SCHL 5100 - Electronic Resources

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SCHL 5100 -  Electronic Resources

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Latest Activity: Jul 7

First Assignment: Articles on School Library History and Principals

Here is the place to post your article summaries about school library history and principals. Post short summaries of two articles you discovered in electronic databases that are important to our study of School Libraries in the Digital Age.

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Cooperative Collection Development 2 Replies

Long Term High Cost:Something we havet talked about recently in Media Meetings is purchasing a digital reading database for the whole district. We are currently looking into all the options, but I am…Continue

Started by Halli Murray. Last reply by David Sanger Dec 17, 2012.

Cooperative Collection Development 1 Reply

Long Term/Low CostOne low cost way to add to your collection is to collect materials from departing school families.  This works well at our school because we have very transient families.  The…Continue

Started by Nicole Doyle. Last reply by David Sanger Dec 17, 2012.

Cooperative Collection Development Ideas 2 Replies

Long Term/Low CostAs a 4th grade teacher, my team and I have devised a “Community Calendar” in which we plan events for students, parents, and teachers to attend once or twice a month.  One of our…Continue

Started by Becky McCallum. Last reply by David Sanger Dec 17, 2012.

Cooperative Collection Development: Activities 1 Reply

Activities:Long term/short term cost activity:One Long term low (no cost) project: have the librarian from the nearest public library branch attend open house night and sign up parent for library…Continue

Started by Catisha Benjamin. Last reply by David Sanger Dec 14, 2012.

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Comment by Kevin Jon Johnson on July 7, 2014 at 9:33pm

Hope you are all enjoying the summer holidays! I will become active in this Ning now that I have some free time. I have started flipped instruction for my Library lessons; I have begun posting YouTube videos. When I first showed the concept to my Junior High class, they greeted the approach with a round of applause! Anyone doing any flipped videos? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wwlOKzZfxlI

 

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