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The videos are sourced from Librarianship Studies & Information Technology YouTube Channel which are organized based on the categories (or labels) of Librarianship Studies blog. A featured video will be displayed in this blog post along with a brief summary. It will also be displayed at the bottom of the blog in a large view (recommended). It is important to note that the large view of the featured video is available only in the web version. So if you are viewing on a mobile phone or some mobile device then go to the bottom of the blog post area to locate and visit the option "View web version" to find the featured video. This article forms a part of Librarian's Reference Directory. Dr. 50 Essential Sites and People for School Librarians - Librarian Lisa. Here are my top 50 essential websites, people, or blog posts for school librarians.
These are people and sites to which I consistently return. Some of the entries below are skewed towards California school libraries, but I think they’re beneficial for anyone. Listed in no particular order. 50 Essential Sites and People for School Librarians - Librarian Lisa. The MHMS Daring School Library Blog. What's happening at the library …
Library Grits. Exploring and meeting the shelves and people of our libraries. The Nerdy Teacher. Marcondam's Public Library. The Learner's Way. @coolcatteacher Blog - Teach with better results, lead with a positive impact and live with greater purpose. Immersing technology in the classroom and beyond into the globe!
What tech ed can I help you with? Dan Haesler. Technology, leadership, and the future of schools. Hack Education. Just another WordPress.com weblog. Rhs Library blog - Home. About. From Library to iCentre Connecting learners with skills, tools and information In order for students to connect with the skills, tools and information they require for learning, they need a physical space where they can go to work, access help, locate resources and experiment with new media.
Learners also require a digital space that allows them to access resources and support in an environment which is on-line and available anywhere at any time. Qualified and supportive staff and first rate resources also need to be made available to students to support their academic success and preparation for life in the 21st Century. At Mt Alvernia, students can access all of these opportunities through the iCentre. Physical Spaces Located in the heart of the school, the Mt Alvernia iCentre is a beautiful space which offers students the opportunity to research, read literature, experiment with new media and technologies & access professional staff for support. Digital Spaces Resources.
Animation - Get EduCreative. Links/ Resources - South Western Sydney School Library Network. Campaign for Quality School Libraries in Australia. Book Trailers - Wollongong High School. School libraries help students learn. Top 50 School Library Blogs. One look at the titles of blogs narrated by school librarians reveals the evolution of a profession within an institution that is at a pivotal point.
Charged with the vital duty of promoting digital literacy, today’s librarians are daring, unquiet, sassy and definitely e-literate. This list features the top school library blogs ordered by website popularity metrics and social media engagement including the number of websites that link to a blog and number of followers on Twitter. We commend these school librarians for taking the time to share their ideas, experiences, and advice with the school library community. If you would like to recommend a school library blog to add to this list, please contact us to help improve this resource.
Our list of top school library blogs is based on website popularity and social media engagement as measured by the number of sites linking to the blog, Google Page Rank, Moz’s Page Authority, MozRank, and number of Twitter followers. Want to be inspired? Interactive Literacy. Mrs B's Interactive Literacy Mrs B, the students and staff of My School, in My Town, Australia, welcome you to our literature-based reading and language site.
Mrs Mac's Library - Home. Teachers - sbpslibraryweblinks. Skerricks. Ingvi Hrannar. Critical Evaluation. Read, read, read: it's all about books here. A Teen Librarian Writes About Teen Reads. Booked Inn - Shoestring makeovers. Booked Inn Heroic adventures in teacher-librarianship Shoestring makeovers From the end of Term 4 2008 until Term 4 2009, I “renovated” the old, portable school library at my school – on a shoestring budget.
How long was this shoestring? Who knew – but it was certainly fun finding out. Links charting my progress are here: Inspiration Preparation and simple rearrangement Initial reactions First new signage Word wall completed, and memo templates. Inter-Lace : Home. Just another WordPress.com weblog. The reader leader’s hat. Being an “independent reader” is much more than the mastery of the mechanics – it involves having an emotional attachment that makes the experience a part of who we are as a person, embracing the affective domain as well as the cognitive and the physical.
Being an independent reader means developing a lifelong habit that continues because we want to read and not because we are required to or have to. It means that we read even when daily support such as dedicated in-class reading time such as the DEAR and USSR programs are no longer available. In her book Reading in the Wild , a professional text that has had the greatest impact on my beliefs and actions of any I’ve read for a very long time, Donalyn Miller identifies five key characteristics of an independent reader… Read the research Firstly, there is a growing body of evidence such as that by Combes and Coiro that for students to read effectively online, they must first build up a traditional literacy skillset which is based on print.
Booked Inn - Heroic adventures in teacher-librarianship. The Unquiet Librarian. Skerricks. Teachers on Pinterest (teachers) on Pinterest.