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The Future

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Transcript of The Future

Meeting
Students' Needs
by...

Providing Information
Literacy Tools
The
Learning Commons

Collaborating
with teachers

References
Technology Literacy
Resources tailored to Students' Needs
Open Spaces
Computer Labs
ADA Compliant
ALA, (2013). Privacy tool kit: Guidelines for developing a library privacy policy. Retrieved from
http://www.ala.org/offices/oif/iftoolkits/toolkitsprivacy/guidelinesfordevelopingalibraryprivacypolicy/guidelinesprivacypolicy#school
"Library privacy and confidentiality policies must be in compliance with applicable federal, state, and local laws. The courts have upheld the right to privacy based on the Bill of Rights of the U.S. Constitution. Many states provide guarantees of privacy in their constitutions and statute law. Numerous decisions in case law have defined and extended rights to privacy" (ALA, 2013, p.2)
Promoting
Providing
Protecting
Students' Rights to Privacy
Offering Support with
Educational Technologies
E-Readers/Tablet Computers
Providing Assistive Technologies
for Diverse Learners
Assistance with
Presentation Software
The School Library;
It's More Than Just
Books!
Flexible Spaces With...
Quiet Study Corners
and yes...
Purcell, K., Rainie, L., & Zickhur, K., (2013, January 22). Library services in the digital age. Pew Internet Libraries. Retrieved from http://libraries.pewinternet.org/2013/01/22/library-services/
Information Literacy
24hr Online Access
Availability
Extended Hours
The 21st Century School Library
has Become a
LEARNING LABORATORY!
Wesley High School Media Center: Volume II
Introducing
Bringing Literacy


into the
21st Century!
Wesley High School
Media Center Presents...
The Next Chapter in Literacy Education
The
LEARNING COMMONS!
NOW
WITH MORE
TECHNOLOGY!
What is a
"Learning Commons"
and why the
change?

So, it's Like a
Library Combined
with a High-Tech
Classroom!
How can we Learn
More About the WHSMC
Learning Commons?
Wesley High School
By Checking out
WHS Media Center
Online!
Friend us on

Find information on...
- Digital Literacy Seminars
- Book Clubs
- Library and School news
- Connect with parents and educators
- Message with the Library Staff

Follow us on
#LearningCommons
#Literacy
#Readingiscool
#Technoliteracy
- Book Chats
- Library updates
- View and post learning photos
WHSMC Learning Commons
BCLibraries. (2011, October 18). Learning Commons in BC [Video file]. Retrieved from
https:///www.youtube.com/watch?v=LglFl1BYfFs
- Providing new outlets for student creativity
- Giving educators new assessment tools
- Watch student learning in action
www.whsmc.wiki.edu
WSMC Wiki "Powered with Collaboration!"
Come view our Wiki page
- Full access Collaboration between students and educators
- Parents are Welcome too!
- Learn AboutEverything from Common Core to Coraline to the Earth's Core

https://www.wikispaces.com/
www.youtube.com
https://twitter.com/
Technology is key to
the future of
education.
It is transforming the
libraries of the
past.
From this...
To this...
http://www.freetech4teachers.com/
How will the
Learning Commons
Help Students?

But, What about
Teachers?
Reference Support
and Help
Navigating Copyright
Laws
Studies show “the availability of free computers and internet access now rivals book lending and reference expertise as a vital service of libraries” (Purcell, Rainie & Zickhur, 2013, p.1).
Plenty of Books
The
Future
of Literacy!

Desmond, P. (1959). Take five [recorded by Dave Brubeck Quartet]. On Time out [audio file] New York, N.Y.: Columbia. (1987)
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