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Antioch University Seattle School Library Certification Program: Digital Resources

EDU 602 LIBM Program and Collection Management is a required course in the school library endorsement program of Antioch University Seattle

Ebooks

Free Online Archived Webinars

Check out Booklist Online's FREE webinars; many on collection management and selection of resources.

Examples of School Library Websites on How To Access eBooks

Audiobooks

Washington State ProQuest Resources

Virtual Reality

Examples of Curation of Digital Resources by School Libraries

Free Internet Resources

What is Net Neutrality?

Published on Jan 24, 2018

The repeal of Net Neutrality is a hot topic in America, but it can be very difficult to understand. That’s why the BURGER KING® brand created WHOPPER® Neutrality, a social experiment that explains the effects of the repeal of Net Neutrality by putting it in terms anyone can understand: A WHOPPER® sandwich

Tips and Trick for Stretching Your eBook Budget

AASL FREE Webinar:

Tips & Tricks for Stretching Your eBook Budget

Oct 3, 2017

Maximizing your investment in digital content is an important goal for today’s school librarian. In this webinar, you'll learn tips and tricks for stretching your eBook budget to reach the most readers with the most titles. Becky Calzada, information and library services coordinator for the Leander Independent School District (TX), shares insight from her experience growing a successful digital collection that registers thousands of checkouts each month. Becky is joined by OverDrive Education’s Christina Samek, who’s worked hand-in-hand with schools across the country to deeply engage students and staff with eBooks, audiobooks and other digital resources. She shares proven best practices for serving reading and learning needs while maintaining a low cost-per-circ.

Recommended Ed Tech Sites to Keep Up-To-Date

This list is not all-inclusive. Curated by Daniella Smith in a KQ Blog post "Resources for Learning about Educational Technology" dated 5/24/18.

Educational Technology Websites
Class Tech Tips https://classtechtips.com/
Colleen Graves https://colleengraves.org/
Education World: Technology https://www.educationworld.com/a_tech/
Edudemic: Connecting Education & Technology http://www.edudemic.com/
Edtech 4 Beginners https://edtech4beginners.com/
EmergingEdTech https://www.emergingedtech.com
Free Technology for Teachers http://www.freetech4teachers.com/
International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Blog https://www.iste.org/explore
Mighty Little Librarian (Tiffany Whitehead) http://www.mightylittlelibrarian.com/
NeverEnding Search (Joyce Valenza) http://blogs.slj.com/neverendingsearch/
School Library Journal Technology Archives https://www.slj.com/technology/
TeacherCast https://www.teachercast.net/instructional-technology/
Tech & Learning https://www.techlearning.com/
The Ed Tech Round Up http://www.edtechroundup.org/
The Innovative Educator https://theinnovativeeducator.blogspot.com/

OER

Great background article: Emrich, V., Senior, E., Ford, G., Hicks, L., & Riesett, B. (2019). Maryland’s Journey with OER. Knowledge Quest, 48(2), 36–41.

"OASIS offers users worldwide the ability to search a range of OER materials including textbooks, courses and corresponding materials, interactive simulations, public domain books, audiobooks, modules, open access books, videos and podcasts on a variety of topics — from anthropology to zoology. OASIS also is the only tool that allows users to limit searches by creative commons licenses or by faculty review."

https://oasis.geneseo.edu/

ISTE Standards for Students

Click here for a copy of this poster and more information form ISTW.

Assessing Reading Levels of Websites