Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Mobile Native: BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Toolbox

The Mobile Native: BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Toolbox. lots of great resources here!

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What’s Doing with QR Codes?

Easy, quick, and free . . . who could ask for anything more? QR codes show up everywhere from coupons to billboards and School Library Media Specialists are using them in dynamic ways to engage students, push information to patrons, … Continue reading

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Educational Technology Bill of Rights for Students

Educational Technology Bill of Rights for Students via Digital Learning Environments.

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Bring Your Own Technology – And Thinking About Equity

Bring Your Own Technology – And Thinking About Equity” ” Simply encouraging students to bring their own devices is not enough, or an effective strategy.  The strategy must be purposeful, supported and unified for both teachers and students.  Failure to do this will leave us … Continue reading

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School Libraries Grapple with Surge in Ereaders

School Libraries Grapple with Surge in Ereaders “school librarians have observed that more students had acquired digital reading devices over the winter break, too—providing an opportunity for lessons on ebook borrowing, not to mention piracy.” via The Digital Shift.  

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Mobile information literacy

Mobile information literacy – Let’s use an app for that! “As librarians, we are responsible for teaching students how to become information literate. The goal of information literacy classes is to turn students into independent thinkers by teaching them different ways … Continue reading

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The Library as a Digital Learning Space

The Library as a Digital Learning Space part of a series on the changing role of the K-12 library in THE Journal.  

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