Monthly Archives: October 2015

Blog Post 7 – Fundamentals of Info Serv – Jing – pathfinder instructions – due Thursday October 29th @ midnight

Use Jing to create video instructions for the Pathfinder Assignment.  Post a link to your Jing video on your blog. Jing Pathfinder what to do video

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Blog Post 6 – Introduction to LIS – school libraries – due Thursday October 29th @ midnight

Reflect on your visit to St. Luke the Evangelist Catholic School library. Identify at least three ways that Ms Mistele supports the goals and values of the Together For Learning OSLA document. The Teacher-Librarian, Ms. Mistele, at St. Luke the Evangelist

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Blog Post 6 -Client Services – Reader’s Theater – due Thursday October 29th @ midnight

Regarding the reader’s theater activity… What worked well? What didn’t work well? How would you improve or modify this event if you delivered it at a school library? I think that the Reader’s Theater activity worked very well. Everyone participated and had

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Blog Post 5 – Field Experience – ST/AR video

Create a link to the ST/AR video you created in class. Evaluate how easily it is to identify the Situation or Task, Action you took and Result. What did you do well? What could you improve? Will using the ST/AR

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Blog Post 5 – Introduction to LIS – Academic Libraries

Review the description of the LibQual survey. LibQual survey results can provide statistical evidence to: -support proposed initiatives or purchases -measure the success of recently implemented strategies -identify areas of strength (to continue) and weakness (to address) for planning purposes.

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Blog Post 6 – Fundamentals of Information Services – multidisciplinary databases at your library

Conduct a reference interview with a friend or family member who is not a LIT student. Have the friend or family member ask you a reference question (you can give them a choice of two or three topics you are

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Client Services – Blog Post 4 – Book Talk

Blog Post 4 – booktalks – due Tuesday October 20th @ 11am Read the booktalk articles posted in DC Connect Using the advice, recommendations and instructions provided in the articles, write a booktalk for a book nominated for the Golden

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