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Cil 732 Final Paper Presentation
Cil 732 Final Paper Presentation
Cil 732 Final Paper Presentation
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Cil 732 Final Paper Presentation
Cil 732 Final Paper Presentation
Cil 732 Final Paper Presentation
Cil 732 Final Paper Presentation
Cil 732 Final Paper Presentation
Cil 732 Final Paper Presentation
Cil 732 Final Paper Presentation
Cil 732 Final Paper Presentation
Cil 732 Final Paper Presentation
Cil 732 Final Paper Presentation
Cil 732 Final Paper Presentation
Cil 732 Final Paper Presentation
Cil 732 Final Paper Presentation
Cil 732 Final Paper Presentation
Cil 732 Final Paper Presentation
Cil 732 Final Paper Presentation
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  • The licensed school library media specialist is in charge of developing, maintaining, and enhancing the academic core of his or her school—the library. It is in this room where inquiries are formed, research is conducted, new topics are explored, a love of reading is fostered, and collaboration between teacher and librarian takes place. And with the advent of the second generation of the internet, Web 2.0, there are even more tools and fresh resources freely available to assist librarians.
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    • 1. Librarian 2.0:
      • The New Role of the School Library Media Specialist
      Research Compiled by Christina Bentheim
    • 2. The Main Inquiry
      • How has the role of the school library media specialist evolved with the emergence of Web 2.0?
    • 3. The Guiding Questions
      • What is Web 2.0?
      • What does Web 2.0 look like in the school library?
      • What are the implications of transitioning to Library 2.0?
    • 4. What is Web 2.0?
    • 5.  
    • 6. What does Web 2.0 look like in a school library?
    • 7. The Unquiet Library: A Case Study
    • 8.  
    • 9. Wiki
    • 10. Blog
    • 11. Social Networks and Bookmarks
    • 12. Syndication (RSS)
    • 13. Widgets
    • 14. Podcasts and Vodcasts
    • 15. What are the implications of transitioning to Library 2.0?
    • 16. Implications
      • Transition
      • Marketing
      • Training
      • Staff buy-in
      • Planning
    • 17.  
    • 18. Implications
      • Planning
      • Staff buy-in
      • Training
      • Marketing
      • Transition
      • Safety
      • Cool Factor
    • 19. Shhhhhhh!
    • 20.  
    • 21.
      • References
      • Baule, S.M., & Kriha, D.L. (2008, February). Free speech in a MySpace world. Library Media Connection , 22-24.
      • Brooks, L.K. (2008, April/May). Old school meets school library 2.0: Bump your media program into an innovative model for teaching and learning. Library Media Connection , 14-16.
      • Gordon, R.S., & Stephens, M. (2007). Tech tips for every librarian: Building a community to create your own social network. Computers in Libraries . 46-47.
      • Hamilton, B. (2008). The unquiet library. Retrieved November 22, 2008, from Words...they have a power Web site: http:// theunquietlibrary.wordpress.com /
      • Harris, C. (2006). School library 2.0. School Library Journal . May 2006, 51-53.
      • Hastings, R. (2007). Journey to library 2.0. Library Journal . April 15, 2007 , 36-37.
      • Johnson, D. (2008, March). Technology connection: Staying safe on the read-write web. Library Media Connection, 48-52.
      • Junion-Metz, G. (2007). Techknowledge: Teens all a twitter. School Library Journal. October 2007, 26 .
      • Tenopir, C. (2007). Living the virtual library life. Library Journal . October 1, 2007 , 24.
      • OCLC. (2006). NextSpace (2 ed.) [Newsletter]. Dublin, OH: Michael Stephens.

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