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José Luís Peixoto e Lobo Antunes na longlist do Femina

José Luís Peixoto e Lobo Antunes na longlist do Femina | Bibliotecas Escolares | Scoop.it
“Livro”, de José Luís Peixoto, e “O Arquipélago da Insónia”, de António Lobo Antunes, foram seleccionados em França para a longlist do Prémio Femina, com outros oito candidatos de entre os quais sairá uma shortlist a 8 de Outubro.
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"A grande fábrica das palavras"

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Best Free Reference Web Sites 2012 14th Annual List RUSA Emerging Technologies in Reference Section (MARS)

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Relatório Final da UE sobre literacia

Relatório Final da UE sobre literacia 9 de setembro de 2012 No dia 6 de setembro foi apresentado na Conferência "Literacy for All", promovida pela Presidência do Conselho da Europa da União Europeia,

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100 Helpful Blogs For School Librarians (And Teachers) | Edudemic

100 Helpful Blogs For School Librarians (And Teachers) | Edudemic | Bibliotecas Escolares | Scoop.it

We love librarians. They’re the gatekeepers of knowledge and always looking to explore new ways to enhance the learning experience. I learned about the latest trends in libraries at this year’s CALICON in San Diego and love the move toward open source, cross-library sharing, and going digital.

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The Ultimate Guide to The Use of Facebook in Education

The Ultimate Guide to The Use of Facebook in Education | Bibliotecas Escolares | Scoop.it

There is a growing controversy over the use of Facebook in education.Some argue for its integration and others disfavour it. I believe that the main reason behind this controversy is the lack of solid empirical researches about the overall value of not only Facebook but all other popular social networking in education. There are , however, some researchers ( like Crook and Harrison ,Charnigo, Barnett-Ellis, Hewitt and Forte, Mathews, Mazer and Murphy ) who have written about the potential of social networking in education, yet only few studies have specifically addressed its role in pedagogy.

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Mozilla working on iPad mobile browser to challenge Safari

Mozilla working on iPad mobile browser to challenge Safari | Bibliotecas Escolares | Scoop.it

"Mozilla is developing a new Web browser to challenge Safari on Apple's iPad."


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Twitter handbook for teachers

Twitter handbook for teachers

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Libraries 2020: Imagining the library of the (not too distant) future

Libraries 2020: Imagining the library of the (not too distant) future | Bibliotecas Escolares | Scoop.it
Kristen Purcell, Ph.D.Associate Director, Research Pew Internet Project SUNY Library Association Annual Conference June 7, 2012...
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iLibrarian » 10 Ways for Your Library to “Go Mobile”: Part I

iLibrarian » 10 Ways for Your Library to “Go Mobile”: Part I | Bibliotecas Escolares | Scoop.it

I’m currently preparing for a talk I’ll be giving at the LIBER 2012 Conference in Tartu, Estonia in June on Mobile Technologies and Libraries and I thought I’d share some of my discussion about how libraries can start participating in the mobile Web if they haven’t already:

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Critical reading for School leaders on the impact of school libraries on learning

Rutgers University Center for International scholarship in school libraries has  released the second part of their research into the impact of school libraries on learning.  Critical reading for school leaders


Via L2_S2S, Anu Ojaranta, Karen Bonanno, Rosa Martins, Lourense Das
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Libraries Loaning iPads

Here are some links about current library loaning projects:

Setting Up A Lending Program -Tips and resources for setting up an iPad lending program. Nova Southeastern University Health Professions Division LibraryiPad on loan: a project of the CMB UMCG – Background information, finding medical apps, and information on how to add bookmarks to iPad browser (check the side bar for a lot of information). University of Groningen Central Medical LibrarySetting up a library iPad program: Guidelins for success- Full text article in ACRL News by Sara Thompson at Briar Cliff UniversityContinuing the converstation: Integrating iPads and Tablet Computers into Library Services – ALA Tech Source article by Daniel Freeman.

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How To Use Twitter For Teaching And Learning | Edudemic

How To Use Twitter For Teaching And Learning | Edudemic | Bibliotecas Escolares | Scoop.it

 

Key Questions Answered


- Why should a teacher or education administrator use Twitter?

 

- How do I set up an account? (step-by-step instructions included!)

 

- What questions should I always ask myself when I follow someone?

 

- How do I tweet? How do I retweet? What the heck is a retweet?!

 

- How do I find good people to follow? Fellow teachers? People interested in what I like?

 

- What’s privacy like on Twitter?

 

- What should my profile photo be?

 

- What are the drawbacks of Twitter?

 

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Há cada vez mais livros a viajar nos transportes públicos

Há cada vez mais livros a viajar nos transportes públicos | Bibliotecas Escolares | Scoop.it
Numa sociedade cada vez mais apressada, a leitura nos transportes públicos é uma forma de se aproveitar o tempo gasto nas deslocações entre casa e o trabalho. E, pela comodidade, o comboio é onde mais se lê.
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Beautiful Libraries

Beautiful Libraries | Bibliotecas Escolares | Scoop.it
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10 Emerging Education and Instructional Technologies that all Educators Should Know About

10 Emerging Education and Instructional Technologies that all Educators Should Know About | Bibliotecas Escolares | Scoop.it
The technologies that can have the best impact on education are evolving quickly from year to year, and the pace seems to be quickening.
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Copyright and Copyleft…read all about it!

Copyright and Copyleft…read all about it! | Bibliotecas Escolares | Scoop.it
The world of copyright can be a confusing and complex place…therefore ResourceLink has created a ‘one stop shop’ intended to provide educators and students with a simple to unders...
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Parents' Guide to Protecting Kids' Privacy Online

Parents' Guide to Protecting Kids' Privacy Online | Bibliotecas Escolares | Scoop.it
Advice from Common Sense Media editors. Everything you need to know about pictures, settings, COPPA, and more.
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Afonso Cruz. A geometria das solidões num Alentejo que brinda com Cristo | iOnline

Afonso Cruz. A geometria das solidões num Alentejo que brinda com Cristo | iOnline | Bibliotecas Escolares | Scoop.it

Entrevista com Afonso Cruz

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20 Twitter Chats Every Librarian Should Know About

20 Twitter Chats Every Librarian Should Know About | Bibliotecas Escolares | Scoop.it

Libraries are increasingly getting hip to using Twitter as a tool, with many offering the service as a point of contact with librarians. But Twitter is an excellent tool for librarian learning as well, offering lots of great opportunities for discussion.

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The Role of the Library in a Digital World

Presented at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh June 4th, 2012...
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Social Media, Social Networking and School Libraries.

Social networking is a participatory medium that is changing the very nature of our professional connections, our community practices and the nature of learning...

Via Rosa Martins, Lourense Das
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With Everything Becoming Available Electronically, We Will No Longer Need Librarians

With Everything Becoming Available Electronically, We Will No Longer Need Librarians | Bibliotecas Escolares | Scoop.it

With the threat of Kindles, Nooks, and Google taking over the world of research and reading, do students need to be taught Information Literacy skills, or are they doing fine without librarians? I believe that as our access to information grows, the need for teachers of Information Literacy will only become more crucial.

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65º Festival de Cannes apresenta várias adaptações de livros para o cinema

65º Festival de Cannes apresenta várias adaptações de livros para o cinema | Bibliotecas Escolares | Scoop.it
Kerouac e o seu livro de culto «Pé na estrada», Don DeLillo e «Cosmópolis», Hemingway, Mauriac, Anouilh ou Musset: o 65º Festival de Cannes apresentará diversas adaptações, uma verdadeira biblioteca viva que irá subir as escadas do Palácio ao lado...
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Are School Libraries Becoming Obsolete? - Leading From the Classroom

Are School Libraries Becoming Obsolete? - Leading From the Classroom | Bibliotecas Escolares | Scoop.it
Mrs. Carmenates, school librarian and guest blogger, and I recently had a discussion about Linda Braun's article Next Year's Model in the School Library Journal.

Next Year's Model tells the story of Sarah Ludwig, a former school librarian, who later became a technology coordinator at a school in Connecticut. Realizing that librarians are experts in information literacy, she was in a unique position to help students and teachers.

The article concludes:

"Once you remove yourself from the physical constraints of the library, you have more freedom, because you aren't limited by the title and the expectations of the job. If you get out of your library and take your knowledge everywhere, then you become a resource--no longer the keeper of a physical space or objects. You can focus on the most important skills that students need. You can take a fresh look at your curriculum and decide what's really important for your students to experience."

Braun asks, "Is this the future of the profession?" Is Sarah the model of the librarian of the future?

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