LIB 5020 Information Sources and Services. Summer 2009 Class 1 of 6 Dr. Robert Sanders Appalachian State University. Overview. Introductions Review Syllabus Sign up (Blog, Wiki, Discussions,Resource Groups) Wiki Lesson Explain Cross Program Collaborative Assignment RUSA Guidelines
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Class 1 of 6
Dr. Robert Sanders
Appalachian State University
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(2-3 per group)
SD#1: Bibliographies (Ch. 4)
SD#2: Encyclopedias and Dictionaries (Ch. 5 and 7)
SD#3: Ready Reference and Indexes (Ch. 6 and 8)
SD#4: Biographical Sources (Ch. 11)
SD#5: Geographic Sources (Ch. 10)
SD#6: Special Sources and Gov. Sources (Ch. 9 and 12)
This semester, cross program teams of students will be responsible for collaborating to develop a vision of a 21st century school in North Carolina. As you begin this activity consider the following questions:
1. What’s happening now in NC schools, businesses, jobs, populations, demographics? How are these changing?
2. What resources will you need in order to be able to create this vision?
3. How will you work as a team? What value does each member from the respective program areas bring to the team?
1. Teams will be responsible for the completion of a cross-program collaborative project involving the development of a vision for 21st century schools and learning.
2. A major component of this project is the development of an understanding of each of the roles of team members and the contribution each role makes to collaborative leadership within a pre-k through higher education settings.
3. Teams will collaborate on the project using the Active Worlds AETZone, Qwaq AETZone, or a combination of both.
4. As part of this project, teams must explore, locate, and disseminate relevant resources including but not limited to journal articles, websites, webinars, etc.
5. Collaborative teams must include at least one representative from each participating program area for a maximum of six members per team.
6. Please visit MediaPedia to see what team you are on. All groups should be in working together by June 6th. Try to negotiate meeting after Class 3.
7. Teams are expected to conduct cross-program collaboration activities outside regularly scheduled class times.
8. Individual faculty members may spin off additional projects or assignments related to the cross-program collaborative project specific to their course. These additional projects or assignments may not necessarily involve all other team members.
9. All team members will be required to use headsets and microphones during any on-line, cross-program collaborative project activities.
10. Teams will be required to maintain logs or minutes of their cross-program collaborative project activities for posting in the AETZone (Active Worlds or Qwaq). (Use 5020 Blogs)
11. Teams will be required to share the outcomes of their projects through a dissemination plan to be determined by faculty.
12. Teams may be required by faculty to attend on-line seminars or presentations by guest speakers.
13. The activity will begin the first week of June and end the last week of July.
EDL 7040: Educational Organizations and Technology
EDL 7030: Concepts and Constructs in Curriculum and Instruction
ITC 5320: Telecommunications Technologies in Education
ITC 5530: Learning with 3D Worlds
LIB 5020: Information Sources and Services
LIB 5080: The School Library Media Program
LSA 5030: The Principalship
LSA 6535: Information Technology Systems in Education
*Consider RUSA Guidelines and competencies