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Cut-and-paste generation takes on suspect websites

Cut-and-paste generation takes on suspect websites | School Libraries and the importance of remaining current. | Scoop.it
Cut-and-paste generation takes on suspect websites...
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Ngozi Odochi (Godwell) Nwokocha's comment, November 3, 2012 9:54 PM
''The '.org' websites are the ones that trick them most. Years ago we were taught that these were just organisations putting out information but if you look now lots of them show a particularly strong bias.''
John Evans's comment, November 4, 2012 9:08 AM
I've collected some more of these sites here: http://joevans.pbworks.com/w/page/12725920/Web%20Search%20and%20Verification
Elizabeth Hutchinson's comment, November 6, 2012 4:02 AM
Thanks John your list is really useful!
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Snapchat Is Now The #3 Social App Among Millennials | TechCrunch

Snapchat Is Now The #3 Social App Among Millennials | TechCrunch | School Libraries and the importance of remaining current. | Scoop.it
Snapchat is now the third most popular social app among millennials, according to a recent report by comScore which finds that Snapchat has 32.9% penetration..

Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)
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This seems to be the next thing that I need to learn about. #alwayslearning 

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Susan Denise PortilloRoche's curator insight, August 13, 6:35 AM

Learning about Snap Chap.

Leonard P. Miller's curator insight, August 13, 12:15 PM

The Facebook lead is astounding. My students report is most often that FB is NOT their platform of choice!

gwynethjones's curator insight, August 13, 7:25 PM

This is a must convo for Digital Citizenship

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Parents feel left behind by the accelerating pace of technology

Parents feel left behind by the accelerating pace of technology | School Libraries and the importance of remaining current. | Scoop.it
They also wish that schools would make more effort with tech homework assignments that could include parents, and bring them and kids together in...

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No need to feel that you are being left behind. Get down to your library and we can explain it all. @SLS Guernseyeven runs courses for you to learn how to keep up. 

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, August 8, 6:50 PM

The pace of digital technology change is such that everyone is being left behind. It is important to develop skills which allow adaptation rather than mastery. The object is not to understand one type of digital technology, but to have skills that allow us to move from one to another as they emerge and work together.

 

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Nancy J. Herr's curator insight, August 9, 5:40 AM

One of our biggest goals and challenges is excellent communication with and engagement of parents. Let's not leave them behind!

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The 6-step guide to flipping your classroom - Daily Genius

The 6-step guide to flipping your classroom - Daily Genius | School Libraries and the importance of remaining current. | Scoop.it
It’s one of the most talked-about trends in education right now. Right behind the iPad and Common Core. Flipping your classroom is a trend that doesn’t seem to be going away any time soon. That’s great, because it offers a lot of advantages for your classroom regardless of your students’ age or what subject matter you’re presenting in your classroom. If you’re new to the concept, flipping your classroom can feel a little bit overwhelming: How much should I switch around? What is best for the classroom vs at home? Why am I doing this again anyway?

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I would really like to try this but as a school librarian I don't have lessons I can give out content to the students first as I generally teach one off lessons. Do any librarians teach using flipped learning and if so how does it work for you? 

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Tina Jameson's curator insight, August 7, 4:26 PM

Simple infographic that gives clear and simple guidance to the process of 'flipping' a lesson.  Good to demonstrate 'simplicity' of process to sceptical colleagues.

Kristen McGowan's comment, August 9, 2:21 PM
This was an incredibly quick read being an infographic. While flipping the classroom sounds like a daunting process, this 6 step guide provides a clear sequence on how to initiate this change.
Kristen McGowan's comment, August 9, 2:21 PM
This was an incredibly quick read being an infographic. While flipping the classroom sounds like a daunting process, this 6 step guide provides a clear sequence on how to initiate this change.
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Libraries Are Not a "Netflix" for Books - BOOK RIOT

Libraries Are Not a "Netflix" for Books - BOOK RIOT | School Libraries and the importance of remaining current. | Scoop.it
If there’s one phrase I dislike more than the latest company touting itself as the “Netflix for books,” it’s when the retort is that such a thing already exists and it’s called the library. The library is not a Netflix for books.

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Why you need your librarian 26 reasonsroad3 | Piktochart Infographic Editor

Why you need your librarian                          26 reasonsroad3 | Piktochart Infographic Editor | School Libraries and the importance of remaining current. | Scoop.it
26 reasonsroad3

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Wanted to know why librarians were important. Read this.

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An Awfully Big Blog Adventure: School Library Services – and why we need them – by Emma Barnes

An Awfully Big Blog Adventure: School Library Services – and why we need them – by Emma Barnes | School Libraries and the importance of remaining current. | Scoop.it
a defense of school library services
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It's great to hear someone stick up for Schools Library Services. thank you  Emma Barnes. 

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SLS Guernsey's curator insight, June 25, 12:42 AM

School Libraries are important!

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Opening Minds

Opening Minds | School Libraries and the importance of remaining current. | Scoop.it

School Libraries and Teacher Librarians (RT @HazeC: School libraries and Teacher Librarians are Irreplaceable http://t.co/RAiiIwlGhC #bced #bctf #bctla #teacherlibrarian)...


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Why school libraries with qualified librarians are so important.

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Glenda Morris's curator insight, June 15, 4:51 AM
Highlights the importance of teacher librarians in schools
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Support for statutory school libraries grows | The Bookseller

Support for statutory school libraries grows | The Bookseller | School Libraries and the importance of remaining current. | Scoop.it
Book Publishing Industry News. Regular news updates from The Bookseller's news desk. The latest press reports about the publishing sector and updates from the City
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What society puts it's prisoners rights before it's children's?  Time to make it a statutory right to have a library and qualified librarian in every school just like they do in prisons. 

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SLS Guernsey's curator insight, June 25, 12:42 AM

Time for change!

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Breakthrough in copyright law reform confirmed | CILIP

Breakthrough in copyright law reform confirmed | CILIP | School Libraries and the importance of remaining current. | Scoop.it
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Interesting report from CILIP about how the copyright law could be changing. 

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Social learning at work | CILIP

Social learning at work | CILIP | School Libraries and the importance of remaining current. | Scoop.it
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At last information literacy in the work place. This will my my life easier when talking about how important information literacy is beyond school. 

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Will Libraries Exist in the Future? If So, They’ll Be Very Different.

Will Libraries Exist in the Future? If So, They’ll Be Very Different. | School Libraries and the importance of remaining current. | Scoop.it
Around the turn of the 20th century—a golden age for libraries in America—the Snead Bookshelf Company of Louisville, Ky., developed a new system for large-stack library shelving. Snead’s multifloor stack systems can still be seen in many important libraries built in that era, for instance at Harvard, Columbia, the Vatican,...

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Elizabeth Hutchinson's insight:

I'm about to do an assembly on how libraries will look in the future. This article will really help. Thank you for sharing! 

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Are School Libraries Obsolete?

(This week's guest blogger is Catherine Stuart, librarian at Rosemont School of the Holy Child.) It happened again last week. Someone at a party asked me what I do for a living and when I told him I was a school librarian, ...

Via Karen Bonanno, Lourense Das
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A lovely piece about how important school libraries really are! 

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Lourense Das's curator insight, April 16, 8:10 AM

Another interesting article why school libraries are NOT obsolete

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Designing your school library

“ A presentation for the Leicester City Schools LRC Connect Project May 2012 http://tleblog.leicester.gov.uk/?p=129”


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I will be using some of this in my next assembly...very useful! Thanks 

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Anu Ojaranta's curator insight, April 14, 1:13 AM

Brittish school libraries...

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Guess the Shelfie competition

Guess the Shelfie competition | School Libraries and the importance of remaining current. | Scoop.it
One of our Book Week competitions this year is the Shelfie - a photo of your bookshelf or a selection that best represents you and your reading tastes and history. Prize and even perhaps prizes for...
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I came across this on global TL: librarians without borders and it was too good an idea not to share. I love it! 

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Want to know what students think? This librarian asked them!

Want to know what students think? This librarian asked them! | School Libraries and the importance of remaining current. | Scoop.it

Via Joyce Valenza
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we need to start listening to our students. We are there for them and we can give them a voice. 

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Joyce Valenza's curator insight, August 3, 2:27 PM

Shannon Miller on the importance of student voice.

SLS Guernsey's curator insight, August 4, 12:34 AM

The best way to find out what students think about their school libraries is to ask them!

Anu Ojaranta's curator insight, August 4, 1:30 AM

Koulukirjastonhoitaja Iowasta kyseli oppilailta Twitterin kautta, mitä he koululta haluavat ja mitä siitä ajattelevat . Lista on ehdottomasti tutustumisen arvoinen!! 

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Last Minute Ideas for Children’s Book Week 2014

Last Minute Ideas for Children’s Book Week 2014 | School Libraries and the importance of remaining current. | Scoop.it

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This looks great! Full,of very useful ideas. 

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SLS Guernsey's curator insight, July 24, 4:31 AM

Really useful and full of great ideas.

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A Free Comprehensive Digital Library Packed Full of Resources for Teachers

A Free Comprehensive Digital Library Packed Full of Resources for Teachers | School Libraries and the importance of remaining current. | Scoop.it

Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)
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More resources for teachers to use. So glad people share, love sharing! 

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SLS Guernsey's curator insight, July 16, 4:52 AM

Something for our teachers.

gwynethjones's curator insight, July 16, 7:11 PM

SWEET!

Kim Lindskog's curator insight, July 25, 2:24 PM

In one of the newsletters information was shared on DPLA, if you missed it watch the video to learn more about The Digital Public Library of America.

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What Does the Next-Generation School Library Look Like?

What Does the Next-Generation School Library Look Like? | School Libraries and the importance of remaining current. | Scoop.it
A school library blossoms from a quiet reading and research space to a full-scale "Learning Commons."

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This is definitely remaining current. Very inspiring! 

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Joyce Valenza's curator insight, June 22, 6:11 AM

"Case in point: Monticello High School in Charlottesville, Virginia. When librarian Joan Ackroyd arrived there four years ago, she found an environment very different from the “engaging, creative, fun” elementary and middle school libraries to which she was accustomed. “Its library was none of those things,” she recalls. “It was a traditional, quiet research space.”

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9 Powerful (And FREE) Tools To Boost Summer Learning - Edudemic

9 Powerful (And FREE) Tools To Boost Summer Learning - Edudemic | School Libraries and the importance of remaining current. | Scoop.it
Rapidly approaching the dog days of summer (give or take a few days or weeks), I felt a need to share a power packed suitcase of tools that could be used to archive your summer highlights and memories. Many educators never really go on vacation. While they may appear to be leisurely sipping daiquiris on …
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Some really great ideas! 

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Elizabeth Hutchinson's curator insight, June 17, 10:17 PM

This is full of great ideas. Will try some this summer I'm sure. 

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School libraries as agents of change

South African school libraries in context and it’s role in transforming society, culture, economics, democracy and community development.


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A message for all of us. 

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20 most clever ads for books, bookstores and libraries

20 most clever ads for books, bookstores and libraries | School Libraries and the importance of remaining current. | Scoop.it
A list of most creative, award-winning print ads for books, bookshops and libraries.

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Nice one for a Friday! Have a good weekend! 

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Zarah Gagatiga's curator insight, May 25, 4:48 PM

I like no. 13 :-)

Dr. Laura Sheneman's curator insight, May 26, 1:48 PM

These ads will make you smile.  Take a quick peek.  Maybe they'll inspire you!

Anna Rauvenpoor's curator insight, May 29, 8:44 AM

I will be shamelessly stealing some of these great ideas.

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A Curated Journal of the Best Copyright-Free Contents Available Online: The Public Domain Review

A Curated Journal of the Best Copyright-Free Contents Available Online: The Public Domain Review | School Libraries and the importance of remaining current. | Scoop.it
Online journal dedicated to showcasing the most interesting and unusual out-of-copyright works available on the web

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Elizabeth Hutchinson's insight:

An amazing resource! Thanks to everyone who shared this. 

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Lara N. Madden's curator insight, May 21, 11:39 AM

This could be a great resource for both educators and students.

Allan Tsuda's curator insight, May 21, 5:55 PM

Fantastic resource for digital content.

Linda Denty's curator insight, May 21, 6:55 PM

This is so awesome everyone should bookmark it.

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LILAC 2014 Conference papers now online

LILAC 2014 Conference papers now online | School Libraries and the importance of remaining current. | Scoop.it

access papers from this major event. 2014 themes were: 

Innovative approaches to IL (sponsored by York St John University)Putting theory into practice (sponsored by Aberystwyth University)Transitions – IL from cradle to tombOutreach and collaboration (sponsored by Information School, University of Sheffield)IL on a shoestringHealth literacy (sponsored by the CILIP Health Libraries Group)


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It was an amazing conference. Well done for putting on a great show. Already looking forward to next year. 

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5 Skills to Help You Start Your Online Personal Teaching Network ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

5 Skills to Help You Start Your Online Personal Teaching Network ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | School Libraries and the importance of remaining current. | Scoop.it

Over the last decade the educational landscape has witnessed some landsliding changes thanks to the massive uptake of digital technology and broadband access. Even those core notions related to the role of the teacher and student in the learning/ teaching equation ,which have been intact for years and years, have been revolutionized.


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Maybe it's. Time to start being brave...

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Information Overload? 10 Ways You & Your Students Can Deal With It - Open Culture

Information Overload? 10 Ways You & Your Students Can Deal With It - Open Culture | School Libraries and the importance of remaining current. | Scoop.it

"If you read the Internet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, it would take you 57,000 years to reach the end. You could bind the pages in a 10,000-foot-tall book weighing 1.2 billion pounds. Printing it would require half a million liters of ink, which is the volume of fuel it would take to power a 747 jet leaving New York and heading east to Tokyo. It would use enough paper to cover half of Long Island, or twice the number of trees in Central Park. If the Ancient Babylonians had started printing the Internet in 1800 BC, they’d be done right about now!"


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Interesting read. 

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, April 8, 5:30 PM

To say there is a massive amount of information that comes our way each day is not an understatement. How we deal with information is a different question. If you are feeling overwhelmed but it, or your students are feeling overwhelmed, then you may want to read this post.

Did you know that researchers say that it is "our inability to organize and process it...without experience cognitive overload." The Internet keeps providing us with "just one more link" so knowing when to stop is difficult. 

After this discussion the post looks at Concerns for Students and Teachers, discussing eleven areas such as:

* Distractedness

* Mobility madness

* Impaired research skills

Each of these areas are described.

The final section looks at Management Techniques, beginning by looking at a number of ways people have attempted to map the Internet before moving on to a list of ten management techniques that may help you (and your students) prevent information overload including:

* Help students understand the structure of the web and the concept of networking

* Hone your research skills and help students hone theirs

* Use activity streams

Additional information on these techniques (and seven more) are in the post. 

Melissa Marshall's curator insight, April 8, 6:15 PM

This is an excellent article if you are suffering Internet fatigue. We are taking in more and more information than our brain can process about so many general things, rather than specialising like we used to. According to the article, the feeling of being digitally overwhelmed comes from "our inability to organise and process it...without experiencing cognitive overload." The Internet keeps providing us with "just one more link" so knowing when to stop is difficult. 

There is a section called 'Concerns for Students' which is quite insightful.