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Module 1.2: Dates: 1/25 - 1/31


Topic: Preparation for Collaboration Discussion


Focusing Question: What are the benefits of classroom-library collaboration to students, classroom teachers, specialists, and school librarians?


Readings Codes 

  1. Empowering Learners: Guidelines for School Library Media Programs – EL
  2. Standards for the 21st Century Learner – S4L
  3. Many Faces of School Library Leadership – MFSLL
  4. Coteaching Reading Comprehension Strategies in Elementary School Libraries: Maximizing Your Impact (CRCSESL) or Coteaching Reading Comprehension Strategies in Secondary School Libraries: Maximizing Your Impact (CRCSSSL) 
  5. TWU Library Databases - TWU
  6. Blackboard Class Wiki (Course Menu Tab) - BBW
  7. Course Wiki: http://ls5443.wikispaces.com - CW
  8. Resources: R (in BB Module) - D (Download) 


Readings and Viewings


On the Web: Moreillon, Judi. Learning and Teaching in a 21st-century Constructivist Learning Environment. 23 Jan. 2010. VoiceThread. (aka: The Connections between Dr. M.’s Educational Philosophy and Wikis - Use the link to view full screen.)



VoiceThread Learning and Teaching Transcript (.doc)


CRCSESL or CRCSSSL: Introduction and Chapter 1 (Moreillon)


TWU: Lance, Keith Curry, Marcia J. Rodney, and Bill Schwarz. “The Impact of School Libraries on Academic Achievement: A Research Study Based on Responses from Administrators in Idaho." School Library Monthly 26.9 (2010): 14-17. Retrieved August 2, 2012, from Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts with Full Text database.


D.1.2: Moreillon, Judi. Resources For Evidence-based Practice PowerPoint. 01 Feb. 2016. PPT.


D.1.2: Moreillon, Judi. Coteaching Images PowerPoint. 06 Jan. 2014. PPT.


D.1.2: Moreillon, Judi. Cooperation-Collaboration PowerPoint. 23 Aug. 2009. PPT.


D.1.2: Moreillon, Judi. Coteaching Strategies PowerPoint. 06 Jan. 2014. PPT. 


On the Web: Review the ethical use of media in multimedia projects that involve Web distribution BEFORE creating your Web 2.0 Portrait and apply what your learned in LS5233: Multimedia Resources and Services.


1. Copyright Clearance Center's Copyright Basics: The Video (7 minutes) (accessed January 19, 2016)

2. University of Washington summary of CCUMC Fair Use Guidelines for Multimedia Educational Projects.

See 3.2.3 and 5.3 about Web distribution. Bottom line: Fair Use does not apply in the online environment if you are publishing outside of the Blackboard (meaning without password protection). (accessed January 19, 2016)


On the Web: Read: "The Core Rules of Netiquette -- Excerpted from Netiquette by Virginia Shea -- Albion.com." Albion.com Home Page. Web. 5 Aug. 2015. <http://www.albion.com/netiquette/corerules.html>.  (accessed January 19, 2016)



Assignment: A.1.2 - Friday, January 29th at 9:00 p.m. CT: Portrait of a Collaborator (Web 2.0 Tool) – Embed your portrait on your individual wiki page and post a link to your portrait from the BBW: Student Communications Page.


D.1.2: Take the self-check quiz: Moreillon, Judi. Leading by Example: Modeling Respect for Intellectual Property. 27 Dec. 2010. PPT. 


Set Up an Individual Wiki site at Wikispaces.com. You can find information on the CW Wiki Tools page. Check out the LS 5443 sample student wiki for navigation and content ideas. Post the URL to the BBW: Student Communications Page. 


Invite jmoreillon@twu.edu and mvaldez3@twu.edu to join as writers on your wiki.


Optional: Sign Up to Follow our Classmates on Twitter. LS5443 students’ Twitter accounts (for each class) are listed on the BBW: Student Communications Page. When posting items to Twitter that are related to our course, use this hashtag: #ls5443


Note: All students in all sections of this course will have access to your tweets.


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