Open Education Resources and the School Librarian – Internet @ Schools

Heather Braum and Gary Price Why Open Education Matters information and video Wikipedia is an Open Education Resource (plus bibliography at the end of the articles.  Project Gutenberg (for free online books) Kansas portal  Curriki Khan Academy  (is it truly ‘open” educational or not?) TED Education (turning TED talks into lessons for the classroom) National Archives and Library of Congress teacher pages Valenza wiki   Full Courses iTunes University Coursera (MOOC) How can you use OER in your school district? –can be used for pathfinders […]

Day Two– Internet @ Schools

This post includes two sessions at Internet @ Schools, Day Two:  21st century learning model, and Ebook Creation for Libraries. 21st- Century Learning-Mission Driven Model at Delmar Burke School Jenny Howland and Susan Faust, Katherine Delmar Burke School, CA 20th century felt finite and knowable but 21st feels infinite and unknowable.  How do we prepare our students for this universe? The two librarians immersed themselves in personal professional development for six months–immersing themselves in the changes going on, TED talks, reading, etc.  Real personal learning. […]