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Information Literacy in Digital Culture for K-12
Information Literacy in Digital Culture for K-12
Information Literacy in Digital Culture for K-12
Information Literacy in Digital Culture for K-12
Information Literacy in Digital Culture for K-12
Information Literacy in Digital Culture for K-12
Information Literacy in Digital Culture for K-12
Information Literacy in Digital Culture for K-12
Information Literacy in Digital Culture for K-12
Information Literacy in Digital Culture for K-12
Information Literacy in Digital Culture for K-12
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Information Literacy in Digital Culture for K-12

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Information literacy now requires learners to evaluate in many formats (transliteracy, digital literacy, metaliteracy) and is rapidly becoming top priority for school librarians.

Information literacy now requires learners to evaluate in many formats (transliteracy, digital literacy, metaliteracy) and is rapidly becoming top priority for school librarians.

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  • Hi Valerie. Please be sure to include live links to sites you wish us to visit (or at least the URL). I wanted to the 5th graders youtube. Alas, I can not find it. Thanks for the exciting slides.
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    • 1. Information Literacy in Digital Culture for K-12 Dr. Valerie Hill LISD School Librarian Texas Woman’s University School of Library & Information Studies
    • 2. Current Needs K-12 School Libraries IL Oh, so many hats librarians wear! Programming, Circulation, Collection Development & Management, Instruction, Teacher Collaboration, Information literacy, Webmaster, Social Media, Content Curation, Web 2.0, Technology Integration, IT, Curriculum Liaison, Digital Citizenship(photo
    • 3. Top Priority in Digital Culture: Information Literacy photo creativecommons Cristóbal Cobo Romaní _digitalNatives
    • 4. Digital Participatory Culture How do I know IL is top priority for 21st century learning? Just look around!
    • 5. How have I determined needs (with colleagues)? My PLN (personal/professional learning network) helps me learn more than a physical meeting with colleagues in my school building.
    • 6. What’s a school librarian to do? • Develop your PLN • Explore 21st Century Learning Standards • Model digital citizenship • Balance tradition & innovation • Embed library skills in multiple formats • Maintain physical, virtual & augmented space • Delegate!
    • 7. Fifth graders built a digital citizenship game in Minecraft. (View on Youtube.)
    • 8. iPads & Digital Devices (BYOT) • Becoming a technology expert • Apps, apps, apps! • Troubleshooting technology issues (Librarian as front-line HELP desk for access in all formats)
    • 9. Evaluating Effectiveness • • • • • • Validation from colleagues Librarian listserv Google groups-docs-apps Global PLN Current research Become an embedded librarian- without boundaries • Be your own judge (personal responsibility in the digital age)
    • 10. Future Challenge In digital participatory culture, the biggest challenge we face is the enormous personal responsibility for digital citizenship in both our information intake and our production (digital footprints). Too many gates are opened. Show users the best gates.
    • 11. Valerie Hill, PhD Valibrarian Blog http://vhill.edublogs.org/ Twitter @valibrarian IL Slideshare Valibrarian Youtube Valibrarian Virtual Worlds: Valibrarian ALA (2012) http://www.ala.org/aasl/guidelinesandstandards/learningstandards/standards Barlow. A. and R. Leston. (2012). Beyond the Blogosphere: Information and Its Children. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, LLC. Bigfoto (2012) http://www.bigfoto.com/ Carr, N. (2010). The shallows: What the internet is doing to our brains. New York: W.W. Norton & Co. Davidson, Cathy N.. (2011). Now You See It: How the Brain Science of Attention Will Transform the Way We Live , Work, and Learn. New York: Viking. Gant, Scott. (2007). We’re All Journalists Now. New York: Free Press. Jeepers Media (2013). http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeepersmedia/ Lanier, J. (2013). Who Owns the Future? New YorkL Simon and Schuster. Rheingold, Howard. (2012) Net Smart: How to Thrive Online. Cambridge, MASS: MIT Press. Rainie, Lee and Barry Wellman. (2012). Networked: The New Social Operating System. Cambridge, MASS: MIT Press.

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