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Wikis, Blogs and Web Publishing<br />@ your library<br />LNicholson, April 2010<br />
Using Web 2.0 Tools in the Library<br />For collaboration with the classroom teacher and other specialists.<br />To enhance student learning.<br />To reinforce classroom learning and prepare students for the future.<br />
Wiki’s<br />I thought of using a Wiki as an independent learning activity for my students.<br />After a short intro, I would have my 5th grade students work on the wiki in the computer lab of the library. They would leave their comments and see other comments as well.<br />Since I see five different 5th grade classes in a week, I would need to set up different comment pages for each class. <br />I would be able to check comments which would help me give grades to the students.<br />http://usingtheinternetforresearch.wikispaces.com/<br />
RSS Reader<br />I used IGoogle as a place to capture all professional reading and book reviews .<br />This will put in one place the professional reading and reviews I need to make smart purchases for the library, and keep me up to date on technology and library news.<br />
Blogging<br />Reading Olympics is the perfect blogging activity for the library. Students would have the chance to talk about the books they have read, and learn from the answers of the other students. Questions could be posted and the students would have the opportunity to blog with Reading Olympic teams at other schools.<br />http://goodnoereading.blogspot.com/<br />
Glogster<br />For many years the library has collaborated with the 4th grade teachers with their state fair project. The students created a tri-fold display. They created a map, travel brochure, drew symbols in art class, and did a power point of a famous person in their state.<br />A poster of their state would be a fun addition, combining all these different elements, and adding their own style to the project.<br />http://izzy01.edu.glogster.com/glog-5397/<br />
Final Thoughts<br />I thought all the tools were useful, just for different projects. In the library with different grade levels, we can use all the tools to extend learning for the students.<br />All the tools were easy to use, and with time and practice, my students and I could become more proficient with them.<br />Moodle seemed like a good delivery system for online learning. Directions made sense, and projects were easy to share.<br />