Handouts that you can modify and use to meet your individual needs. These are created under share and share alike. Please use and share with others.





Infographic Handout from Alicia

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CU8iGm5LVFRauv2U8k79qW9Vb2vFKrDlqrdZwbQ4g4o/edit?usp=sharing

Assessment Tools from Alicia

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CU8iGm5LVFRauv2U8k79qW9Vb2vFKrDlqrdZwbQ4g4o/edit?usp=sharing

Twitter Resources from Alicia

http://shackstacks.weebly.com/twitter-resources.html

Weebly Handout (website) from Alicia

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GoEn62Yqndc1LlGOQDxRAio-jz8ligNI99IL8WhlQIQ/edit?usp=sharing



Adding Widgets to a Wikispace Wiki:
(Thanks to the Daring Librarian, Gwyneth Jones, for creating and offering this copyright free tutorial using Comic Life!)
Adding widgets to Wikispaces


Installing iTALC computer monitoring freeware for Windows 7:

Best Practices for Secondary Librarians

http://www.scribd.com/doc/86245370/Best-Practices-for-Secondary-Librarians?secret_password=1s5gwzihwadw5fymfzmv

Codecademy:

A great free website where you can learn website development coding such as HTML or CSS or learn to create programs like games. There is even a curriculum in case you want to teach students. Lessons are self-paced and kids who already know some coding can help those who may be struggling.