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Tuesday, December 13

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    The Librarian's Role in 1:1 Programs
    As an increasing number of schools create programs that provide a device for every student, the school librarian needs to re-think his or her role. What do 1:1 and BYOD programs mean for our facilities, our technologies, our resources, and our professional roles? Come prepared to learn and to share your own experiences.
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    Padlet Librarians and 1:1 Programs
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    Practice lessons* - Small group work using GoogleDoc (20 minutes)
    Review, Q&A, Wrap Up (10 minutes)
    Powerpoint slides (available after the workshop)
    Video from presentation:
    Google Self Driving car
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Thursday, December 8

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    The Librarian's Role in 1:1 Programs
    As an increasing number of schools create programs that provide a device for every student, the school librarian needs to re-think his or her role. What do 1:1 and BYOD programs mean for our facilities, our technologies, our resources, and our professional roles? Come prepared to learn and to share your own experiences.
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    in Dropbox (available after presentation)
    PollEverywhere
    Padlet Librarians and 1:1 Programs
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  2. page creativity edited ... When there is a correct answer: Exercise in creative thinking Doug's writings: Teaching Out…
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    When there is a correct answer: Exercise in creative thinking
    Doug's writings:
    Teaching Outside the Lines: Developing the Creativity in Every Learner. Corwin, 2015.
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    "10 Ways to Encourage Creativity in Your Library ” Head for the Edge column, Library Media Connection, October, 2012
    “Developing Creativity in Every Learner“ Library Media Connection, October, 2012
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    Practice lessons* - Small group work using GoogleDoc (20 minutes)
    Review, Q&A, Wrap Up (10 minutes)
    Powerpoint slides (available after the workshop)
    Video from presentation:
    Google Self Driving car
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Monday, November 14

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    I am continuously in the process of revising all my workshop and presentation materials. If you've attended one of my sessions and cannot find the support materials here, let me know and I will get it to you.
    Thanks, Doug
    TIES conference, December 10 -13, Minneapolis
    Developing Creativity in Every Learner (workshop)
    Librarian's Role in 1:1 Schools

    ITEM Conference, Minneapolis, October 14, 2016
    Library Ethics for Non-Librarians
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    2:00 pm

Thursday, October 13

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    The principles of this Code are expressed in broad statements to guide ethical decision making. These statements provide a framework; they cannot and do not dictate conduct to cover particular situations.
    We provide the highest level of service to all library users through appropriate and usefully organized resources; equitable service policies; equitable access; and accurate, unbiased, and courteous responses to all requests.
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    Code of Ethics of the American Library Association - lasted updated 2008
    Ethics in the use of technology from Ethics in School Librarianship: A Reader
    Google Slides
    The principles of this Code are expressed in broad statements to guide ethical decision making. These statements provide a framework; they cannot and do not dictate conduct to cover particular situations.
    We provide the highest level of service to all library users through appropriate and usefully organized resources; equitable service policies; equitable access; and accurate, unbiased, and courteous responses to all requests.
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Wednesday, October 12

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    how do we make sure
    Code of Ethics of the American Library Association - lasted updated 2008
    Ethics in the use of technology from Ethics in School Librarianship: A Reader
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    We strive for excellence in the profession by maintaining and enhancing our own knowledge and skills, by encouraging the professional development of co-workers, and by fostering the aspirations of potential members of the profession.
    Pick one scenario below. In a small group discuss:
    What is theIs there an ethical choice
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    must be made?made in each scenario?
    What additional information would be helpful in making this decision?
    What might be the consequences of a poorly made decision be on students?
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    The rules for the 1:1 project at Clinton Middle School are that the devices are to be used for "school work only" and both media services (YouTube, Pandora, Netflix etc) and social networking sites (Facebook, SnapChat, Twitter, etc) are blocked by the Internet content filter.
    A parent e-mails the technology integration specialist demanding that the Planned Parenthood website be blocked at school.
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    of the systemsystem, which is significantsignificant, will be
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    with funds that normally pay for information resources.full-text databases.
    The school secretary has created a publicly-accessible website of all students who have overdue books and other materials along with the titles of those materials.
    A teacher has asked the lab manager for a list of the sites a student has visited during the previous hour to determine if the student is on task, looking for materials related to the research requirement and of a suitable reading level.
    The district technology director regularly visits classrooms throughout the district, taking photos of students using technology. He tweets these photos out to the public using a school-associated hashtag.
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    of the research.research findings.
    A teacher asks the tech specialist how to download a YouTube video and then add it to his learning management system.
    The building technician is asked to load licensed software on all computers in a lab for which the district only has a license for 10. The teacher who asks this states that no more than 10 students at any one time will be using the software.
    The tech specialist in the building when working on a teacher's computer sees in the browser history that the teacher has been doing online shopping using his classroom computer and reports this to the building principal.

    At a conference, the technology director is invited to dinner by a major computer company who openly solicits the district's business. The cost of the meal and drinks is about $50.00.
    The local computer store sells Chromebooks for approximately 20% more than a national vendor. The technology director buys from the local company citing better customer service.
    As an avid environmentalist, a teacher does not allow her students to print any of their digital products, insisting they be share only electronically.
    The principal gathers input from her parent advisory committee to determine building policies on things like cell phone use, use of computers in the library, and filtering questions. Some teachers object on the grounds that these decisions should be made by professional educators.
    The curriculum department chair refuses to purchase any online reference materials, stating that all the information students need is free on the Internet.
    The digital learning specialist refuses to attend the state technology conference stating that all she needs to know about current practices in educational technology can be gained through her Twitter feed.
    The district decides to implement a reading program as part of an intervention program for struggling students. A classroom teacher who firmly believes that such programs kill the joy of reading refuses to use the program.

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