What the library can do for you!

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The future is coming! The future is coming!

Is this text already too long for you? I once had a teacher tell me that if he had to scroll down to read an email, he didn't read it.


Let's keep this short.


I'll use this smore as an example of three-dimensional reading. Click on the links and enjoy!


  • digital and media literacy
  • gamification: incentivizing learning
  • using eResources to create course materials
  • databases: advanced search and refining your results
  • eBooks
  • create narrative for multi-player games: multiple perspectives
  • New Literacies
  • Curation and curation tools
  • Coursera
  • Goodreads
  • Barbara McVeigh @barbaramcveigh


    @coachk: Remember: "The person who does the work does the learning." Kids need to own their learning. #hacked13 #iste13#edchat #tlchat

    Retweeted by FMSS Library



Content curation

Tired of students mindlessly googling and accessing the first links that come up after one search. Get them to curate the resources they find and share them with the class. Construct an assignment where students need to collaborate and cross-pollinate the information they find.


Here's an example of one curation tool below:

Using Web 2.0

  • Prezi
  • Edmodo
  • Social Media
  • Smore
  • Pearltrees

Ending

  • death by PowerPoint
  • plagiarism

Matching

  • reading materials to reader

Image Credits

KushiPL, . Glasses on book. 2009. Deviant Art. Web. 19 June 2013. http://kushipl.deviantart.com/art/Glasses-on-book-141285346


Untitled - (Uncle Sam). Fine Art. Encyclopædia Britannica Image Quest. Web. 21 Jun 2013. http://quest.eb.com/images/107_3362630