Books, Reading, Etc.
- Pondering the difference between creation and consumption in the library
- As you create your summer purchasing lists, remember Why YA Lit Matters to Everyone
- I can’t see using this for personal reading, but OOM makes a great case for using Storia in the classroom.
- Once upon a time, I did a Summer Reading LibGuide (sadly now no longer available) – Joyce rightly raves about this Summer Reading List. </jealous>
- Just for fun (or some summer redecorating ideas), 35 Things To Do With All Those Books.
- The badging movement has me thinking about how we can create/deliver quality instruction when testing and CCSS needs continue to diminish the time students and teachers spend in the library doing research. To get started, here’s an e-learning template!
- A MUST SHARE with everyone: 12 Things I’m Doing When All You Think is Shhhh! (and then follow it up with Valuing Libraries)
- The Little Professor muses about the difference between face-to-face and MOOC education and how one might influence the other.
- What skills to incoming college students have? Barbara Fister muses about that (a great starting point for those in 9-12 schools to work from).
- The Chronicle lists the Top Ten [Ed] Tech Innovators of 2013 (something to play with/think about during summer vacation).
- Share this Digital Citizenship graphic with your teachers and students.
- If you’re a Google Apps fan, or your school has gone heavily into Apps for Education, try Google Keep
- YALSA Blog breaks down the Pew Teens, Social Media and Privacy report.
- It’s always good to remind ourselves and our community of these 10 Online Privacy Tips.