Month: August 2013

Intellectual Property Today (SEFLIN)

This presentation was originally scheduled as a breakout session during the 2013 SEFLIN Regional Conference: Evolving Library Technologies. The presenter has graciously agreed to present the information to Florida library staff as a webinar. The advent of the internet has made the ability to share information and ideas very easy. This 60-minute live online session will give an …

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How to Conduct Resume and Interviewing Workshops at Your Library (SEFLIN)

This two-part online class will be held on September 9 and 10, 2013 from 2:00 – 3:30 pm. Students must attend both sessions. If you asked the people in your community what comes to mind when they think of your library, many might say “a resource for our community.” What better resource could you be than …

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Fair Use Part 2: Creative Commons Licenses and Media Labeled for Reuse

Many digital content creators WANT you to reuse their media, which broadens your classroom opportunities far beyond Fair Use. These licenses are particularly important for online publication where copyrighted materials cannot be utilized since it may impact the owner’s rights. This webinar will explore music, images, and other media that you and your students may …

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Fair Use Part 1: Copyright Law and Best Practices for Educators

In the past few years, educational Fair Use guidelines have undergone major revisions expanding opportunities for teachers and students to use copyrighted materials. Common Core Standards specify digital media use and publication, implying fair use will be a common topic in all ethical classrooms. This webinar will overview copyright concepts such as the Four Factors …

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Integrating Common Core with Marzano and Danielson

Marzano and Danielson evaluation systems are designed to guide “best teaching practices.” Learn how their strategies align with Common Core for the most effective and engaging lessons, (leading, of course, to higher teacher evaluations). Instructor: Michelle Cates, Library Media Specialist, West Palm Beach Feb. 6, 2014 3:00-4:00 pm CT (4-5 pm ET) Register at PLAN’s …

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Model Common Core Lessons

Including standards, scales, and step-by-step activities, this webinar demonstrates school library Common Core lessons, at both elementary and secondary levels. Instructor: Michelle Cates, Library Media Specialist, West Palm Beach Jan. 9, 2014 3:00-4:00 pm CT (4-5 pm ET) Register at PLAN’s website.