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It looks like our blurb for midwinter is the one repeated for this year, but no worries we will continue the conversation! ;)
Meeting: Sat June 28, 10:30-11:30, Ceasar's Palace Octavius 14 (shuttle bus route 1)
Agenda:I. Welcome and introductions
a. sign in sheet
b. Purpose goals of group
c. ALA connect site/communication/invite to get involved
d. Midwinter/virtual meetings?
II. Discussion topic and questions
(Decide with group)
- online library instruction: Share tips on tools, troubleshooting, marketing, working with faculty and teachers...Q: strategies or best of lists?
- Share (with group): Technology tools for instruction from every library typeSchool, Public, Academic, Special. Q: Are you working with other library types to reach students?
- Resources with tech lists to explore (Blogs with links to tech tools)
edudemic.com(50 education technology tools every teacher should know about)onlinelearninginsight (how to choose the best ed tech tools for online instruction)emergingtech.com (emerging education and instructional technologies that all educators should know)
From midwinter Jane Hart's top: http://c4lpt.co.uk/top100tools/
Q: Others? What are your favorites (note library type, patron age, purpose)
Q: How are you using instructional technologies?
Thanks!~ Lilly Ramin(@lillylibrarian } LITA ITIG chair
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