tabs on each Thing. You don’t need to do anything with the Credit / CEU tab. 13
  • 14. Read, Discover, Go Beyond These tabs will have the most editing. Carefully check each link and resource. Your suggestions of new resources or articles will be appreciated. Think “rigor”! Start each comment on a link (resource) with a verb. See Bloom’s Action Verbs list in folder. 14
  • 15. Learning Paths You might find it helpful to look at the Learning Path for your Thing as you go along. It will give you a nice overview of what’s currently there. You can update it as you go along. Highlight any changes you make. Feel free to make comments or suggestions in the last column. 15
  • 16. EXAMPLE OF AN EDIT IN PROGRESS Comments will be helpful. 16
  • 17. StandardsCheck to be sure standards are correct.Add any other standards you think are relevant. 17
  • 18. 5 QUIZ QUESTIONS• Must be multiple choice.• Be sure to include the correct answer in the separate column. 18
  • 19. Estimate how long the activities willtake to complete. Just include the activities on the Read, Discover, and Go Beyond tabs in your estimate. 19
  • 20. Grad Credit Activities Suggested activities have been used by LGCA schools for grad credit and put in the spreadsheet for you. We’d like to see them more rigorous and involved. We’re planning on 10 Things being worth 2 grad credits and 4 credits for the whole package. 20
  • 21. When completed:1. Complete by Jan.3, 20132. Email Jennifer and Melissa when you are ready for them to update. schwelik@infohio.org horwell@infohio.org3. They will review your comments and email you the link to proofread the revised version.4. After you have double checked all the links, typos, etc., reply to their email to let them know all is well. Indicate any problems you may find. 21
  • 22. Questions? schwelik@infohio.org horwell@infohio.org Linda.Ehrnschwender@nccohio.org barb.reynolds@lgca.org 22
  • 23. Thank you for your help!! 23

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