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Internet@Schools                 Terri Fredericka, INFOhio                  Stephen Abram, Gale,                    Cengag...
Homework: The New  Normal
Connections                  Common Core                  Digital Access                  With Teens and Teacherswww.infoh...
YEARSwww.infohio.org
Traditional Services                  Thank You!        Library                Research      Automation               Data...
80                 Percent of           Districts Automatedwww.infohio.org
1.8         Million Studentswww.infohio.org
District Budgetswww.infohio.org
Student Needswww.infohio.org
We do the digging forthem…www.infohio.org
Schools’ Critical Needs                  Third Grade Guarantee                  College and Career Readiness              ...
Third Grade Reading Guarantee                  Not reading                  by grade 3                  Four times as     ...
Start Ready, Leave Ready         College and Career Readiness                         Slide courtesy of the Ohio Departmen...
Are Students Prepared?                                                               Average percentage   100             ...
HOW?www.infohio.org
Common Core Adoption Map                      Adopted                      Not Adoptedwww.infohio.org
Common Core’s 3 Big Ideas     1. Literacy is everyone’s job.     2. Students must read complex texts        independently ...
Terms You’ll Hear                  Literacy Across the Curriculum                            Research                     ...
Shift to Nonfiction TextsInformational textmakes up the vastmajority of therequired reading incollege/workplace www.infohi...
How CanPublic Libraries Help?www.infohio.org
Add More Nonfiction www.infohio.org
Suggest Nonfiction During RA www.infohio.org
Help Students Step Up www.infohio.org
Homework Help Centers www.infohio.org
Package Your Resources www.infohio.org
Widgetswww.infohio.org
Pathfinders/Guideswww.infohio.org
Digital Accesswww.infohio.org
For more Information:INFOhio Toolkit                  http://www.infohio.org/toolkitwww.infohio.org
For More Information:Symbaloowww.infohio.org
For More Information:Battelle for Kids                  www.battelleforkids.orgwww.infohio.org
For More Information:                                  Common                                  Core                       ...
IMatrix-imatrix.infohio.orgwww.infohio.org
GO! ASK, ACT, ACHIEVE—go.infohio.orgwww.infohio.org
Asking the Right Questions                  Ask helps students                  get started with                  their re...
Taking Appropriate Action                  Act helps students                  find and organize                  informat...
Achieving Results                  Achieve helps                  students create                  and present the        ...
Spotlighted Resourceswww.infohio.org
How Do ICommunicate with    Teachers? Public Librarians?www.infohio.org
Knowledge Building Community www.infohio.org
@INFOhio                     INFOhio                    www.infohio.orgwww.infohio.org
What do I care about?www.infohio.org
ROLE OF LIBRARIAN(S),    TEACHERS, ADMINISTRATIONwww.infohio.org
VALUE AND PROOFS    ADVOCACYwww.infohio.org
CURRICULUM ALIGNMENTwww.infohio.org
ASSESSMENTwww.infohio.org
READABILITY: LEXILESwww.infohio.org
DEVELOPMENTAL ISSUESwww.infohio.org
SCAFFOLDINGwww.infohio.org
EXPERIENCE PORTALSwww.infohio.org
LEARNING STYLESwww.infohio.org
FROM GROCERY STORE TO    MEALwww.infohio.org
FRAMING: THE ROLE OF    ENCYCLOPEDIAwww.infohio.org
DISCOVERYwww.infohio.org
THE DIGITAL SHIFT CREATES    WEAKNESSES TOOwww.infohio.org
PRIMARY SOURCESwww.infohio.org
SECONDARY SOURCESwww.infohio.org
TERTIARY, NEXT GENERATION    SOURCESwww.infohio.org
INFORMATION ETHICS:    CITATIONwww.infohio.org
SAFETY: IDENTITY, PRIVACY,    BULLYING, CONFIDENTIALITY,    PURCHASING, …www.infohio.org
PARTNERSHIPS FOR ACTIONwww.infohio.org
BRAINSTORM SUSTAINABLE    PARTNERSHIPSwww.infohio.org
PUBLIC LIBRARY / SCHOOL    LIBRARY PARTNERSHIPSwww.infohio.org
GAMIFICATIONwww.infohio.org
TECHNOLOGY SKILLS: BYOD,    FORMAT, SEARCH, …www.infohio.org
SCALABILITYwww.infohio.org
IMPACT: OUTPUTS,    PERFORMANCE, …www.infohio.org
PREPAREDNESSwww.infohio.org
THE WORLD THEY’LL SUCCEED    IN AND NOT THE ONE THAT’S    OVERwww.infohio.org
DISCUSSIONwww.infohio.org
Slides will appears on Stephen’s Lighthouse    THANK YOUwww.infohio.org
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  1. 1. Internet@Schools Terri Fredericka, INFOhio Stephen Abram, Gale, Cengage Learning Internet Librarian, Oct. 23, 2012www.infohio.org
  2. 2. Homework: The New Normal
  3. 3. Connections Common Core Digital Access With Teens and Teacherswww.infohio.org
  4. 4. YEARSwww.infohio.org
  5. 5. Traditional Services Thank You! Library Research Automation Databases Communicationwww.infohio.org
  6. 6. 80 Percent of Districts Automatedwww.infohio.org
  7. 7. 1.8 Million Studentswww.infohio.org
  8. 8. District Budgetswww.infohio.org
  9. 9. Student Needswww.infohio.org
  10. 10. We do the digging forthem…www.infohio.org
  11. 11. Schools’ Critical Needs Third Grade Guarantee College and Career Readiness Common Corewww.infohio.org
  12. 12. Third Grade Reading Guarantee Not reading by grade 3 Four times as likely to drop out of school Slide courtesy of the Ohio Department of Educationwww.infohio.org
  13. 13. Start Ready, Leave Ready College and Career Readiness Slide courtesy of the Ohio Department of Educationwww.infohio.org
  14. 14. Are Students Prepared? Average percentage 100 of students in their current classes 90 teachers believe 80 could leave HS 70 65% 62% prepared to succeed 60 60% in a 2- or 4-year college 50 40 30 PK – 5 6–8 9 – 12 20 10 0 Strongly agree Slide courtesy of the Ohio Department of Educationwww.infohio.org
  15. 15. HOW?www.infohio.org
  16. 16. Common Core Adoption Map Adopted Not Adoptedwww.infohio.org
  17. 17. Common Core’s 3 Big Ideas 1. Literacy is everyone’s job. 2. Students must read complex texts independently and proficiently in every discipline. 3. Students must write argumentative and explanatory texts in every discipline (process writing and on- demand writing). Barnhart, Marcia, INFOhio Common Core ELA and Literacy Standards webinar, 2-12-12. www.infohio.org
  18. 18. Terms You’ll Hear Literacy Across the Curriculum Research Mathematical Principles College & Career Readiness Text Complexitywww.infohio.org
  19. 19. Shift to Nonfiction TextsInformational textmakes up the vastmajority of therequired reading incollege/workplace www.infohio.org
  20. 20. How CanPublic Libraries Help?www.infohio.org
  21. 21. Add More Nonfiction www.infohio.org
  22. 22. Suggest Nonfiction During RA www.infohio.org
  23. 23. Help Students Step Up www.infohio.org
  24. 24. Homework Help Centers www.infohio.org
  25. 25. Package Your Resources www.infohio.org
  26. 26. Widgetswww.infohio.org
  27. 27. Pathfinders/Guideswww.infohio.org
  28. 28. Digital Accesswww.infohio.org
  29. 29. For more Information:INFOhio Toolkit http://www.infohio.org/toolkitwww.infohio.org
  30. 30. For More Information:Symbaloowww.infohio.org
  31. 31. For More Information:Battelle for Kids www.battelleforkids.orgwww.infohio.org
  32. 32. For More Information: Common Core No Sweat Boot Camp http://www.infohio.org/educator/bootcamp.htmlwww.infohio.org
  33. 33. IMatrix-imatrix.infohio.orgwww.infohio.org
  34. 34. GO! ASK, ACT, ACHIEVE—go.infohio.orgwww.infohio.org
  35. 35. Asking the Right Questions Ask helps students get started with their research.www.infohio.org
  36. 36. Taking Appropriate Action Act helps students find and organize information, either alone or in a group.www.infohio.org
  37. 37. Achieving Results Achieve helps students create and present the results of their research.www.infohio.org
  38. 38. Spotlighted Resourceswww.infohio.org
  39. 39. How Do ICommunicate with Teachers? Public Librarians?www.infohio.org
  40. 40. Knowledge Building Community www.infohio.org
  41. 41. @INFOhio INFOhio www.infohio.orgwww.infohio.org
  42. 42. What do I care about?www.infohio.org
  43. 43. ROLE OF LIBRARIAN(S), TEACHERS, ADMINISTRATIONwww.infohio.org
  44. 44. VALUE AND PROOFS ADVOCACYwww.infohio.org
  45. 45. CURRICULUM ALIGNMENTwww.infohio.org
  46. 46. ASSESSMENTwww.infohio.org
  47. 47. READABILITY: LEXILESwww.infohio.org
  48. 48. DEVELOPMENTAL ISSUESwww.infohio.org
  49. 49. SCAFFOLDINGwww.infohio.org
  50. 50. EXPERIENCE PORTALSwww.infohio.org
  51. 51. LEARNING STYLESwww.infohio.org
  52. 52. FROM GROCERY STORE TO MEALwww.infohio.org
  53. 53. FRAMING: THE ROLE OF ENCYCLOPEDIAwww.infohio.org
  54. 54. DISCOVERYwww.infohio.org
  55. 55. THE DIGITAL SHIFT CREATES WEAKNESSES TOOwww.infohio.org
  56. 56. PRIMARY SOURCESwww.infohio.org
  57. 57. SECONDARY SOURCESwww.infohio.org
  58. 58. TERTIARY, NEXT GENERATION SOURCESwww.infohio.org
  59. 59. INFORMATION ETHICS: CITATIONwww.infohio.org
  60. 60. SAFETY: IDENTITY, PRIVACY, BULLYING, CONFIDENTIALITY, PURCHASING, …www.infohio.org
  61. 61. PARTNERSHIPS FOR ACTIONwww.infohio.org
  62. 62. BRAINSTORM SUSTAINABLE PARTNERSHIPSwww.infohio.org
  63. 63. PUBLIC LIBRARY / SCHOOL LIBRARY PARTNERSHIPSwww.infohio.org
  64. 64. GAMIFICATIONwww.infohio.org
  65. 65. TECHNOLOGY SKILLS: BYOD, FORMAT, SEARCH, …www.infohio.org
  66. 66. SCALABILITYwww.infohio.org
  67. 67. IMPACT: OUTPUTS, PERFORMANCE, …www.infohio.org
  68. 68. PREPAREDNESSwww.infohio.org
  69. 69. THE WORLD THEY’LL SUCCEED IN AND NOT THE ONE THAT’S OVERwww.infohio.org
  70. 70. DISCUSSIONwww.infohio.org
  71. 71. Slides will appears on Stephen’s Lighthouse THANK YOUwww.infohio.org

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