School Libraries around the world
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School libraries are an indispensible function in education. Adopt the school library function in your school and improve the learning results.
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International Journal of Education and Development using ICT:  Vol. 12, No. 1 (2016)

IJEDICT aims to strengthen links between research and practice in ICT in education and development in hitherto less developed parts of the world, e.g., developing countries (especially small states), and rural and remote regions of developed countries. The emphasis is on providing a space for researchers, practitioners and theoreticians to jointly explore ideas using an eclectic mix of research methods and disciplines.
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Latest issue IJEDICT with interesting articles on school libraries and technology, like Adoption, integration and use of ICT in teaching; Developing technology needs assessments for educational programs; Classroom ICT integration in Tanzania; Student perception on a student response system formed by combining mobile phone and a polling website and more ....
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For the Year Ahead, What's Hot and What's Not in Ed Tech

For the Year Ahead, What's Hot and What's Not in Ed Tech | School Libraries around the world | Scoop.it
Our panel of experts determines which ed tech devices and practices are heating up, and which are losing steam, in 2013.

Via Karen Bonanno
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All educators, including teacher/school librarians need to know what 'is hot or not' in educational technology, as we all use it daily in our professional work and our work with students

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Karen Bonanno's curator insight, February 24, 2013 3:12 PM

Teacher librarians need to be across what's hot and what's not as the trends do impact on the services delivered by the school library 24/7.

Dr. Laura Sheneman's curator insight, February 25, 2013 8:56 AM

Excellent list to examine and good points to ponder for why it's hot or lukewarm.

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The League of Extraordinary Librarians: media specialists are leading the way as tech superheroes

The League of Extraordinary Librarians: media specialists are leading the way as tech superheroes | School Libraries around the world | Scoop.it

Meet the latest tech superheroes: school librarians. According to School Library Journal’s 2012 School Technology Survey, media specialists are leading the charge to bring new media, mobile devices, social apps, and web-based technologies into our nation’s classrooms.

 

So far, the results have been pretty impressive: 87 percent of school librarians report that they’re in charge of their library’s technology, with 60 percent adding that they’ve also introduced it into the classroom. Furthermore, 44 percent now serve on their school’s tech team, and in these budget-troubled times, when many library positions are on the line, that role may mean increased job security. In fact, 55 percent of the elementary, middle, and high school librarians that responded to our survey say that their tech skills have increased their value in administrators’ eyes.


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Karen du Toit's curator insight, April 24, 2013 5:09 AM

Librarians are tech superheroes as well!

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How can students learn with and through technology in primary school?

Diana van Walsum (2012) Learning with and through technology in primary school: Creating a movie of my own hero’s quest myth, Centre for Information Technology in Education, Faculty of Education...

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Libraries go high-tech, maintain relevancy

Libraries go high-tech, maintain relevancy | School Libraries around the world | Scoop.it
The libraries offer a variety of services and programs from reading incentives to research to “maker spaces,” a place for students to create and think.
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With Digital Technologies, Can School Libraries Help Transform Learning?

With Digital Technologies, Can School Libraries Help Transform Learning? | School Libraries around the world | Scoop.it
At the Elizabeth Forward High School library in Elizabeth, PA, beanbag chairs have replaced study carrels, computers are everywhere, and instead of a cranky librarian telling kids to be quiet, there's a new music studio.

Via Kent Wallén, Karen Bonanno
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Joyce Valenza's curator insight, January 30, 2013 2:56 PM

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Anne McLean's curator insight, January 30, 2013 6:34 PM

School libraries need to be hip, cool and relevant to the demands of their school communities.  Kids love this modern approach and feel welcome in their school library.

Sue Kowalski's comment, February 23, 2013 11:25 AM
We need to empower ALL to be part of the CURATION that way they are MAKING and ENGAGING not just receiving
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The Digital Transformation of Education: A 21st Century Imperative

The Digital Transformation of Education: A 21st Century Imperative | School Libraries around the world | Scoop.it

As we push forward with the digital transformation of education, it's worth taking a look at just how greatly technology can impact teaching and learning in this country.


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Life in a Inquiry Driven, Technology-Embedded, Connected Classroom: Science | Powerful Learning Practice

Life in a Inquiry Driven, Technology-Embedded, Connected Classroom: Science | Powerful Learning Practice | School Libraries around the world | Scoop.it

I teach in an inquiry, project-based, technology embedded classroom. A mouthful, I know. So what does that mean? It means I lecture less, and my students explore more. It means that I create a classroom where students encounter concepts, via labs and other methods, before they necessarily understand all the specifics of what is happening.


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