Category Archives: Digital Fluency

Digital Citizenship for Inquiring Learners

More and more, educators are concerned about teaching citizenship in a digital world. The Association of Library Consultants and Coordinators of Ontario (TALCO) recently released an excellent resource for teachers to use as they help their students develop as responsible … Continue reading

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The Virtual Teacher-Librarian

For quite some time, I’ve been promoting the possibilities for using video as a teaching and learning tool. The notion of the flipped classroom – making content available for students to consume outside of class time, freeing up valuable face-to-face … Continue reading

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Digital Literacy: Opportunities in the Learning Commons

I’ve been writing a lot about digital literacy, most recently with this article, just published in the current issue of School Libraries in Canada (SLIC). My focus for previous articles has been informing ourselves about the issues and the research … Continue reading

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