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How to transition to a virtual and physical learning commons, with 21 century principles
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Joyce Valenza on "Librarians and Social Capital" - YouTube

Librarians and Social Capital In a workshop built using social capital, Joyce examines practical strategies for leveraging social media to grow your network,...
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Social capital and community building is the endearing part of this video sharing at Library 2.0 this year.  

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Colorado Administrator Forges New Path for School Librarians

Colorado Administrator Forges New Path for School Librarians | 21 century Learning Commons | Scoop.it
When budget cuts forced her district to cut back on librarians' schedules, Julie A. Bowline re-deployed her librarians as digital literacy teachers.
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Cybrarians rock!  

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Literacy in the Digital Age

Literacy in the Digital Age | 21 century Learning Commons | Scoop.it
I have identified thirteen literacies that our students need to become well-rounded 21st-century citizens. These literacies are not taught as separate literacies but are taught across the content...
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Excellent ideas and teaching strategies, links to tools in this comprehensive page from well renowned researcher Kathy Shrock.

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Excellent resource for your inquiry based learning archives!

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The Original Flipped Classroom | Peer to Peer Review

The Original Flipped Classroom | Peer to Peer Review | 21 century Learning Commons | Scoop.it

When it comes to trendy pedagogy, libraries were ahead of the curve. Barbara Fister thinks we should celebrate a little

Two trends that seem to be in the news lately are the rise of MOOCs (massive open online courses that can be taken by huge numbers of students) and flipping the classroom. Both grow partly out of developments in technology that give teachers an opportunity to create digital versions of course content and share it online. Both take a traditional approach to teaching—the lecture—and move it online, giving students the opportunity to engage whenever they want, as often as they want, while providing new opportunities for teachers: to scale up their classroom to unprecedented sizes or to use traditional classrooms for more engaged and interactive forms of learning.

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