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Title: Where do LWSD Librarians fit


1
Where do LWSD Librarians fit?
Integration
Project Based Learning
AWARD WINNING BOOKS
Variety of Genre
Building Tech Committee
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
School Website
Information Literacy
  • Accessing Information Resources

Collaboration with Classroom teacher
PROFILE
Hardware/Software
Information Highway
Update and Maintain Library Materials
Report Cards
Internet
Data Bases
Periodicals
Classroom Support
Literature Appreciation
Project Development
Information Access
Electronic Retrieval
Research Process
Class Schedules
PowerPoint Presentations
2
Successful Schools Students, Teachers and
Administrators
  • Seek Information
  • Produce Information
  • Evaluate Information
  • and
  • Use information

3
Information Fatigue Syndrome
  • Students have information bombarding them from
    sources that didnt even exist 5 years ago.
  • The number of web pages on the internet doubles
    every 50 days.
  • CD ROMs are becoming obsolete
  • Accessing, evaluating and using information
    effectively is a huge challenge.

4
Information Fatigue Syndrome (cont)
  • For the first time in history the capacity for
    producing information far exceeds the human
    capacity to process it.
  • Computer power doubles every 18 months.
  • In 20 years computers will be 1 million times
    more powerful than they are today

5
Education has responded by speeding things up,
packing in more content and adding more technology
6
Strategy for Success
  • Invest in Libraries
  • Enable to provide information on demand
  • Consult on demand
  • Library without walls (24/7-everywhere for
    everyone)

7
It is the public school Librarians mission to
ensure that students are effective users of ideas
and information.
  • Were not just teacher planning time anymore!
  • Librarians Role
  • Information Broker of the school
  • Chief Information Officer
  • Instruction in information access, use,
    manipulation and evaluation.

8
Information Literacy
  • Librarians teach essential information and
    technology skills.
  • We teach beyond location and access. Students and
    teachers need the skills to evaluate and use
    information from different sources and
    technologies.

9
It is the Librarians job to support students and
classroom teachers as they become independent
users of library resources.
  • We provide and manage essential information and
    technology services.
  • We insure that it is current and meaningful.

10
Librarians and Classroom Teachers are demanding
that information literacy skills be connected to
the classroom.
  • They collaborate closely to tie library
    instruction to the curriculum.
  • Teaching and learning are centered on information
    literacy skills

11
Teaching Information and Technology skills out of
context is Hazardous to Students Health.
  • Technology works successfully when it is infused
    not added on.
  • Technology should be invisible so that we focus
    on the information.
  • The technology issue isnt books VS computers
    (Air VS Water)
  • As technology is part of the problem, it is also
    part of the solution.

12
LWSD Project Development Process
  • Allows unique opportunities for collaboration and
    curriculum integration
  • Opportunity for seamless integration of
    technology
  • Librarian is central to the process and plays an
    active role in instruction and research

13
Students are prepared
  • When they experience success in the retrieval and
    effective use of information.
  • Success is met when students and classroom
    teachers actively use information. They are not
    passively fed the information.

14
Where do LWSD Librarians fit?
Integration
Project Based Learning
AWARD WINNING BOOKS
Variety of Genre
Building Tech Committee
School Website
Information Literacy
  • Accessing Information Resources

Success
Collaboration with Classroom teacher
PROFILE
Hardware/Software
Information Highway
Update and Maintain Library Materials
Report Cards
Internet
Data Bases
Periodicals
Classroom Support
Literature Appreciation
Project Development
Information Access
Electronic Retrieval
Research Process
Class Schedules
PowerPoint Presentations
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