After taking time to explore the technologies that will be featured in the Summer Institute technology exploration session I am equipped with new knowledge and many questions. I cannot wait to see how these technologies work. Ozobots are quite interesting and students could use them in the library to learn and create their own code…
When you fail, fail forward. Learn something from it. #MonicaCarbacas #oduopenspaces Davis, J. (2017). School libraries: fostering a future forward mindset. [photograph]. Norfolk, VA. CC-BY-NC.
Walk confidently into your library and do what you have been trained to do. #Dr.GailDickinson #oduopenspaces
Go to your library, turn the lights on and make some nutrolls. #Dr.GailDickinson #oduopenspaces References Davis, J. (2017). Summer Institute Keynote presentation [photograph]. Norfolk, VA. CC-BY-NC.
Shifting Pedagogies. Its an evolution, not a revolution. #Dr.HelenCrompton #oduopenspaces
Think about how you can push teachers to use technology better. Be Changemakers. #Dr.HelenCrompton #oduopenspaces
Do not assume that teachers and students know how to use all technology. Training is key! #Elaine Marrion #oduopenspaces References Davis, J. (2017). Launching a digital collection presentation [photograph]. Norfolk, VA. CC-BY-NC.
Collaboration is important. If you don’t let me help you then I can’t do my job effectively. #RitaSoulen #oduopenspaces
In your first year as school librarian remember what you learned & always be confident! #KarlaBradley #oduopenspaces
These days I pretty much see QR codes just about everywhere, however I seldom use them. A QR code is a two-dimensional code that links to either a website, sends a text message or links to an email. To access the linked info to the QR code a smart phone or tablet is required. From my…