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Ruth Santiago

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    Get more from Google!
Ruth Santiago

Information Literacy Weblog: Reflecting on 23 Things: using 23 Things in an Information... - 0 views

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    Just 23 things to use and know in an infolit class
Ruth Santiago

Most Important Skills for 21st-Century Students - Sponsored Article - The Atlantic - 0 views

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    one of the most important skill for the 21st century is the ability to analyze information.
Ruth Santiago

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    How fun it is to use Pinterest. Check this out!
Ruth Santiago

InfoLit instruction: a few good portals « NeverEndingSearch - 0 views

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    Useful sites to go to
Anamaria Recio

Cool Cat Teacher Blog: Teach This! Teaching with lesson plans and ideas that rock #teac... - 0 views

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      creating a facebook is a good idea for leaders unit
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    this gives loads of lesson plan ideas that integrate technology
Anamaria Recio

Information Literacy Weblog: The Truth According To Wikipedia - 0 views

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    a documentary about wikipedia and what it has become
Anamaria Recio

Information Literacy Weblog: The Road to Information Literacy: Librarians as facilitato... - 0 views

    • Anamaria Recio
       
      interesting!
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    librarians as facilitators in information literacy
Anamaria Recio

Cool Cat Teacher Blog: Have a da Vinci glow: Be Willing to be Wrong - 0 views

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    teaching students that is it okay to be wrong by teaching yourself this first
Anamaria Recio

Search Results INFOLIT « Libraries and Transliteracy - 0 views

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    Here is a link (like the one we saw in class) that explains what information literacy is and you can share with your team
Michelle Munoz

Using Google Forms for Student Engagement and Learning (EDUCAUSE Quarterly) | EDUCAUSE - 0 views

  • One of the primary benefits of using Google Forms is its ability to help instructors assess — in real time — how well students understand learning materials and to uncover student misconceptions, which helps instructors steer students to higher-level understanding.
  • increased interactivity between students and between the instructor and students.
  • downside of using Google Forms can be less time to cover course material because class time is used to respond to Google Forms questions and discuss students' answers.
Michelle Munoz

Mobile Teaching Versus Mobile Learning (EDUCAUSE Quarterly) | EDUCAUSE - 0 views

  • We need to explicitly develop learning materials and activities that go beyond simple content delivery, or just teaching.
  • as instructors will need to be creative in developing and assessing these mobile learning activities, instructors and institutions will need to help students be creative in finding access to different mobile multimedia production devices.
Michelle Munoz

Digital Texts and the Future of Education: Why Books? (EDUCAUSE Quarterly) | EDUCAUSE - 0 views

  • Mobility offers the ability to engage learners of all ages with anywhere, anytime access.
  • The presence of socially connected, multitasking students in the classroom urges educators to move away from an "information-dissemination" role toward a more interactive, collaborative process in which they guide learners in the skill of evaluating and assessing available information.
  • creating innovative and interactive learning activities that fully engage learners in experiences they perceive to be both interesting and relevant to their interests and future.
Michelle Munoz

Student Information Literacy in the Mobile Environment (EDUCAUSE Quarterly) | EDUCAUSE - 0 views

  • Information literacy is further described as "the basis for lifelong learning."
  • information literate student "reads the text and selects main idea."
  • while students are interested in using their phones for academic purposes, they still require guidance from educators to choose the most appropriate mobile resource and to evaluate mobile websites and mobile apps.
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    • Information literacy instructors should become familiar with new search methods (such as quick response codes) to help students use them effectively and efficiently.
  • Students should be encouraged to review a range of search results, particularly when searching for academic information.
  • nformation literacy instructors should help students understand how to evaluate information, especially when it is presented in a nontraditional form, such as a native app.
  • Students may need assistance from educators in applying information literacy skills they have learned while searching on a laptop or desktop to the mobile environment.
Michelle Munoz

Information Literacy - 0 views

  • Information literacy enables people to interpret and make informed judgments as users of information sources, as well as to become producers of information in their own right.
  • Information literate people are able to
  • make critical decisions
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  • information literacy requires users to have the skills to use information and communication technologies and their applications to access and create information.
Aaron Mines

ICT Literacy Maps - The Partnership for 21st Century Skills - 0 views

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    In collaboration with several content area organizations, the Partnership for 21st Century Skills developed a series of ICT Literacy Maps illustrating the intersection between Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Literacy and core academic subjects including English, mathematics, science and social studies (civics/government, geography, economics, history).
Aaron Mines

Teaching Math with Prezi - 0 views

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    An interesting use for Prezi in math class
Aaron Mines

Information Literacy Lessons - MATH - 0 views

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      Literacy in Math
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    Standards 9.2.1.1-9: Understand the Concept of Function . . . Standards: Research Process, Technology Use Overview: Students use the Bureau of Labor's web site to find typical rates of pay for ten different jobs, convert figures to dollars per hour, and create a bar graph of the results.
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