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New Tecnology and Social media in the learning process. Reading in digital devices

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New Tecnology and Social media in the learning process. Reading in digital devices

  1. 1. New technology and social media in the learning process Alka Stropnik (alka.stropnik@kgz.hr) Ana Sudarević (ana.sudarevic@yahoo.ca) SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  2. 2. (Skip) intro SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  3. 3. Alka •school librarian (elementary & gimnasium) • adult department • special library (IRB) • young adults librarian • school library advisor (R&Department ZCL) • Training Centre for Continuing Education of Librarians - two workshops for school librarians and children and YA librarians (new library services, reading programs and ICT in libraries) • presenter on conferences • lecturer on universities in Zagreb and Osijek • chair of the Section for library services for children and YA (CLA) • one of the coordinator the first Croatian National Campaign Promoting Reading Aloud to children from the earliest age SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  4. 4. Ana • school librarian (Elementary School Dubovac, Karlovac) • the county coordinator for primary and secondary school librarians' professional development • Best School Librarian award for 2016 (Croatian School Librarians Association, 2017) • Training Centre for Continuing Education of Librarians – workshop for school librarians (Reading programs and ICT in libraries) • presenter on conferences • vicepresident of the Croatian Reading Asociation (2006 – 2012) • editor of Hrčak : Croatina Reading Asociation’s magazine (2006 – 2016)
  5. 5. • DIGCOMP: A Framework for Developing and Understanding Digital Competence in Europe (2013) • Digital Agenda for Europe • Guidelines for library services for YA : Web 2.0 and Library Services for Young Adults: an introduction for librarians (2009) • IFLA School library guidelines (2015) SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
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  7. 7. • March 2015, Ministry of Culture • Education – preschool & reading • Education – school & reading • Institutions – libraries & reading • Publishers & readers • Croatian authors & reading • eBook • aims – to create a framework to improving reading skills, development reading culture and habits, reading with pleasure and understanding National Reading Strategy SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  8. 8. NRS – Swot analysis • Legislation • Invisibility • Lack of research • Population SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  9. 9. • New titles • Free access to digital content • eBook lending platform • Encouraging publishers • Promotion & popularization SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  10. 10. • digital textbooks • web portals ... by publishers • micro:bit - robotics and automation tools for entry into the world of programming and STEM in general (New) technology in our Schools facultative subject mandatory subject Primary school 5th – 8th grade since 2018/2019 in 5th and 6th grade High school first 2 years or all (3-4) years IT class (Computer Science)
  11. 11. the central point for accessing services/applications SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  12. 12. The purpose • to establish a system for the development of digitally mature schools • implementation of a system of digitally mature schools in the entire primary and secondary education system in the Republic of Croatia The aim • development of digitally competent students (continuous schooling, competitive on the labour market) https://www.e-skole.hr/en/e- schools/project-description/ since 2015. SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  13. 13. • part of the pilot project eSchools • Criteria and guidelines for designing quality eBooks • website with full text (eBooks) • SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  14. 14. Jasna Milički, Ph.D. Ana Sudarević * Required reading
  15. 15. • online survey for students (12 or 13 years old) • year(s): 2015 and 2017 (new!) • 2360 answers • 1169 girls; 1191 boys
  16. 16. COMPUTER 2114 SMARTPHONE 1085 TABLET (eReader)… Which device(s) do you own? 2015. ALL 3 DEVICES personal computer 89% 708 30% tablet or other eReader 52% smartphone 46% SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  17. 17. Do you like to read? In your opinion, reading is important. YES 1433 (60%) 2121 (90%) NO 927 (39%) 239 (10%) Likes to read/ reading is imprortant 1390 Doesn’t like reading/ reading is important 731 SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  18. 18. Have you read an eBook? YES 28% NO 72% YES 654 NO 1706 SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  19. 19. Would you rather read: printed book 62% eBook 38% eFormat would motivate me more to start reading eBooks*. YES 1148 (49%) NO 1212 (51%) SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  20. 20. CONCLUSION • generation prefers printed books • not enough knowledge about possibilities of eBooks • equal purchase of both printed and eBooks • offering students choice according to their own learning style SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  21. 21. Gfk* Croatia • April, 2017 • Book market research • Representative sample (1000 examinees) • Age, sex, religion… • Books reading, habits borrowing/buying books (bookstores, libraries, reading purpose, buying for children, adults…) • eBooks *GfK is international (market) research institute SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  22. 22. eBooksSLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  23. 23. 72% population have possibility to read on digital devices PC SMARTPHONE TABLET eREADER NONE 2014 - 70% 2013 - 64% 2015 - 73% 2016 - 72% 2017 - 72% 68% 62% +10% 68% 64% 64% 36% 19% +90% 38% +2% 44% 43% +5% 8% 4% +100% 14% +75% 16% 8% 1% 1% 1% 1% 2% 30% 36% -17% 27% -10% 28% 28% -1% IZVOR: GfK Hrvatska: Istraživanje tržišta knjiga; 2017; n=1.000 Question: Do you have possibility to read eBooks, as well as other literature on Internet, ie. do you have any digital device? (more answers) SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  24. 24. Digital devices are more possessed by: • from 15 to 44 years old (84% - 92%) • higher incomes (90%) Ana & Alka, SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30.10.2017.
  25. 25. IZVOR: GfK Hrvatska: Istraživanje tržišta knjiga; 2015; n=1.000 Q: Do you have possibility to read eBbooks, as well as other literature on Internet, ie. do you have any digital device? (more answers) • 8% YA from 15 to 24 doesn’t have any digital device and possibility to read eBooks • even 80% YA (from 15 to 24), and 59% adults (from 25 to 34) have smartphone (average 44%), while 21% have tablet (average 16%) SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  26. 26. On digital devices most frequently are read newspapers (from 72% which have digital devices) 75 27 19 18 17 12 2 10 Dnevne novine Portale s autorskim, kritičkim sadržajima Blogove s autorskim, kritičkim i drugim sadržajima Nespecijalizirane e-časopise i magazine Specijalizirane e-časopise i magazine Čitam E-knjige, ali ih ne kupujem Čitam E-knjige koje i kupujem Ne čitam niti povremeno sadržaje na Internetu eBooks IZVOR: GfK Hrvatska: Istraživanje tržišta knjiga; 2015; n=1.000 Q: Do you have possibility to read eBooks, as well as other literature on Internet, ie. do you have any digital device? (more answers) SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  27. 27. Reading eBooks (very slowly) grows 10 % 7 % 20132011 eBooks buying 1%2% 2014 0% 12% 2017 2% More often read: • Population in Zagreb – 19% • Younger population (15-24 yrs) – 21% • Highly educated population – 18% 12% 2015 2%1% 8 % 2016 12% IZVOR: GfK Hrvatska: Istraživanje tržišta knjiga; 2017; n=720 (only those who HAVE possibility to read on digital devices) SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  28. 28. CLICK & READ Digital Collection of Student’s Picturebooks About: • 8 picturebooks made by students • made for My first book contest • did not win (not published) • since 2005 Steps: 1. scanning every picturebook 2. editing pictures, typing full-text 3. creating document in pdf format 4. ISSUU – “flip the page” effect Goals: • students use new techology • to promote and support digital literacy • presenting original and unique works Further plans: • adding new picturebooks • organize the same project in other schools in KarlovacSLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  29. 29. Award: Best poster Students' Picture-book Digital Collection, Libraries in Digital the Age (LIDA), Dubrovnik, 2006. SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  30. 30. VIRTUAL COLLECTIONS: eBooks, eMagazines, eReference part of school library website SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
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  32. 32. Project „From book to tablet – School library for new generation(s)” • since 2015 - students initiative • High school in Labin (Istria) • Donation • Using eReaders • eBooks • Audiobooks • Reading corner SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  33. 33. Social media SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  34. 34. SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017 Project Wiki-dveri • Since 2009 • Collaboration 9 school libraries & public library Ante Kovačić (Zaprešić, ZCL) • Junior high school students (13-14 yrs) • Special library collection (about local cultural and natural heritage) • Cooperation, collaboration, team working by using books and other materials, learning digital skills, making new value on social media – wiki platform • Themes: castles; nature, ethnologic and historical heritage; famous persons; legendes and folk stories
  35. 35. Project Wiki dveri SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  36. 36. global education network • communication • learning materials (for practice) • quizzes • polls SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
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  38. 38. Slam it! SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017
  39. 39. Sources • Europa 2020. Europska komisija. http://ec.europa.eu/europe2020/europe-2020-in-a- nutshell/index_hr.htm • Digital agenda for Europe. European Commission. http://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda • Prijedlog Nacionalne strategije poticanja čitanja. Ministarstvo kulture. http://www.min- kulture.hr/userdocsimages/JAVNA%20RASPRAVA/M%20%C5%A0%20%20PRIJEDLOG%20NSP%C 4%8C%20-%20prije%20slanja%20na%20javnu%20raspravu%20- %20kopija%2022%204%202015%20%20(2).pdf • Smjernice za knjižnične usluge za djecu i mladež. Zagreb, Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, 2009 • Web 2.0 and Library Services for Young Adults: an introduction for librarians https://www.ifla.org/files/assets/libraries-for-children-and-ya/publications/web-2.0-and-library- services-for-young-adults.pdf • IFLA School Library Guidelines https://www.ifla.org/files/assets/school-libraries-resource- centers/publications/ifla-school-library-guidelines.pdf SLAMIT 7, Zagreb 30th October 2017

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