E-learning including information literacy, Web 2.0 and school libraries
The Education Revolution presents us with unique challenges. It will not be possible to use traditional methods of professional development and skills training to support this degree of change for this many people.
We need to work smarter not harder.
Just-in-Time, Point-of-Need, Anywhere-Anytime.
Atomic Learning have many years of experience in delivering this type of support in an effective and affordable way.
Atomic Learning can be embedded in your online learning environment and provides over 35,000 video tutorials on 150 pieces of software plus ready to use curriculum projects.
Interactive Whiteboards are no longer considered to be a form of
This workshop will investigate the impact of new communication technologies on teaching and learning in relation to the development of digital libraries and e-learning within school library information literacy teaching programs.
I will be presenting a poster about elearning in the newly set up school in Darwin. The presentation will include how students are encouraged to learn through online tools.