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Angela Maiers

growing changing learning creating: Breaking the brain rules - 0 views

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    Great post w/ new take on "Brain Rules"
Emily Vickery

Apple Learning Interchange - Bernajean Porter: Digital Storytelling - 0 views

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    Description:
    Bernajean Porter works with educators everywhere to teach digital storytelling. She joined Tim in the NECC podcasting studio to talk about ISTE's new digital storytelling project and the newest digital storytelling frontier, Second Life.
Angela Maiers

The New Literacy | Scholastic.com - 1 views

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    Great article and interview w/David Warlick, Chris Lehmann for Scholastic Administrator
Angela Maiers

New Literacies Video - 0 views

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    Video from UCLA on New Literacy
Eloise Pasteur

Are we all becoming the google generation? - Eloise's thoughts and fancies - 0 views

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    Is there such a thing as the Google Generation?

    Yes, actually, but some of the characteristics of that group are spreading throughout all age groups. Libraries and governments need to work out how to react and adapt to this and some of the weaknesses of the Google Generation, and quickly.
Roland O'Daniel

HowStuffWorks - Learn How Everything Works! - 0 views

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    great resource. Nice layout for a how it works feature article. Students can find articles that relate to some interest that they have.
John Larkin

Mixed Messages in The Blogging Landscape - ReadWriteWeb - 0 views

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    Interesting post about the changing landscape of blogging. Applies to the edublogosphere as well in some respects.
Anne Baird

Kids Like . info - 0 views

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    links to scratch. There are links to tutorials and suggestions to how to teach scratch as a programming language.
Jonathan Tepper

Pioneering research shows 'Google Generation' is a myth - 0 views

  • All age groups revealed to share so-called ‘Google Generation' traits
  • New study argues that libraries will have to adapt to the digital mindset
  • Young people seemingly lacking in information skills; strong message to the government and society at large
  • “Libraries in general are not keeping up with the demands of students and researchers for services that are integrated and consistent with their wider internet experience”,
  • research into the information behaviour of young people and training programmes on information literacy skills in schools are desperately needed if the UK is to remain as a leading knowledge economy with a strongly-skilled next generation of researchers.
    • Vicki Davis
       
      This is needed for all countries, just few countries realize it!
    • Jonathan Tepper
       
      Multiliteracies approach seems to be the focus now in the education landscape. Paper sabout learning/teaching with technology are emmerging in this area and seem to address this.
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  • “Libraries have to accept that the future is now.
  • Turning the Pages 2.0 and the mass digitisation project to digitise 25 million of pages of 19th-century English literature are only two examples of the pioneering work we are doing.
  • the changing needs of our students and researchers and how libraries can meet their needs.
  • We hope it will also serve to remind us all that students and researchers will continue to need the appropriate skills and training to help navigate an increasingly diverse and complex information landscape.”
  • CIBER developed a methodology which has created a unique ‘virtual longitudinal study' based on the available literature and new primary data about the ways in which the British Library and JISC websites are used. This is the first time for the information seeking behaviour of the virtual scholar to have been profiled by age.
    • Vicki Davis
       
      They have created a new technique called a "virtual longitudinal study" that sounds fascinating.
    • Jonathan Tepper
       
      not sure if that is an established methodology... interesting.
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      This study breaks a lot of the stereotypes people may have about use of the Internet. It also presents important information for libraries and schools.
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      Wow -- this longitudinal study shows that all generations show "google generation" traits with over 65 year olds spending 4 more hours a week online than some of the younger ages.

      It argues that libraries must adapt to the digital mindset AND that young people are lacking in information skills!

      This is an important study for all educators, business leaders, AND students on the Horizon project. Another reason to remind ourselves that we base practice on RESEARCH not STEREOTYPES!
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      Wow -- this longitudinal study shows that all generations show "google generation" traits with over 65 year olds spending 4 more hours a week online than some of the younger ages.

      It argues that libraries must adapt to the digital mindset AND that young people are lacking in information skills!

      This is an important study for all educators, business leaders, AND students on the Horizon project. Another reason to remind ourselves that we base practice on RESEARCH not STEREOTYPES!
    Anne Baird

    thereflectiveteacher wiki - 0 views

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      wiki created by an English teacher
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