What are the best ways to motivate students to become engaged and develop a passion for learning? Can appealing to their desire for socialization and constant communication—attributes of their lives outside of education—via the integration of cutting-edge technologies and “new media” in the library or classroom serve to ignite creativity, curiosity, and critical thinking? This book shows how you can make use of non-traditional tools such as popular social networks, collaborative technologies, and cloud computing to teach information
|Title:||Your Library Is the Answer : Demonstrating Relevance to Tech-Savvy Learners||Print ISBN:||۹۷۸۱۵۹۸۸۴۹۳۳۲|
|Author(s):||Russo, Christina; Swan, Cathy||eISBN:||۹۷۸۱۵۹۸۸۴۹۳۴۹|
|Series:||Publication Date:||۲۲ Jan, 2015|
|LCCN:||Z675.S3 — .R877 2015eb||Language:||English|
|Edition:||N/A||LCSH:||Internet in school libraries — United States.|
Online social networks — Library applications — United States.
School librarian participation in curriculum planning — United States.
School librarians — Effect of technological innovations on — United States.
School libraries — Aims and objectives — United States.
School libraries — Information technology — United States.
School libraries — United States — Evaluation.
|Formats Available:||PDF, ePUB|