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Online databases and media literacy

Online databases and Media Literacy

Amy Power

February 2013


School library collections educational technology

School Library Collections & Educational Technology

School libraries contribute two types of information resources to teaching

and learning by school libraries: books

and periodicals, and databases accessed via the Internet.

This includes both free content on the World Wide Web and licensed databases to which the library must subscribe for a fee.

Both types of resources exhibited persistent, positive influences on students’

test scores.

http://www.islma.org/pdf/ILStudy2.pdf


The illinois study powerful libraries make powerful learners

The Illinois Study: Powerful Libraries Make Powerful Learners


You tube video elibrary curriculum edition in 2 minutes http www youtube com watch v csqgn1ndp58

You Tube video eLibrary Curriculum Edition in 2 Minuteshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSQgN1Ndp58


Elibrary why it matters

eLibrary….why it matters

  • Quality (or lack thereof) of Wikipedia entries

  • Critical evaluation: criteria of suitability (scope, audience, timeliness), authority, and other indicators (documentation, objectivity, and primary vs. secondary research). 

  • The Digital Divide


Kids closer up playing learning and growing with digital media by lori takeuchi

Kids Closer Up: Playing, Learning, and Growing with Digital Media by Lori Takeuchi

  • “Today the digital divide resides in differential ability to use new media to critically evaluate information, analyze, and interpret data, attack complex problems, test innovative solutions, manage multifaceted projects, collaborate with others in knowledge production. and communicate effectively to diverse audiences-in that are at the heart of the new economy."


Snap statistics from aea

SNAP statisticsfrom AEA

  • https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ashnk6874Jk7dF9xUUtwWjlROFhXU3QycXhEWE9ROXc&usp=sharing


Trial online aea databases

Trial Online AEA databases

  • http://www.iec-ia.org/pages/IEC/Library/Online_Resources/Online_Resource_Trials

    February 18-March 31

    User ID: iec2013

    Password: iowaaea


Research project calculator

Research Project Calculator

Research Project Calendar

  • https://rpc.elm4you.org/


Media literacy

Media Literacy

  • Media Literacy is the ability to access, analyze, evaluate and create media in a variety of forms.

  • Media Literacy is a 21st century approach to education. It provides a framework to access, analyze, evaluate, create and participate with messages in a variety of forms — from print to video to the Internet. Media literacy builds an understanding of the role of media in society as well as essential skills of inquiry and self-expression necessary for citizens of a democracy.

    http://www.medialit.org/media-literacy-definition-and-more


What is media literacy http www youtube com watch v lkljoxwymwu

What is Media Literacy?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKlJOxwyMWU


Transliteracy and the school library program

Transliteracy and the School Library Program

  • Transliteracy is the ability to read, write, and interact across a range of platforms, tools, and media through handwriting, print, TV, radio and film, to digital social networks.

  • Information literacy skills are but one component of the range of skills students need in order to participate as consumers and producers in the current information landscape.


Continued

Continued…

  • Teacher librarians help develop strategies for integrating transliteracy skills into subject areas across the curriculum.

  • Students should know a range of transliteracy skills demonstrating that youth learn in the contemporary online environment.

    http://americanlibrariesmagazine.org/category/tags/transliteracy-and-school-library-program


Questions for teachers

Questions for teachers

  • What is one online database that I could try in the classroom before the end of the school year?

  • Think about media literacy and what it means in terms of instructional practices and applications for your students based on the knowledge in your content area.


Questions for me

Questions for me

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Play time

Play time

  • Take time to explore the options that eLibrary offers

  • Check out current and trial databases from AEA.

  • Let me know if eLibrary is something should continue for next year.


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