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Styling Librarian: Technology Resources Shared for June 2012

Thought I’d share my favorite resources technology wise for June, some were discovered early July, here we go:

MY THREE FAVORITE BOOK RELATED VIDEOS this past month:

Public Library celebration of reading:

Two Truths and a Library- I did this activity with two of my grade levels, hoping next year some children will enjoy finding the sticky note celebration of books:

Finally, I LOVED this video shared by fabulous Reading Is Fundamental President and Chief Executive Officer- Carol H. Rasco — hope you’ve seen their fabulous PSA video: http://www.rif.org/ (My dream is to work with this organization some day, every passion I have syncs with their philosophical approach to education and literacy promotion.)
Beautiful short film with a bookmark meeting a surfboard, I enjoyed every MINUTE of this video: Title: “Much Better Now” from Salon Alpin on Vimeo: 

Much Better Now from Salon Alpin on Vimeo.

I was a slightly quieter blogger for the month of June… Busy times personally, so I’m sharing a few blog posts and then it’s all Diigo logs (I love Diigo, maybe you want to follow me there, I bookmark everything I think is worthy to remember and also sync’d up my Twitter to it so that it logs the treasures I don’t want to forget. My favorite thing about bookmarking on Diigo is that I can put in summaries and share to some of the groups I follow/created. It is all about sharing and being social on my end! http://www.diigo.com/profile/deblalvarez

Styling Librarian Posts:

Best series book source information came from #titletalk  Check out my blog on this at:
http://thestylinglibrarian.com/2012/07/05/styling-librarian-series-titletalk/ 

Focus on Book Clubs:
http://thestylinglibrarian.com/2012/06/16/styling-librarian-childrens-book-clubs-part-1/
http://thestylinglibrarian.com/2012/06/20/styling-librarian-childrens-book-club-part-2/

Focus on Weekly Reading:
http://thestylinglibrarian.com/2012/07/02/styling-librarian-what-are-you-reading-7212/
http://thestylinglibrarian.com/2012/06/26/styling-librarian-what-are-you-reading-62512/
http://thestylinglibrarian.com/2012/06/18/styling-librarian-what-are-you-reading/
http://thestylinglibrarian.com/2012/06/11/styling-librarian-what-are-you-reading-61012/
http://thestylinglibrarian.com/2012/06/04/styling-librarian-what-are-you-reading-6312/

Focus on World Awareness/International Mindedness:
Favorite Read Alouds: http://thestylinglibrarian.com/2012/06/23/styling-librarian-world-awareness-part-6-favorite-read-alouds-part-3/

International Mindedness: Rights and Responsibilities: http://thestylinglibrarian.com/2012/06/02/styling-librarian-international-mindedness-part-5-rights-and-responsibilities/

Book Recommendation Focus:
Being a balanced reader (and recovering from Divergent/Hunger Games): http://thestylinglibrarian.com/2012/06/28/styling-librarian-recovery-from-divergent-and-hunger-games-or-being-a-balanced-reader/

My Moving Blog Focus:
Moving library- celebrating school: http://thestylinglibrarian.com/2012/06/30/styling-librarian-distance-is-healthy-saying-goodbye-with-happiness/

Books for Children about Moving: http://thestylinglibrarian.com/2012/06/10/styling-librarian-childrens-books-about-moving/

Pictures of my old library in Oregon and new library in Hong Kong: http://thestylinglibrarian.com/2012/06/03/styling-librarian-moving-old-library-to-new-library/

Moving- Style- letting go, last month I focused on a post about letting go of books when moving, now letting go of clothes: http://thestylinglibrarian.com/2012/05/31/styling-librarian-moving-letting-go-clothes/

I was a guest writer on Nerdy Book Club! I wrote a retro-post on a favorite book- Half Magic by Edward Eager: http://thestylinglibrarian.com/2012/06/21/2278/

Congratulations to Teach Mentor Texts on their One Lovely Blog Award and thank you so much for the blog appreciation mention!

My favorite “book” images blog post: http://randomactsofreading.wordpress.com/2012/06/29/books-in-the-wild-7/

And now… Diigo files for June- oh my there are so many treasures!:
Popular Series in Mr. Schu’s Library – Google Docs  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vgO5-08xMnq6JXLBDaI8UTAh_gXtIV1kRhLNdbJn19I/edit  R friend @mrschureads is heading to the Newbery banquet. Thankfully he has provided us with a SERIES LIST: https://t.co/zAdBCqsV #titletalk
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Download discussion guide:  http://files.harpercollins.com/HCChildrens/OMM/Media/OneAndOnlyIvan_DG_4.pdf Download #TheOneandOnlyIvan discussion guide: http://t.co/BT3slFTW
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Great Kid Books: Popular fiction series with kids ages 7 – 11  http://greatkidbooks.blogspot.com/2012/06/popular-fiction-series-with-kids-ages-7.html @colbysharp @mentortexts thinking if you, wondering if you might share my latest post on #Titletalk – top circ series http://t.co/e3NMimd8
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The Value of Librarians! via  http://stephenslighthouse.com/2012/06/07/the-value-of-librarians/  The Value of Librarians! http://t.co/ZKRgZZRd via @zite #fb
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Bookfessions • Source: haveaview  http://bookfessions.tumblr.com/post/25668639673/source-haveaview Presently, this is my favorite book quote source: THESE ARE CONFESSIONS AND/OR THOUGHTS OF A BOOK LOVER, BIBLIOPHILE, BOOK ADDICT, READER, LOVER OF LITERATURE, NERD…CALL ME WHAT YOU WILL, BUT HERE THEY ARE. IF YOU HAVE A SUGGESTION FOR A BOOKFESSION, SEND IT TO MY ASK BOX!
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Mr Printables | Free Printables for Kids and Moms & Dads  http://www.mrprintables.com Oodles of free printables for kids Early learning resources for preschool and beyond, kids parties and fun games for holidays … it’s about having creative fun times with kids and learning together!
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HV061- Educating Esme : HearVox  http://hearingvoices.com/news/2009/06/hv061-educating-esme/ During her first year teaching fifth grade in a Chicago public school, Esmé Codell kept a journal. This radio hour is based on her book Educating Esmé: Diary of a Teacher’s First Year. Produced by Jay Allison with Christina Egloff for their Life Stories series and Chicago Public Radio. (This version is slightly edited for time; the original is at PRX.)
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TD Summer Reading Club  http://tdsummerreadingclub.ca Great source for summer reading: Jokes, Silly Stories, Creature Creator, How to draw… etc: This program is a joint initiative between TD Bank Group, Toronto Public Library and Library and Archives Canada. Every year a theme is selected from suggestions made across the country. Supporting materials for the program are developed by a team of children’s librarians from Toronto Public Library with the francophone component developed by librarians from Ottawa, Quebec City and Montreal.
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Ages 6-11 Homepage Main Sections – TVOKids.com  http://www.tvokids.com/6-11 TVO Kids- loads of videos and games- educational? Mostly…
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The Official Website of Robert Munsch  http://robertmunsch.com/ Hi, welcome to robertmunsch.com. I hope you enjoy this selection of my work, as well as the creative art and short stories donated by kids and teachers.
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Create your own comic strips – Bitstrips  http://www.bitstrips.com Create your own comic strips starring YOU and your friends!
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Teacher’s Guide: Five websites to keep students reading this summer  http://liamodonnell.com/feedingchange/2012/06/teachers-guide-five-websites-to-keep-students-reading-this-summer/  Summer vacation is just around the corner and teachers and librarians are freaking out. It has nothing to do with lost books or late report cards. It has everything to do with reading. After spending months working to get students into the habit of reading, myself and many of my colleagues are concerned that much of that hard work (on both sides) will be undone by two months of (much needed) summer distractions. To help students keep reading in the summer, I’ve been showcasing several websites with my K-6 students to encourage to keep those reading skills sharp. Below is a list of five of the best websites to help kids keep up their reading this summer.
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Sign Up to Get Betsy Bird’s Best of the Best in PDF  http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/slj/home/894922-312/sign_up_to_get_betsy.html.csp  Let’s put our hands together for SLJ blogger Betsy Bird who spent the last six weeks sorting through 200 titles to bring you the Top 100 Picture Books and Chapter Books of all time. Dying to know who topped the lists? Maurice Sendak’s classic Where the Wild Things Are made best picture book, while E. B. White’s Charlotte’s Web ranked the best chapter book.
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The Innovative Educator: Missed ISTE? Catch it via YouTube!  http://theinnovativeeducator.blogspot.com/2012/07/missed-iste-catch-it-via-youtube.html  If you missed this year’s International Society of Technology Educator’s (ISTE) conference, that doesn’t mean you missed out on all the fun. You can still catch much of the excitement via ISTE’s YouTube channel which features conference keynotes and highlights.
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The Ultimate Simplified Guide to The Use of Evernote in Education  http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2012/06/ultimate-simplified-guide-to-use-of.html  Evernote is a great web service and software application that we can use in education. A lot of ink has been shed on this topic and just one click in a search engine is enough to get hundreds of links to guides and tutorials about Evernote. I have been going through so many of these resources and have collected ideas, videos, notes and many more. If you are a loyal reader to my blog ( I am glad most of you are ) you would clearly notice that guides I write here are different in that they are simple. to the point, address teachers and students direct  need, and most of all written in an easy and simple language. In this regard, I am working on an ebook that will contain all the guides I have posted here so far but will be available for free only to my subscribers. Without any further ado, let us get back to our guide.
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Well Read Books  http://wellreadbooks.blogspot.com/2007/06/book-spine-bracelets.html  Cool idea for book spines, turn into bracelets.
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Fantastic Fiction  http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk  Bibliographies for over 30,000 authors. Use the browse menu on the left to find an author by surname, or use the search boxes on the right to search for an author or book
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All the Web 2.0 Tools you’ll ever need in one blog post! | Digital Learning Environments  http://www.guide2digitallearning.com/blog_jim_forde/all_web_20_tools_you039ll_ever_need_one_blog_post  I am web geek, and not just because I own a Foursquare t-shirt that I bought at a discount after my 1000th check in.  The real reason I know I am a web geek is because I LOVE discovering cool web 2.0 tools that can enhance my classroom!  I am about to share with you my not so secret sources for teacher Web 2.0 excitment! …and that’s not all!  Actually, it is, but I think you will enjoy discovering all of the new tools that these web sources will present.  I guarantee that you will find something new that will amaze you as you explore.  So get ready to dive into these web 2.0 treasure troves!
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2012 Read to Me – Picture Book Reading Challenge | There’s A Book  http://www.theresabook.com/picture-book-challenge/2012-picture-book-reading-challenge/  It’s back! This is the second annual Read to Me – A Picture Book Reading Challenge! During it’s initial year the Picture Book Reading Challenge was my most visited page and I’m thrilled to say it had nearly 100 participants. I’m hoping that 2012 will bring just as many eager participants to share their love of picture books with the little ones we all know and love. Below is a bit more info about the challenge, be sure to read it over and don’t be afraid to ask questions! Good luck and thanks so much for joining in!
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The World Peace Game « two apples a day  http://twoapplesaday.org/2012/06/20/the-world-peace-game/  John Hunter is an elementary school teacher in Virginia who is doing something extraordinary and innovative with his students called the World Peace Game. There is a documentary on his work called: World Peace and other 4th-Grade Achievements.
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Dipity – Find, Create, and Embed Interactive Timelines  http://www.dipity.com  Dipity is a free digital timeline website. Our mission is to organize the web’s content by date and time. Users can create, share, embed and collaborate on interactive, visually engaging timelines that integrate video, audio, images, text, links, social media, location and timestamps.
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How to: Inquiry | YouthLearn  http://www.youthlearn.org/learning/planning/lesson-planning/how-inquiry/how-inquiry  Will you ever just walk into class and ask, “Okay, what do you want to study today?” Of course not. Inquiry-based learning is founded on students taking the lead in their own learning, but it still requires considerable planning on your part. Projects must fit into your larger program structure, goals and plans, but the students will be actively involved in planning the projects with you and asking the questions that launch their individual inquiries.
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20 Twitter Chats Every Librarian Should Know About | Edudemic  http://edudemic.com/2012/06/twitter-chats-library/  Libraries are increasingly getting hip to using Twitter as a tool, with many offering the service as a point of contact with librarians. But Twitter is an excellent tool for librarian learning as well, offering lots of great opportunities for discussion. Many Twitter chats exist for the literary and library world, and we’ve discovered 20 of the absolute best for librarians to check out.
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I.N.K.  http://inkrethink.blogspot.com  Here we will meet the writers whose words are presenting nonfiction in a whole new way. Discover books that show how nonfiction writers are some of the best storytellers around
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Van Meter Library Voice: ThingLink…Enabling Smart Learning  http://vanmeterlibraryvoice.blogspot.com/2012/06/thinglinkenabling-smart-learning.html htm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+blogspot%2FQzOLB+%28Van+Meter+Library+VOICE%29  ThingLink is a wonderful application that lets teachers and students make images interactive.  Last week I had a great conversation with Neil Vineberg, CMO of ThingLink.  Neil filled me in on what was new at ThingLink and some amazing examples that others have created.
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World Citizen  http://www.peacesites.org  World Citizen is a non-profit organization that empowers the education community to promote a just and peaceful world through activities for children and youth. World Citizen positively impacts thousands of young people through its programs: Peace Education, International Peace Site & Nobel Peace Prize Festival.
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TEDxManhattanBeach – Thomas Suarez – iPhone Application Developer… and 6th Grader – YouTube  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehDAP1OQ9Zw&feature=player_embedded  Thomas Suarez is a 6th grade student at a middle school in the South Bay of Los Angeles. When Apple released the Software Development Kit (SDK), he began to create and sell his own applications. “My parents, my friends and even the people at the Apple store all supported me,” he says, “and Steve Jobs inspired me”. Thomas points out that it’s hard to learn how to make an app. “For soccer you could go to a soccer team … but what if you want to make an app?” He’s started a club for fellow students at school, where he shares his knowledge of programming. Thomas articulates his vision that students are a valuable new technology resource to teachers, and should be empowered to offer assistance in developing the technology curriculum and also assist in delivering the lessons.  Thomas has been fascinated by computers and technology since before kindergarten. Recently, he’s been focused on the development of applications for the iPhone, and has established his own company, CarrotCorp http://www.carrotcorp.com/. His most successful application is one he terms “an anti-Justin-Bieber game” called “Bustin Jieber”. “It’s is a variation on the Whac-a-Mole theme,” he explains. http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/bustin-jieber/id404956571?mt=8
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Chimamanda Adichie: The danger of a single story | Video on TED.com  http://www.ted.com/talks/chimamanda_adichie_the_danger_of_a_single_story.html  “The single story creates stereotypes, and the problem with stereotypes is not that they are untrue, but that they are incomplete. They make one story become the only story.” The single story creates stereotypes, and the problem with stereotypes is not that they are untrue, but that they are incomplete. They make one story become the only story.”
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Investigating Images – YouTube  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lz_Tqu1UUpI&feature=relmfu  Using visual clues to develop informative explanations of images

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Using Criteria – YouTube  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbkGf6MR1vo&feature=player_embedded  Using Criteria to make decisions Youtube Video
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“What’s Your Story?” 2011 Winners  http://Whatsyourstory.trendmicro.com/internet-safety/pg/winners-2011  Create a video educating people about staying safe and secure online and using the Internet responsibly. The prize? $10,000 for the best overall video, and cash prizes to each best-in-category video for individual and school entries. Meet our winners (as selected by viewers and our panel of judges) and watch their stories from three categories: Being a good online citizen, Using a mobile phone wisely, Maintaining your privacy online.
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eLibraryUSA  http://elibraryusa.state.gov  eLibraryUSA gives members of Information Resource Centers, American Corners, and other American Spaces around the world access to information that Americans find at their public libraries. We have a broad range of resources about learning English, American history and culture, health, business, and more.
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Peak School Library Report 2011-2012  http://www.slideshare.net/secret/oJBBP7qC5kcgXO  Really interesting to see a school library report like this…
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Anne Frank’s birthday  http://www.annefrank.org/en/Worldwide/news/2012/June/Anne-Franks-birthday-/  Anne Frank’s birthday on theme of diary’s 70th anniversary
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GLMA Summer Institute 2012 Presentation: Leveraging the Discourse of Common Core Standards to Spur Conversations for Student Learning and School Libraries | The Unquiet Librarian  http://theunquietlibrarian.wordpress.com/2012/06/14/glma-summer-institute-2012-presentation-leveraging-the-discourse-of-common-core-standards-to-spur-conversations-for-student-learning-and-school-libraries/  Leveraging the Discourse of Common Core Standards to Spur Conversations for Student Learning and School Libraries by Buffy Hamilton June 2012
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Spicynodes : Home  http://www.spicynodes.org  Fascinating organization tool.
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Web 2.0 Labs – Welcome  http://www.web20labs.com  The mission of Web 2.0 Labs is to continue to cultivate, incubate, and grow existing and future opportunities for peer learning in education. Educators, librarians, and students are given the opportunity to learn from and work with each other, and to promote the personal and collective value of that work through social media projects.
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17 Things to Chew On: Round 2  http://www.17thingsround2.blogspot.com  RB’s next step into the world of all things Web 2.0  Professional development…
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Anderson One’s 21 Things – home  http://andersonone21things.wikispaces.com What is “21 Things”? 21 Things is a self-directed course designed to improve your teaching skills and technology use in the classroom. Each week you will be presented with a task from our list of 21 things. Some of the tasks are practical tips and tricks while others encourage you to stretch your teaching practices and learn new tech tools.
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Smore – Design beautiful online flyers and publish instantly  http://www.smore.com Online flyer resource.
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You Are What You Write « EasyBib  http://content.easybib.com/you-are-what-you-write/  At EasyBib we are intimately aware of the issues that plague students surrounding information literacy. Plagiarism, source attribution and critical thinking are among some of the real problems that our educators and students face. We put together this infographic to shed light on the matter, to underscore why librarians are needed more than ever, and to show what EasyBib is doing about it. Click the image for a bigger size!
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Standards – MEMO – Minnesota Educational Media Organization  http://memotech.ning.com/page/standards  The goal of our project was to update the MEMO Guidelines for Standards in Information and Technology Literacy. The new standards reflect 21st century skills and provide a bridge between K-12 and higher education expectations for students. Beginning in June and continuing throughout the summer and fall, advisory and writing groups met, and determined the framework, standards and benchmarks. The groups included library media specialists and technology integration teachers as well as representatives from public libraries, higher education, and business.
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ISTE | NETS for Students  http://www.iste.org/standards/nets-for-students.aspx  ISTE’s NETS for Students (NETS•S) are the standards for evaluating the skills and knowledge students need to learn effectively and live productively in an increasingly global and digital world.
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AASL Standards for the 21st-Century Learner | American Association of School Librarians (AASL)  http://www.ala.org/aasl/guidelinesandstandards/learningstandards/standards  Standards for the 21st-Century Learner offer vision for teaching and learning to both guide and beckon our profession as education leaders. They will both shape the library program and serve as a tool for school librarians to use to shape the learning of students in the school.
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Standards, Curriculum and Instruction  http://education.state.mn.us/MDE/EdExc/StanCurri/index.html  Academic standards define expectations for the educational achievement of Minnesota’s public school students in grades K-12. The standards and benchmarks are important because they: 1) identify the knowledge and skills that all students must achieve by the end of a grade level or grade band; 2) help define the course credit requirements for graduation; and, 3) serve as a guide for the local adoption and design of curricula. Student mastery of the standards is measured though state and local assessments.
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Teachers Use Twitter As Their Preferred CPD Tool – MentorMob  http://www.mentormob.com/learn/i/how-to-use-twitter-if-youre-a-teacher/teachers-use-twitter-as-their-preferred-cpd-tool  Use ideas from Twitter videos…
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Classroom 2.0  http://www.classroom20.com  Welcome to Classroom20.com, the social network for those interested in  Web 2.0, Social Media, and Participative Technologies in the classroom. We encourage you to sign up to participate in the great discussions here, to receive event notifications, and to find and connect with colleagues. We have over 66,000 members from 188 countries!  Classroom 2.0 is a free, community-supported network. We especially hope that those who are “beginners” will find this a supportive comfortable place to start being part of the digital dialog. Because of spammers, we have to approve all memberships here. While your membership is pending you are still welcome to peruse the site or attend any events! Welcome to Classroom20.com, the social network for those interested in  Web 2.0, Social Media, and Participative Technologies in the classroom. We encourage you to sign up to participate in the great discussions here, to receive event notifications, and to find and connect with colleagues. We have over 66,000 members from 188 countries!  Classroom 2.0 is a free, community-supported network. We especially hope that those who are “beginners” will find this a supportive comfortable place to start being part of the digital dialog. Because of spammers, we have to approve all memberships here. While your membership is pending you are still welcome to peruse the site or attend any events! Once your membership is approved, you can introduce yourself to the whole network by going to the introductory forum message. Please also feel free to explore! Here are some starting tips and a “Tour of Classroom 2.0” Elluminate recording, or you can ask help of a “host.”  Thanks so much for being here!
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Book Talk Tuesday  http://booktalktuesday.blogspot.com  Book Talk Resources Galore: I thought it would be a good idea to archive all of the Book Talk Tuesday posts- make them a little easier to access. On this blog you will find the links to all of the books that have been shared. We will still post Book Talk Tuesday on The Lemme Library page each week… only once the week is over will I archive the post on this blog.
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Amy KR presents…”The Money Tree” – Safeshare.TV  http://www.safeshare.tv/w/pmyPEkVQGy  Taking action, beautiful video to share.
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Librarians on the Fly: Myth #3 – With Everything Becoming Available Electronically, We Will No Longer Need Librarians  http://librariansonthefly.blogspot.fr/2012/05/myth-3-with-everything-becoming.html  Librarians on the Fly:  110,000 books, 500 teachers, 20 schools, 11 libraries, and only 2 librarians…  Try as we might, we can’t be everywhere.   Want to connect more kids with books through technology? Want to incorporate 21st century tools into your lessons? Need to advocate for your library? Follow our blog and we will teach you on the fly…
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How To Be a Discerning Reader | BOOK RIOT  http://bookriot.com/2012/04/19/how-to-be-a-discerning-reader/   To me, one of more difficult things about being a reader is explaining why I didn’t like a novel without sounding like a) a jerk, b) a passive-aggressive dweeb, or c) a small-minded fool. The rub is thus: You want to be discerning, without sounding douchey. But that’s so much easier said than done. What follows is a tip sheet I’ve developed based on my own reading, and as a connoisseur of book reviews. I hope it’ll help.
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How To Use Twitter If You’re A Teacher – MentorMob  http://www.mentormob.com/learn/playlists/how-to-use-twitter-if-youre-a-teacher#cid=56961  How To Use Twitter If You’re A Teacher
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Screenr – BrightIdeas: We take a look at the new Google Research Tool, which has been added as a sidebar in Google Docs.  http://www.screenr.com/CAm8  We take a look at the new Google Research Tool, which has been added as a sidebar in Google Docs. WOW, creates footnotes drag/drop feature, powerful.
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All Aboard!: Implementing Common Core offers school librarians an opportunity to take the lead.  http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/slj/home/893928-312/all_aboard_implementing_common_core.html.csp  All Aboard!: Implementing Common Core offers school librarians an opportunity to take the lead.

2 comments on “Styling Librarian: Technology Resources Shared for June 2012

  1. Cindy Rogers
    July 9, 2012

    We made your list…How exciting! And I just learned about Diigo from you… Thanks. I, too, am a librarian originally from Oregon and now headed for my first overseas assignment. It will be fun to follow your adventures as I live out my own. Good luck.

    • The Styling Librarian
      July 9, 2012

      I do so appreciate Diigo, it helps organize my thoughts and also remember past resources. How interesting that we’re both switching overseas, bon voyage! Yes, looking forward to keeping track of my adventures online– a little bit. Feeling adventurous!

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