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From the TLVirtualCafe, 12/5/11 session!

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Grab a fresh slide and share your best ideas from 2011 for our  karaoke-style session!: 

Grab a fresh slide and share your best ideas from 2011 for our  karaoke-style session!

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http://www.nmc.org/publications/horizon-report-2011-k-12-edition

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HUMAN CURATION CREATIVE COMMONS SHARING STUDENT CREATIVE WORK /PUBLISHING/PORTFOLIOS LIBRARY AS PARTICIPATORY SPACE/ LEARNING COMMONS/LIBRATORY LIBRARY AS MOBILE APP/ 24/7 ACCESS TO RESOURCES, SERVICES & INSTRUCTION THE CLOUD ACADEMIC FOOTPRINTS NEW INFORMATION SOURCES /REAL-TIME SEARCH/ SHIFTING EVALUATION STRATEGIES

Infographics as research product!: 

Infographics as research product! http://sdst.libguides.com/aecontent.php?pid=192765&sid=1879620 http://sdst.libguides.com/aecontent.php?pid=192765&sid=2300953

Curation as search!: 

Curation as search! Scoop.it LibGuides Community Paper.li Delicious Stacks LiveBinders PearlTrees Themeefy

somewhat virtual book club : 

somewhat virtual book club

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http://www.blockposters.com/

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http://appitic.com/

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http://murrayhill.wikispaces.com/QR_Code_Quest

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http://murrayhill.wikispaces.com/Twitter_Book_Reviews

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Create a fun sign for your library highlighting all your favorite book locations. - Tamara Cox - Eliterate Librarian Jennifer LaGarde's colorful version is above.

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Use the Wordfoto app to create subject signs for your library. I've shared mine on Flickr . - Tamara Cox -Eliterate Librarian Check out how the Mighty Little Librarian , Tiff Whitehead, created hers for fiction genres.

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Consider nontraditional shelving... I rearranged my nonfiction by subject category. You can read all about it here and here . Jennifer LaGarde and I are planning to talk about in depth at a future TL Virtual Cafe session if you want to hear more. More info: Mighty Little Librarian's genre shelving for fiction . Candid Librarian, Jennifer Northrup's, genre shelving. Library Girl, Jennifer LaGarde's, series arrangement. -Tamara Cox, Eliterate Librarian

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It's a Genre Based Library Four years ago I also converted my fiction section to a genre based system and watched my check out stats soar. Shelving by genre is how bookstores do it and it makes sense. Finding a book is EASY this way! You can read about it on a recent post here: http://bellbulldogreaders.edublogs.org/2011/11/17/its-a-genre-based-library/ I also have all of  my early chapter books, Junie B., Magic Tree House, etc in baskets on a separate shelf so kids can find what they want easily. Julie Hembree, BulldogReaders Blog aka Stories Around the World and the Barking Librarian (not super active) @Mrs_Hembree

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http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/curriculum

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@scsdmedia http://www.youtube.com/scsdmedia

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@scsdmedia

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TALKING POINTS at St Paul's High School Port Macquarie Students recorded a mini review/recommendation for a novel onto a talking point. The talking points are placed next to the new books and an interested reader can press the talking point to hear the recorded message. Books with a talking point reviews are first to leave the display shelves. Available here http://www.softwaretime.com.au/catalogsearch/result/?order=name&dir=asc&q=talking+point Suzanne Penson

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TALKING POINTS at St Paul's High School Port Macquarie Students recorded a mini review/recommendation for a novel onto a talking point. The talking points are placed next to the new books and an interested reader can press the talking point to hear the recorded message. Books with a talking point reviews are first to leave the display shelves. Available here http://www.softwaretime.com.au/catalogsearch/result/?order=name&dir=asc&q=talking+point Suzanne Penson

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@pollyalida

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@pollyalida

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Visit http://csla.net/index.php/professional-development Submitted by Jane Lofton ( jane@lofton.com ) on behalf of CSLA

Jing: 

Jing Create video tutorials with Jing to help reinforce information literacy skills! Example: How to convert YouTube video for use in video editing software. @shsinfocenter

eReading - process - @ksteingr IA: 

eReading - process - @ksteingr IA

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@mschwander See more mobile device ideas on the PA Librarians Wiki

Follow Authors: 

Follow Authors Use the Twitter List Widget to embed authors' tweets on your library blog or website. I follow these authors ! @mschwander See other Twitter uses in the library on the PA Librarians Wiki .

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@jenniferlagarde http://lib-girl.blogspot.com

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@jenniferlagarde http://lib-girl.blogspot.com

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@jenniferlagarde http://lib-girl.blogspot.com

Use data tools you already have to create a a monthly report about your Media Center -Sally Mays MEMO, MN Robbinsdale Spanish Immersion   Total Circulation    6075                                            Student walk- ins  1120    that is 53 students per day  plus classes PREPClasses                104                                                       Kindergarten classes             23         Average weekly  check out      1518       Average daily check out               270     Average book per student                8.37 see ABPS chart below          November 2011 WHEW!   Our library circulation increased 8% over last year with a 4% increase in population. This is a net increase of 4%.  See chart below.  This statistic measures only student book check out.  Staff, while big users of the library, is not counted in this comparison. November is the busiest month we have had this year!  We had an 11% increase over October.    : 

Use data tools you already have to create a a monthly report about your Media Center - Sally Mays MEMO, MN Robbinsdale Spanish Immersion Total Circulation    6075 Student walk- ins 1120 that is 53 students per day  plus classes PREPClasses                104 Kindergarten classes 23 Average weekly  check out      1518 Average daily check out               270 Average book per student                8.37 see ABPS chart below November 2011 WHEW!   Our library circulation increased 8% over last year with a 4% increase in population. This is a net increase of 4%. See chart below.  This statistic measures only student book check out.  Staff, while big users of the library, is not counted in this comparison. November is the busiest month we have had this year!  We had an 11% increase over October.

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Using Edmodo in Your Library Join the South Orange Middle School Library Group use this code: 9amuw9 Submitted by Elissa Malespina @SOMSlibrary

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Keep A Camera Ready… to capture moments that reflect and tell the story of program. Use Animoto to share, link, or embed your story. Joquetta Johnson @accordin2jo www.joquettajohnson.com http://animoto.com/play/jBgP92k01pDEG5pSOXH4rg

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http://www.imagechef.com/ Create custom graphics, clipart, and logos Joquetta “ The Digital Diva ” Johnson @accordin2jo

Collaborative reading: 

Collaborative reading Try http://www.goodreads.com/ for personal reading enjoyment or host a class online bookclub. Goodreads not only allows users to review, rate and record books that have been read, but there are many different options for finding book recommendations. You can set up shelves for different genres and record books to read next. Goodreads reading information can be set as private or public. Instructions can be found at http://www.blogher.com/how-get-most-out-goodreads and http://www.goodreads.com/help and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKi5jknIdq4 . You can check reading comparability with friends as below. Goodreads can be a social site, where members can choose to share reading with friends online. It can be linked to other communication sites such as email and facebook. Apps are available for both android and apple devices. These allow a range of functions, including using a smartphone to scan a book barcode to quickly add a book to your goodreads account. Goodreads also provides book recommendations and lists eg. http://www.goodreads.com/list/show/4960.Best_Dystopian_Books_for_Teens http://www.goodreads.com/shelf/show/teen-dystopias From Anne Weaver http://www.goodreads.com/user/show/4335340-anne-weaver

Online curation: 

Online curation Use tools like http://www.scoop.it/ to keep up with topics and create pathfinders of websites that can be shared with others. The scoop.it site suggests new sites on a particular topic. Easy to use. Currently you can only have 5 topics for each username. from Anne Weaver http://www.scoop.it/u/anne-weaver

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A Scoop.it that provides tons of resources for screencasting and the flipped classroom-created and curated by Peggy George http://www.scoop.it/t/screencasting-for-online-learning

Make your own online books: 

Make your own online books Make your own online books - these are a great resource for teachers to make their own textbooks. They are easy to update and search and view and share online. Some tools like http://www.blurb.com/ allow creation of a print book in addition to the online book. These print books can look very professional and it is easy to allow others to view and/or purchase the print books from blurb if desired. From Anne Weaver http://issuu.com/anneweaver

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http://facultyscoops24-7.blogspot.com/ √ Twitter as a 24/7 Online Bulletin Board https://sites.google.com/a/seaburyhall.org/castle-library/ @mauilibrarian2 TWEET DAILY to share resources with your faculty and students, and to provide a window into your library's activities.

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Use iGoogle (or similar) to create your Personal Learning Environment (PLE) Enable your students to create theirs too

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Great way for students and teachers to share large docs like videos/audio recordings...doesn't require the user to install anything or even create an account

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Animoto isn't new but this is a fantastic idea/example from Karen Abbott for using Animoto in a very creative way! Meet Your Teacher Animoto created by Karen Abbott http://animoto.com/play/Q0foZ0EUO8qkMyYYVvMTDQ

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Keep on BUILDING!

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Prezi and scavenger hunt sheets on library website at http://www.mchslibrary.org/tutorials.html

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http:// gamestarmechanic .com Gamestar Mechanic is SO ADDICTIVE !

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Stop  SOPA! see  EFF infographic: http://mashable.com/2011/11/16/sopa-infographic/ J. Gressel- it's important so act now! http://americancensorship.org