Global e-literacy: leading the reinvention

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Global e-literacy: leading the reinvention
of learning: a conference for teacher-librarians and
school leaders

Presented by the
School Library Association of Victoria

Friday, 27 July 2012

8.45 am to 3.15
pm

MCG Dining Room,
Jolimont

 

Introduction

 

This conference
will build on the inspiration offered by Joyce Valenza and the Department of
Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) FUSE projects and showcase
how teacher-librarians are using emerging technologies to enhance student
learning. The program will concentrate on links to the Australian curriculum,
learning and evidence-based practice with practical applications to empower
teacher librarians to make the most of their roles and highlight the value of
their e-literacy skills and knowledge to the entire school community.

 

The morning will
commence with a keynote presentation from Judy O’Connell, a recognised expert
in using Web 2.0 technology in school libraries. Judy will examine curation and
information options for schools and school libraries, providing insight into
the potential role of teacher-librarians in developing e-literacy skills. Jenny
Luca will follow and explore the changing learning environment from a student’s
point of view. This will include; looking at the choices students have in
individual learning outcomes; new ways of learning and opportunities for us to
integrate into our teaching practice.

 

The afternoon
panel will showcase the impact that new technologies can have on our roles and
libraries. Our panellists will highlight how using Web 2.0 tools can change
what and how we operate and the impact this has on students’ learning right
here in Victoria. “Explore and expand your own e-learning” session
before lunch is an exciting opportunity for hands-on experience. It is designed
to allow participants to explore the use of a specific online resource or
application through demonstration and discussion with peers. Follow personal
interests and venture into new learning on your own device while at the conference.

 

Cecilie Murray
will conclude the day, reflecting on and bringing together the ideas, concepts
and perspectives of how libraries and teacher-librarians can energise learners
through using “anytime anywhere” resources. She will summarise the day’s
learnings and predictions in view of the reinvention of learning beyond 2013
and the introduction of the national curriculum.

Program
Overview

 

8.00 a.m. Registration
and Trade Exhibition

 

8.45 am Welcome and Introduction

Cindy Tschernitz,
Executive Officer, School Library Association of Victoria and Cecilie Murray,
Director, Delphian eLearning

 

9.00 am Keynote Address

Leading the Learning Revolution

Judy O’Connell, Lecturer,
School of Information Studies Associate Course Director (Teacher Librarianship)
Faculty of Education Charles Sturt University

 

9.45 am  Featured Address

Multimodal Literacies

Jenny Luca , Head
of Information Services at Toorak College

 

10.30 am Morning Tea
and Trade Exhibition

 

11.00 am Explore and expand your own
e-literacy

Roundtable workshop and discussion.

Cecilie Murray, Director,
Delphian eLearning

 

12.15 pm Lunch

 

1.00 pm Energising Learning

 

Panel Discussion

Lib Guides – Di Ruffles, Director
of Information Services, Melbourne High School
Apps Swap Meet – John Pearce, 
Principal, Salty Solutions Educational Consultancy
Curation Tools – Cameron Hocking, Learning Programs Officer- Online
Education, State Library of Victoria
21st
Century Library Design – David Feighan,
Director, Libraries and Learning Resources. Bialik College

 

2.30 pm Reinvention of learning through
global e-literacy beyond 2012

Cecilie Murray,
Director, Delphian eLearning

 

3.15 pm
Conference Close

For more full conference brochure  and to register go to

http://www.slav.schools.net.au/downloads/07conference/07_12.pdf

http://www.slav.schools.net.au/downloads/07conference/eliteracy0712.pdf

 

See on www.slav.schools.net.au

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