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School Library 2.0 - links and activities

 

This wiki has been created by Anne Morgan and Esther Casey from the Auckland centre of the National Library of New Zealand.  Its purpose is to informally provide links to resources referred to in our courses.

 

 

Examples of School Libraries 2.0

 

Blogs

 

East High Fictitious school library blog intended to showcase ideas for school library blogs

 

Voices from the Inglenook  Includes student video book reviews featuring the Library Cat - guards student anonymity

 

Queenstown Primary School Invites comments from staff students and parents

 

Fendalton School Library Relevant and timely links - shows importance of updating content regularly

 

Golden Bay High School Eye catching layout, includes good links and homework help

 

Huntingtown High School Example of a mother blog with links to class wikis

 

Wellington College Library School library blog, check out the del.icio.us links making use of tags through genres and linking to reviews

 

Scotch College - The Portal Australian college library blog, allows posts & comments from students, includes user guidelines plus info on how to safely post and comment

 

Mepham High School Library American high school library blog, library tour video using animoto, label is 'library orientation', title 'This year is sure to rock'

 

Botany Downs Secondary College Barbara was on the course with us and has since created this blog.  Well done Barbara, there are lots of things here that your students will find really useful going into the new term.  It will be great to see it develop.

 

Wikis

 

Penrith Public School Library's Wiki Example of student participation

 

St. Mark's Library Lion Links Effective layout that links library to teaching

 

Plymouth Regional High School Library Wiki Good learning support for students - click the ipod link

 

Decatur High School Used for pathfinders and learning support - links to library blog

 

Start page

 

Dublin City Public Libraries Not a school library but an indication of what you could do with a start page.  Lots of links to other applications such as Flickr and Del.icio.us.

 

Social Networking

 

Several New Zealand public libraries are using bebo to promote their services to teens.  Here are a couple of examples.

 

Auckland City Libraries

 

Rotorua Public Library

 

 

 

Resources referred to during presentation

 

School Library Journal -Which wiki is right for you? http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/article/CA6438167.html

 

Sunday Star Times - The Downside of Facebook

http://www.stuff.co.nz/4349198a11275.html

 

UK Information Comissioner's Office - Practical tips for keeping your online presence "safe"

 

Netsafe - The Internet Safety Group

 

Watchdog - The Ministry of Education funded service to manage schools' internet filtering and firewalls.

 

Diigo bookmarked link to articles about trustworthiness of wikipedia http://www.diigo.com/user/natlib/wikipedia

 

School Library Mashup - Sharon Doyle

 

School Librarian 2.0 - Michael Stephens

 

 

Applications to get you started

 

Learning Tools

 

Additional resources and further reading

 

Templates and Tables

 

 

 

 

 

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