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  1. 1. Waving not drowning: navigating the procurement and use of e-resources in secondary schools.Some useful links (Spring 2014). JISC- Users’ trust in information resources in the Web environment: a status report Report exploring internet users' attitudes towards sources they encounter and how trustworthy they think these sources are. In particular looks at attitudes towards e- commerce and e-health sources. Learning through Technology Conference website, March 2013 American Library Association: School Libraries 2013 Report The School Libraries section of the 2013 State of America’s Libraries Report from the American Library Association provides an update on the crisis facing school libraries and the decline in staffing of school librarians. Included in the report are statistics from the "School Libraries Count!" survey regarding connectivity, technology and Internet filtering in school libraries. Adventures in Library Instruction podcast A monthly podcast by and for library information literacy instructors and teaching librarians. The show includes features, interviews and discussion about teaching in libraries. No longer updated. IPAD IN EDUCATION TRIAL 2012-2013: REPORT, EVALUATION AND DATA Blogging about education, technology and Politics (by Matt Britland) 5 Free and Open Source Tools for Creating Digital Exhibitions What are digital exhibitions? Blog post: School Library Annual Reports: Connecting the Dots Between Your Library And Student Learning School Library Annual Reports: Connecting the Dots Between Your Library And Student Learning Pew Report: Teens, Social Media, and Privacy Paperless public libraries switch to digital BBC article on trend in America for public libraries to go digital. A New Chapter? A Launch Of The Bookless Library Article about new bookless library in Texas. Blog Post on Setting up Nooks Written by Jennifer LaGarde (aka library girl), lead librarian for New Hanover Schools and an Educator on Loan for the NC Department of Public Instruction.
  2. 2. What does a school library look like in the digital age? Guardian Article- As more of her students use ebooks and iPads to read, principal Tricia Kelleher reflects on the role of her school's library. Information behaviour of the researcher of the future 2008 report complied by The British Library and JISC Truth, lies and the internet: a report into young people's digital fluency 2011 DEMOS Report Softlink International 2012 Australian School Libraries Report PDF file link The Impact of ICT 2009 BECTA report JISC report: Future of Academic Libraries PDF file link Key Issues for e-Resource Collection Development: A Guide for Libraries Key Issues for e-Resource Collection Development: A Guide for Libraries by Sharon Johnson, with Ole Gunnar Evensen, Julia Gelfand, Glenda Lammers, Lynn Sipe and Nadia Zilper Published by IFLA MuseumScouts Project The MuseumScouts project illustrates a European-wide desire to bring schools and cultural institutions (museums, galleries, historic sites and buildings, science centres) together so that they may collaborate to offer valuable and complementary learning experiences. Blog Post: Harnessing Technology Grant Blog maintained by Microsoft UK Education team. Technology in Schools Faces Questions on Value 2011 article from the New York Times exploring the digital classroom and whether technology raises attainment. ASLA: Future learning and school libraries 2013 report by the Australian school library association looking at the impact of digital developments on school learning School libraries in the UK: a worthwhile past, a difficult present - and a transformed future? School Libraries in the UK: a worthwhile past, a difficult present – and a transformed future? was commissioned by CILIP’s School Libraries Group and prepared by David Streatfield, Sue Shaper and Simon Rae-Scott. Published 2010
  3. 3. Beyond Current Horizons Beyond Current Horizons explores the future for education, beyond 2025. Futurelab: Promoting transformative innovation in schools PDF file link Futurelab: Literature Review in Mobile technologies and learning PDF file link Exploratree Exploratree is a free web resource where teachers and students can access a library of ready-made interactive thinking guides, print them, edit them or make their own. Thinking guides can support independent and group research projects with frameworks for thinking, planning and enquiry. Exploratree was created as part of our work on Enquiring Minds (supported by Microsoft). Report by FutureLab: “It’s not chalk and talk anymore” School approaches to developing students’ digital literacy. Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Website documenting TEL, which is a UK £12m ESRC/EPSRC funded programme running from 2007-2012 led by Professor Richard Noss at the London Knowledge Lab. IOE: Decoding learning: the proof, promise and potential of digital education Blog post about the research Nesta : Decoding Learning report White paper: Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture: Media Education for the 21st Century PDF file link Buffy Hamilton American school librarian and blogger CILIP School Libraries Group School Library Association Bev Humphrey Education consultancy Stephen Heppell JCS Online Resources JCS Online Resources (JCS) enables schools worldwide to save up to 80% on trusted online subscription resources.
  4. 4. A third of poorest pupils 'without internet at home' More than a third of the poorest children do not have the internet at home and a similar number do not have a computer, official figures suggest. Encyclopaedia Britannica halts print publication after 244 years The paper edition of the encyclopaedia ends its centuries-long run, but is it a victim or beneficiary of the digital age? Young people 'prefer to read on screen' Young people are now much more likely to prefer to read on a computer screen rather than a printed book or magazine, according to a UK survey. E2BN Newsletter East of England Broadband Network (E2BN) it is one of 10 Regional Broadband Consortia (RBCs) set up by the Government to help raise standards in teaching and learning by the use of broadband technology. Why ebooks are a different genre from print The differences in format are beginning to change the nature of what we're reading, and how we do it Five Reasons Why Online Learning is the Future of Education Five Reasons Why Online Learning is the Future of Education Education in brief: will EBCs raise achievement for all students? Education in brief: will EBCs raise achievement for all students? Michael Gove's national curriculum reforms: where's the creativity? Michael Gove's national curriculum reforms: where's the creativity? Free school offering 'cross-subject' learning approved by Michael Gove Free school offering 'cross-subject' learning approved by Michael Gove Plenary Talk P3: Ettu MOOC? Massive Online Considerations Powerpoint presentation from Institutional Web Management Workshop by KyriakiAnagnostopoulou, Head of e-learning team at the University of Bath. Tramscom Education Company providing advice of Apple solutions for schools. For Libraries, MOOCs Bring Uncertainty and Opportunity Article from The Chronicle of Higher Education on the impact of MOOCs on university libraries in America.
  5. 5. Technology offers a route into reading for disadvantaged three to five-year-olds Article from The National Literacy Trust about the benefits of e-books for disadvantaged young readers. Textbooks replaced by iTunes U downloads BBC report about a school in Cambridge where teachers are making their own online library of lessons and course materials for GCSE, A-levels and International Baccalaureates. TACCLE Website supporting TACCLE training on creation of e-learning content.

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