| SUNDAY, June 29th,
2014|| 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM||9:00 AM - 10:00 AM ||10:00 AM - 11:30 AM |
http://www.schoology.comAlaina Laperouse email@example.com
|Digital Tools in the School Library
We will share the uses of QR Codes in the Library and Follett Enlight through FollettShelf to connect to digital collections.
|Augmented Reality in Your Library
Elissa will be sharing Layar, ColarAR, Chromeville and more.Elissa Malespina
|Journey to a Makerspace
See how our school is engaging and preparing our students and staff for our new makerspace in Fall 2014. I will share methods of getting student/staff feedback and the resources I'm accessing as we prepare for this exciting space in our library media center.
Support Literacy and Instruction Using Kindles
Bonnie shares Pinellas County Schools' initiative to be the first school in the world downloading digital textbooks onto personal handheld devices. This Florida district also provided a classroom set of Kindles for all 125 media centers. Learn how you too can use Kindles to promote literacy and instruction.
Create Learning Playlists Greta will share LessonPaths & Blendspace
Greta Flinn (@flinng), firstname.lastname@example.org
|Photo Editing with PicMonkey http://www.picmonkey.com
Tiffany Whitehead email@example.com |
Anti-Library Zombie Jennifer LaGarde will share library zombie fighting tactics to help you keep your library from falling into darkness and doom. If you are interested in having the sun shining on your library program, visit with Jennifer!
Joquetta will share engaging tools and resources to make teaching and learning vocabulary fun and meaningful.
Joquetta Johnson @according2jo
|Using Google Hangouts to Collaborate Within and Beyond Your Walls.
Examples will include a poetry lesson with the whole 2nd grade, an open hangout during Hour of Code, and Picture Book Smackdown). Also, Q&A about setting up and running a Hangouts on Air.
Learn about a new Google Plus group where teacher librarians are connecting learners, classrooms, libraries, and teachers across borders. Come share your ideas of how to facilitate connections between libraries, what tools we might you. Also, come share your own barriers to collaborating beyond your walls so that we might all brainstorm together how to build bridges beyond those barriers.
|Digital Resources from the Library of Congress for Librarians and Teachers
Jennifer Hanson firstname.lastname@example.org
1:1 iPads and the Library
EACS (Indiana) has completed 2 years with iPads in the HS. Learn about the Library's role in supporting the initiative AND find ways to move the iPad from a gaming device to a learning tool.
Jenn Brower email@example.com
Using fun, interactive iPad apps to "hook" students and reel them in.
Requires iOS 7. Apps featured will include Morfo, Tellagami, Chatterpix, etc.
Theresa Quilici, firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @Theresa4275
|Collaboration in the classroom with Google Apps for Education
|Bit Literacy and Curation 101
Explore recent tools and creative strategies for managing, storing, condensing and sharing information digitally. Come for a brief presentation and stick around to share your own thoughts and ideas.
Paul Carey, email@example.com @librarianpaul
| Code.org K-12 Introduction to Computer Science Course http://learn.code.org/
Capture A-ha's, participate in a discussion, or read a favorite poem in a 90 second video.
Michelle Colte @Michelle_Colte firstname.lastname@example.org
(LCD Projector Display)
| Digital Citizenship
|Linda Dougherty, @ljdougherty
Open the collaboration door with the digital citizenship curriculum from Common Sense Media. Perfect for flipping lessons into classes, embedding into your library/classroom curriculum, 1-to-1 online, and sharing with parents.
|Linking Text and Technology with TeachingBooks.net
Learn how to integrate multimedia with books; share your knowledge to crowdsource qualitative text complexity measures and create custom booklists.
Jacqueline Liesch, middle school library media specialist, Madison Metropolitan School District, email@example.com;
Dr. Annette Smith, Director of Instructional Technology and Support, TeachingBooks.net, firstname.lastname@example.org
|Flipping Your Library: Making Learning "Rewindable" for Teachers and Students Using Google Hangouts On Air
Nikki will share how to easily use GHOA to flip your library
Nikki D Robertson @NikkiDRobertson email@example.com
(LCD Projector Display)
If you could change one thing about your school, what would *YOU* do? See how kids from K to college shared their big ideas and how their genius is changing the world.
| Using Google Earth in the Classroom
Also, introduction to Google Tourbuilder (beta)
Twitter: @harbeckc firstname.lastname@example.org
|Creating Exciting Interactive Presentations with Kahoot and Nearpod
| Greeters|| Amanda Smithfield
email@example.com|| Meredith Hale
firstname.lastname@example.org ||Sherry Gick