- Tweeterview: conduct an interview or discussion in Twitter and it formats it like a Q&A session.
- Screenr: create screencasts & screen recordings easily - integrates w/ twitter.
- Trailfire: browse or create "trails" through the web. Could be used to create a tour of a certain topic or to house, for example, sites for students to evaluate for an assignment. You can add comments to each page, and tags too.
- Information Literacy in Upper Level Undergraduate Biology: Undergraduate Science Librarian blog post describing her methods
- Wikipedia as Venue for Historical Research & Writing: lesson plan by N Kogan using Wikipedia (students create Wikipedia account and make edits to an entry)
- Information Literacy & Inquiry Learning models: select list of Information Literacy, Research, or Information Problem Solving models available for teachers to use with pupils.
- Twitter Storytelling Challenges: West Port Book Festival, Edinburgh. Four twitter-based storytelling challenges posed to audience - possibly a way for libraries to do the same kind of thing? Maybe even somehow incorporate info lit concepts in?
- The 10 Bona Fide Best Sites for Sharpening Your Critical Thinking Skills
Monday, September 21, 2009
Digest of Recent Useful Links for Library Instruction
Just a quickie list of some recent links from my Diigo account of tools/sites I think have some real or potential use for teacher librarians and or for library instruction: