Blog, Wiki or Forum - which should you use? Library Pirates. The Incredibly True Adventures of a School Librarian. Home. TEACHER’S TECH - TEACHER'S TECH. Home. A Media Specialist's Guide to the Internet. Top 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.
5 Minute Librarian: 50+ Ideas for Summer Reading Swag That Will Make Your Patrons Dance. Imagine Easy Solutions Blog – Imagine Easy Solutions. Scholar – Imagine Easy Solutions. JCS Tech Contact Blog. TLNing - A community for teacher-librarians and other educators. Teacher-Librarians. Here's a MEGALIST for my fellow media specialists/teacher-librarians. It's taken a while to gather all the information and I will continue to add to this page. Currently there are close to 185 sites listed. There is SO MUCH information out there! Please feel free to add your suggestions! - Library Media Center Management- covers policy manuals, management, patrons with disabilities, volunteers, ideas for new school librarians, library promotion and advocacy; long list BLOGS (Teacher-Librarians, Media Specialists) Bibomatic- for books only; enter the ISBN number of a book for the citation CiteBite- link directly to specific quotes on web pages CiteFast- covers MLA, APA, Chicago and newspaper, magazine, web site, journal, book EasyBib*- also now has an iPhone app where you can scan the ISBN number on a book GoBiblio- free bibliography and citation generatorKnightCite- enter the information in the blank fields and your citation is generated; covers MLA, APA, Chicago Mr.
What is Plagiarism? @coolcatteacher Blog - A real teacher helping you be really amazing. The Library Voice. NeverEndingSearch — @joycevalenza by Joyce Valenza. New Stephen's Lighthouse. Home - Doug Johnson's Blue Skunk Blog. Thedaringlibrarian - home. EmergingEdTech. Education Technology. Internet and instructional technologies for teachers & other educators. AudioSynced. In conjunction with Abby (the) Librarian, STACKED hosts a monthly meme to celebrate all things audiobook.
On the first of each month, we rotate the blogger round up of audiobook news, reviews, and more shared in the blogosphere in the last month. We host on odd-numbered months. To participate, share a link to your audiobook reviews, news, or features from the previous month (so, for June 1st, share anything posted between May 1 and June 1). You can email them to email@example.com or by posting them right here. We will collect, organize, and post them for all to share. If you are a publisher of audiobooks or write about them for publication, get in touch. Want to promote this meme? Check out the AudioSynced archives for ideas of what we're looking for or to become inspired for your own posts: 2010 AudioSynced 2011 AudioSynced 2012 AudioSynced 2013 AudioSynced ShareThisContinue reading... Bibliotech.me. Technology.
An amazing way to get your tweens and teens to know the “unfamiliar” bits of your library is to do self-directed scavenger hunts.
You know that your “kids” tend to congregate to one particular area- whether it’s your teen space, a place with the most comfortable chairs or a low table for card gaming, or the place furthest away from the supervising eyes of the non-teen people at the desk. And while they’ll know where to find the YA books, MAD Magazine and Alternative Press, and manga, do they know where to find non-fiction books for reports? Or how to operate one of the databases? If you become devious and take a little time out of your day, you can take a theme and turn a lesson in the library world into a creative self-directed program that will make them want to participate.
Scavenger hunts can be as intricate or as simple as you want them to be. Or, like I did for Teen Tech Week this year, take a page from Gwyneth Jones ( The Daring Librarian, and go with a QR scavenger hunt! School Library Monthly Blog. Library_Data. Skip to main content Create interactive lessons using any digital content including wikis with our free sister product TES Teach.
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