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There is an article in eSchool News entitled "The New Librarian: How to lead a tech-integration revolution."



Since you referred to a Cult of Pedagogy article, here are a couple others that may help with your request:



Annotated bibliography: To Boost Higher-Order Thinking, Try Curation <https://www.cultofpedagogy.com/curation/>



e-zines: Student-Made E-Books: A Beautiful Way to Demonstrate Learning <https://www.cultofpedagogy.com/student-e-books/>



I also have a couple of ideas on my blog that you may find useful.



Tables/databases: Looking Back @ Teaching Online Subscription Resources <http://lookingbackward.edublogs.org/2017/10/21/looking-back-teaching-online-subscription-resources/>



   World Cultures lesson in Looking @ 5 Essential Literacies for Students: Part 2 – Content Literacy <http://lookingbackward.edublogs.org/2017/12/17/essential-literacies-content-literacy/>



   Also for the databases you mentioned usernames & PWs: how about having students create their own bookmarks to

   write in usernames & PWs which they can keep with them to use whenever they need it.



For integrating technology into book reviews you could have students create book trailers:

Looking Back @ Creating & Viewing Book Trailers <http://lookingbackward.edublogs.org/2017/01/31/viewing-book-trailers/>



Hope these give you some ideas. If you have any questions about any of my stuff, let me know.



Barbara Paciotti

Dallas TX<x-apple-data-detectors://5/1> Metroplex





Sandra Carswell, Librarian

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On Jun 13, 2018, at 4:09 PM, Mary Joan <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:



Lease share responses, Sandra.



Thanks,

Mary kirkegard

Media specialist

Hewitt School

Ringwood, NJ





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On Jun 11, 2018, at 1:27 PM, sandra carswell <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:



I've been looking at this blog post https://www.cultofpedagogy.com/google-student-projects/

We are not a GSuite district, using MS O365 instead-but it all works.



Anyway, I'm thinking of ways I can incorporate more technology skills into my library lessons. I schedule classes in the library every other week in the fall semester and try to blend reading promo types of lessons with skills/resource lessons.  I know most of these should be taught as needed in context but there never really is enough time if I wait for the teacher's research project. I'm trying to find ways to make these "in context' by including student choice in each one.



Now some of these are going to take more than my 55 min class time to complete. Collaborating with the teacher to make it his/her required assignment and volunteering to grade the results for them will not only make it more important to the students to complete, but will also enable me to assess their understanding. (Evidence for TX State Library Standard Strand 4).



Please reply to me if you have any ideas to add or expand on these. I'll post a hit later if there is an interest.

Document:

Annotated bibliography- have students create one on a topic of their choice that they will share with other students. Kind of like if you like this...check these out.. type of thing. Ask them to include at least a book, a database article, and a website. They could even collaborate with another student. They could then use these resources to develop an e-zine as a classroom writing project.



Of course, the book review idea is easy, I'm thinking of even having students that read the same book collaborate to write the review (less grading ;-).



Tables- compare databases, even adding usernames and passwords and unique features or best used for information. Maybe this would be a good idea for the first semester before the big push for research begins.

Maybe even create a table for a group project, identifying each members role/job along with due dates for each task... ?



Forms- How could I use creating a form with a library lesson? Maybe have them create a quiz on a topic such as copyright/fair use? Or website evaluation? These are not very student-centered ideas though.

Maybe a survey? Best non-fiction titles for a specific subject? Best titles for a specific genre? Or totally un-related to library ie. Favorite mobile games? Sports teams?



I didn't include the presentation (ppt) or video creation topics but feel free to suggest some for these as well!



Thanks in advance,

Sandra Carswell, Librarian

Copperas Cove ISD

1205 Courtney Lane<x-apple-data-detectors://0/1>

Copperas Cove, TX 76522<x-apple-data-detectors://0/1>

Phone: (254) 542-7877 ext. 240<tel:(254)%20542-7877;240>

Fax: (254) 542-3180<tel:(254)%20542-3180>



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