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Teach students to climb higher with 21st century skills: collaboration, communication, creativity, critical thinking, citizenship, problem solving, responsibility, global literacy, media and Information literacy, reading and writing skills literacy, flexibility, and adaptability. Find 21st century skills activities and lessons in my TPT store. Find free items on Pinterest: www.pinterest.com...

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Developing information literacy skills is perhaps the most important issue in 21st Century Learning and yet the struggle to do so is an uphill battle. We asked our friends in the library world what they think of the state of information literacy in schools.

Teacher Librarians... This is the jackpot... Library Media Center Management Articles Blogs Digital Storytelling Infographics Lesson Plans and Games Livebinders Magazines and Journals Organization and Associations Podcasts Sites Teaching Information Literacy Oh MY!

Check out this great prezi about Information Literacy Skills by D.S. Apfelbaum

Information literacy: the work of librarians past and present

When shopping, you are faced with a vast array of choices.  Think of all the different stores and all of the different products and merchandise they carry.  How do we decide what store to go to and when we get there, what we will buy?  How do we decide we need to buy something in the first place?  For most people, the process of shopping is intuitive.  The process of library research is not.  www.mchenry.edu/...

This infographic looks at how students' research habits have changed over the years, with more plagiarism and use of free web. Good news for my husband Mike, who is a Reference librarian--librarians are still very important people for students!