By Wilfried Sühl-Strohmenger,Martina Straub
Das Handbuch bietet einen fundierten und breiten Überblick über neue Konzepte zur Informationskompetenz aus der Sicht der Bibliotheks-, Informations- und Erziehungswissenschaft sowie der Hochschuldidaktik und der Wissenschaftspolitik. Es enthält Beiträge zu Strategien und praktischen Realisierungen der Förderung von Informationskompetenz in Vorschule, Schule, Studium und wissenschaftlicher Forschung. Der lernförderlichen und nutzorientierten Gestaltung dieser Angebote durch Infrastrukturen, Beratungs- und Serviceangebote sowie durch didaktisch maßgeschneiderte Planungen kommt besondere Bedeutung zu. Die Entwicklungen der Informationskompetenz in Deutschland, Großbritannien, Österreich und der Schweiz werden jeweils mit speziellen Beiträgen dargestellt.
By Laura Solomon
offers an summary of the social media global, supplying context for prone like fb, Twitter, and YouTube, and analyzes how adults and teenagers use of social media affects the library
bargains recommendation on effortless how you can use those instruments every day, with making plans techniques for posting and scheduling
Addresses the advantageous issues of fb, evaluating some of the kinds of profiles and accounts
publications readers within the fundamentals of crafting attention-grabbing prestige updates, and different social media top practices
indicates the right way to deal with and display screen debts, together with tips about facing detrimental feedback
Including a bibliography of extra assets, Solomon's advisor will empower libraries to take advantage of social media as a strong software for advertising, outreach, and advocacy.
By Dianne de Las Casas
De Las Casas has tailored 25 folktales from throughout Asia for entire lecture room use, borrowing a jap approach to storytelling via photos. The ebook bargains pointers on rehearsing and unique dialogue and heritage of the Kamishibai methods, and it describes the right way to coordinate grade-level tale shows. Reproducible stories could be disbursed to every member of the category to aide in developing illustrations. The tales in Kamishibai tale Theater will satisfaction little ones in grades 2-6, engaging them to take part of their personal tale fest.
De Las Casas has tailored 25 folktales from throughout Asia for complete school room use, borrowing a eastern approach to storytelling via photographs. Kamishibai theater harkens again to itinerant storytellers (Kamishibai males) who conveyed their stories by way of illustrated playing cards slid into slots in wood levels equipped at the again in their bicycles. This booklet comprises an introductory bankruptcy describing intimately the tips on how to use in training scholars within the paintings of Kamishibai tale Theater. It deals tips about rehearsing, and distinctive dialogue and history of the Kamishibai techniques, and it describes how you can coordinate grade-level tale shows. Reproducible stories might be disbursed to every member of the category to aide in developing illustrations. Spot illustrations for every story supply scholars an concept of the flavour in their drawings for that tale. The tales in Kamishibai tale Theater will satisfaction teenagers in grades 2-6, engaging them to take part of their personal tale fest.
By Carol Smallwood
Poetry courses within the public library
Gatherings for neighborhood authors on the neighborhood college
inventive writing in center schools
Multicultural arts shows on the college library
projects to struggle illiteracy during the arts
The outstanding creativity and resourcefulness present in every one instance offer useful types which are tailored to any library atmosphere, inspiring librarians searching for special programming ideas.
By Samantha Hines,Richard J. Moniz,Marcy Simons
By Philip E Leinbach
By Debra Lucas-Alfieri
Although the twenty first century library is competing with various web-based assets, its consumers can reap the benefits of utilizing its study assistance, actual and on-line holdings, and actual area, so that they have to comprehend what the library bargains. Marketing the twenty first Century Library systematically and concisely teaches scholars and practitioners easy methods to and why they need to industry and advertise educational libraries. Librarians have to use advertising and marketing not just to promote and advertise assets, but additionally to spice up the occupation and the position we play. The e-book introduces key advertising thoughts, by means of the background of library advertising. next chapters consultant readers via a chain of instruments and assets to allow them to create their very own advertising plans, concluding with an exploration of assets, providers and additional readings.
- Includes net extras, tables, challenge and resolution exercises
- Contains huge references to real-world examples of excellent perform
- Details useful examples and case summaries from top libraries
- Explores the significance of selling and selling educational libraries
- Provides assets for readers to assist create advertising and marketing plans
By Carol June Bradley
By Bruce A. Shuman
This ebook employs a well-known car in library literature―the case study―but in a departure from the predicted, takes that common style right into a new measurement. Shuman makes use of the conversational narrative as a motor vehicle for portraying forty safety and security concerns that could come up in libraries, traumatic or vexing consumers and library employees individuals, alike. in contrast to the conventional narrative method of alternative case learn books, during this paintings, each one case is gifted as a soliloquy, inside of a fictional yet believable library state of affairs, wherein the protagonist makes use of his or her personal colourful mode of expression to explain not just what occurred, however the idea procedures that went into judgements reached, and the way she or he felt approximately it afterwards. This strategy is designed to make analyzing approximately library protection not only informative but in addition attention-grabbing and enjoyable to learn. The case experiences are observed through dialogue questions.
By Craig A. Rimmerman,W Averell H. Bauder,Patrick M. Collins,David Craig,Debra DeMeis,Michael Dobkowski,Katie Flowers,Mark Gearan,Jack D. Harris,Steven P. Lee,Jo Beth Mertens,H Wesley Perkins,Cynthia Sutton,Charles Temple
The individuals have interaction within the critique of carrier after which reply to that critique in the context in their person chapters. Readers may have a greater figuring out of what does and doesn't paintings out and in of the school room and why. the sensible charm of this quantity lies within the undeniable fact that different academics and scholars who're attracted to either constructing their very own service-learning classes and connecting these classes to broader problems with citizenship, democracy, and theories of justice, ethics, and morality can locate recommendation and functions of winning service-learning endeavors inside of it.