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Process:

Tremors to Shake Out Ideas


Before you can jump into the development of "exemplary models" of electronic material use, you'll need to explore, evaluate, and discuss lots of resources. As you complete the readings and activities on this page, you'll be ready to work on your four products: Pathfinder, Tutorial/Transmedia, WebQuest, Take a Stand.

This course requires cohort group participation. In other words, you'll be sharing your understandings with classmates. You'll start the semester by Introducing Yourself.

Tremors

You'll complete "nine tremor" activities to "shake out" your ideas about electronic materials for children and young adults. Then, you will post and discuss 9 tremor activities at the IUPUI Oncourse website. Once you've successfully completed these activities, you'll be ready to develop your model and argument.

To be successful, you must do all the required readings in the tremor section before trying to complete the discussion activities in that section. You'll only have to participate in ONE of the topics for each tremor assignment, but you'll get the most out of the course if you explore all the materials and activities.

Note: Some of the tremor discussions require evaluation of materials. For these activities you may need to visit a local school or public library. In some cases, trial versions can be downloaded for evaluation.

worldTremor 1 -
Electronic Materials

Read Introduction: Electronic Materials for Children and Young Adults.

Read all of the pages found at Portals, Search Tools, and Starting Points.

Choose ONE of the following discussions. Although you're free to explore all three areas, you are only required to participate in ONE of the three areas. You may post and reply in different areas if you wish:

Tremor 1.1 - The Future of Libraries and Reading
Read 2010 Kids & Family Reading Report (PDF) from Scholastic. Read Crossover Dreams: Turning Free Web Work Into Real Book Sales by Motoko Rich in The New York Times (12/13/2007). Go to Fun Brain's Web Comics and skim the book Diary of a Wimpy Kid that's also available in a book form. You can also read On the Rocks, Brewster Rockit Space Guy and Silent Kimbly. For mature readers and adults go to Smith Mag. This website contains many examples of webcomics including A.D.: New Orleans After the Deluge and Shooting War.
Consider the following questions as you design your posting: How is the digital age impacting the reading habits of young people? Will we always have libraries? Why or why not? Provide an example, reason, or evidence to support your perspective. What's the role of the virtual library? What do you see as the future of online and print content? How does this impact libraries? Be sure to cite your sources.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 1.2 - Electronic Devices in Libraries
Read the article The Next Step in Public Library Service (4/1/2008), Smart by Walter Minkel in School Library Journal (4/1/2003) and The Problem With Some 'Smart' Toys: (Hint) Use Your Imagination by Linda Carroll in the New York Times (10/26/2004). Also watch Kristiena and Megan Share Thoughts on Reading, Choice, and Kindles.
Will these devices impact the library? Why or why not? Do electronic devices from ebook readers to "smart toys" belong in a library collection for children and young adults? Why or why not? Do they address the mission of a library? What about children who don't have these devices in their homes? Be sure to cite your sources.
Maine Middle School Laptop Program Leads to Better Writers by Debra Lay Whelan (10/30/2007), Maine's Middle School Laptop Program (PDF), Seeing No Progress, Some Schools Drop Laptops by Winnie Hu in the New York Times (5/4/2007).
How are laptops impacting the library? How do you think they will impact libraries in the future? Should libraries check out laptops? Identify and discuss at least one newer article you have found on this topic. Be sure to cite your sources.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 1.3 - Young People, Social Technology and Libraries
Social technology has become a huge part of the lives of teens. Read Teens, Kindness and Cruelty on Social Network Sites (2011) (PDF version), Teens, Privacy and Online Social Networks (PDF version) (2007) and Social Networking Websites and Teens: An Overview (2007) (PDF version). Read Social Media and Young Adults (PDF) (2/3/2010) and Teens and Mobile Phones (PDF) (4/20/2010) from Pew Internet and American Life. Explore other reports and presentations at the Pew website. How is social technology impacting young people? Compare today's young adult use of mobile technology and social media to the types of experiences you had as a teen. Do you think this technology impacts use of the library? Why or why not? What new or expanded "social technology" services could be offered by libraries to increase library use by young people? Be sure to cite your sources.
In what ways could libraries use the power of mobile and social technologies in programs and promotion?
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 1.4 - Research in a Digital World
Read PEW Teens (2012), Search Engine Use (2012) and Teens Do Research in the Digital World (2012). Explore related reports and presentations at the Pew website. How are young people using technology in their lives? Based on your reading, describe your concerns about students using electronic resources in research and learning. Are young people making the most of what technology has to offer? Why or why not? In what ways can librarians encourage more effective use of digital resources for research and learning? What skills do young people need to become effective users of online resources? How can librarians help young people bridge traditional and new technology in their work and play? Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

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worldTremor 2
Pathfinders, Subject Guides, & Thematic Resources

 

Read all of the pages found at Pathfinders, Subject Guides, & Thematic Resources.

Read the following pages related to pathfinders:

Choose ONE of the following discussions to join:

You may wish to create SCREEN CAPTURES to illustrate your ideas. If you need directions for this, check the Assignment Formatting guidelines.


Tremor 2.1 - Collection Comparison
Select TWO online pathfinder or web subject guide collections. Go to Pathfinder Links for ideas. Compare the contents, approaches, strengths, and weaknesses of the two different collections. Then, use specific pathfinders within these collections as examples to illustrate your perspective. How could these projects be expanded or enhanced to be more effective for the school or public library audience? What suggestions would you provide to make the pathfinder more attractive to young people?
Post your findings. Start by providing the title, location, and URL of both resources. Compare the collections. Compare strengths and weaknesses of the pathfinder resources using specific examples. What do you think is missing that could be added? Discuss their use by children and young adults.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 2.2 - Adapt a Pathfinder
Adapt a pathfinder or web subject guide. Go to Pathfinder Links for ideas. Locate a pathfinder that you consider adequate, but weak. Describe what you would do to update the pathfinder. Include at least 6-8 electronic resources (i.e., websites, databases, software) you would add to enhance the project. Discuss why you think this is an effective approach for your end user (i.e., student, patrons) (i.e., elementary, middle, high school, or public library). Also discuss ways that the pathfinder could be expanded by providing examples of other resources, keywords, activities, or other elements that could be added to the pathfinder.
Post your findings. Start by providing the title, location, and URL of the original resource. Describe how you would update the materials. Be sure to list the title and URL of the at least 6 additional websites. Discuss why this approach is effective with a particular group of children or young adults.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 2.3 - Social Bookmarking
Consider ways that social bookmarking can be used in school or public library settings. Read about Social Bookmarking. Then, create a Delicious account. Bookmark at least 8 web resources on a particular topic. Use at least 5 different tags. Each bookmark should contain at least 3 tags. ALL bookmarks should contain a note about the contents of the website. Then, discuss the use of social bookmarking in a school or public library setting. What do you see as the relationship between pathfinders and social bookmarks? How do you envision children and young adults using your social bookmarks.
Post your Delicious URL and discuss the experience. Discuss the use of social bookmarks and compare them to traditional, web-based pathfinders.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

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worldTremor 3 -
Electronic Databases and Reference Materials

Note to IUPUI Graduate Students: Many of the following databases are available through the IUPUI library or the state education network. You can access databases through both Oncourse and the IUPUI Library page.

Some services provide free trials such as ProQuest, Gale Cengage Learning, Credo, or Alexander Street Press. You can also do a Google search for the name of the database and the word "trial" to see if a trial is available.

Read all of the pages found at Electronic Databases.

Read pages related to databases and reference materials:

Choose ONE of the following discussions to join:

You may wish to create SCREEN CAPTURES to illustrate your ideas. If you need directions for this, check the Assignment Formatting guidelines.


Tremor 3.1 - Compare Databases
Pick two databases related to the same content area for children or young adults. For example, two health databases, two history databases, or two journal databases. Go to Electronic Database and References for ideas. Sign up for free trial or access them through a local library or university library. Compare and contrast the two choices. Would one be best for a particular audience? How is their content and database design alike and different? Be specific. How do the search tools compare? Is one better than the other? Why or why not?
Post your findings. Start by providing the name of the companies, databases, and URLs. Compare and contrast the two choices in terms of content, design, and technical aspects. Provide at least three examples of specific searches and results. Discuss how each database might best be used with children or young adults. What's your conclusion?
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 3.2 - Make Hard Choices
Pretend you live in a state that has been providing free access to popular databases. With recent budget woes, this service is being cut dramatically. Your school is allowed to submit a report pleading the case to keep your five favorite databases. Which five would you save and why? Provide specific examples from each database demonstrating its value. Go to Electronic Database and References for ideas.
Post your findings. Be sure to include the name of the company and database for each choice. In addition, provide a detailed description. State who would use the database and how it would be used. Provide a specific example of a situation in which get database might be used including a specific search. Justify why it's important in your collection and why it should remain available for children and young adults.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 3.3 - Explore Licensing Issues

You've probably noticed that many libraries link to electronic databases from their website. Sometimes access is free. At other sites, users must enter their library card number of a special password. What are the licensing issues associated with popular databases? Explore the access policies of at least three different companies. How do they define patron? What are their restrictions in terms of web use? What are the security issues? What costs are involved for different levels of access?
Post your findings. Be sure to include the name of at least three different companies. Discuss detailed results of your comparisons related to database licensing issues.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

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worldTremor 4 -
Nonfiction Resources

Read the following pages related to nonfiction resources:

Skim all of the pages found at Nonfiction including:

Explore the following pages related to primary sources online:

Choose ONE of the following discussions to join:

You may wish to create SCREEN CAPTURES to illustrate your ideas. If you need directions for this, check the Assignment Formatting guidelines.


Tremor 4.1 - Take A Virtual Trip
Explore the resources at the Virtual Adventures and Teacher Tap Virtual Field Trips & Digital Libraries and Museums. Explore TWO online libraries, museums, or field trips. Compare the experiences. Highlight resources specifically for children and young adults.
Share your two online experiences. Be sure to include the names of the sites, the URLs and descriptions, in addition to your experiences and comparisions. Discuss examples of when these websites might be used by young people. You MUST incorporate screen shots of your experience.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 4.2 - Use Primary Resources
Explore the primary resource materials. Pick three of the recommended resources to discuss or find your own resource. Highlight the features of each website and discuss how they might be used by young library patrons or students in school. They can be related to a single topic or totally unrelated. Be sure to consider the many great historical digital library collections, however try not to select the same resource as your classmates!
Share the three websites you selected. Include the name of the site, the URL and a description features for each and screen shots of each. Also, discuss what guidance you would provide students or patrons in using this type of primary resource. Specifically, what guidelines can be used to evaluate historic photos, letters, or other documents? Consider creating a handout, worksheet, or other materials to support use of this resource with young people.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 4.3 - Use Real-World Data Sources
Explore the real world data sources. Pick three data sources recommended data resources to discuss or find your own resource. Highlight the features of this website and discuss how it might be used by library patrons or students in school.
Share the three real-world data websites. Include the name of the site, the URL, screen shots, and a description features for each. Also, discuss what guidance you would provide students or patrons in using this type of data resource. Specifically, what guidelines can be used to evaluate quality of the data? Consider creating a handout, worksheet, or other materials to support use of this resource with young people.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 4.4 - Create an Electronic Scrapbook Activity & Example
Explore the resources at e-scrapbooking.com. Develop an activity to get children and young adults involved with an e-scrapbooking project. Think about a specific topic, theme, or subject area focus such as friendship, nature, or the Civil Rights Movement. Cite the sources at the e-scrapbooking website or other materials you locate. Be sure to develop an e-scrapbooking example as a web page, Word document, or other format. This could serve as an example for young people. This is a flexible project, so have some fun!
Share your activity, lesson, guidelines, and/or promotion ideas. You should ALSO submit your e-scrapbooking example. This should be an e-scrapbook you make, not just a PowerPoint presentation. You could include screen captures, photographs, Comic Life or PowerPoint documents. Whatever best shares your results.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

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worldTremor 5 -
Fiction
and Learning Resources

 

Read all of the pages found at Fiction Resources.

Explore the following pages related to electronic fiction materials online:

Read all of the pages found at Learning Resources on CD and DVDs.

Read all of the pages found at Learning Resources Apps.

Read all of the pages found at Learning Resources on Website.

Explore the following pages related to specific instructional materials areas:

Choose ONE of the following discussions to join:

You may wish to create SCREEN CAPTURES to illustrate your ideas. If you need directions for this, check the Assignment Formatting guidelines.

Tremor 5.1 - E-books to Interactive Stories
Read an ebook, online stories, or an interactive CD-ROM/DVD book. Go to the E-Books, E-paper, and E-ink page or Electronic Books and Online Reading page for ideas. Read 1 adult or young adult novel, a series of short stories, OR 3 children books. You may download the book and read it on your computer or on a special handheld reader device or PDA. Does the book or website have special features? In some cases, you can read the book online without downloading it to your computer. Compare the experience reading on and off the computer.
Share your reading experience. How does the traditional book and ebook experience compare? Be sure to include the title and author of the book and the URL where it was downloaded. If possible include screen shots.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 5.2 - Investigate E-books, E-paper and E-ink
Start by reading the materials on the E-Books, E-paper, and E-ink page. Create a list of questions about this topic. Conduct your own investigation to answer these questions. Forecast what you think will happen with the e-paper and e-book market over the next 25 years.
Share your questions, findings, and forecast for the future. Be sure to cite your resources.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 5.3 - Online Collaborative Projects
Explore the resources on the Interactive Online Projects and Online Collaborative Projects pages. Identify an online project you think would be fun to join or adapt. Describe that project or a project adaptation. Discuss how it might be implemented in a public library or school setting.
Share the specific project and ideas for use. Incorporate screen shot(s) into your explanation.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 5.4 - Interactive Websites, Games, and Activities
Explore the resources on the Interactive Websites, Games, and Activities page. Choose TWO online interactives from different websites. Describe the websites, compare the interactives, and discuss whether they are simply "fun and fluff", or a "real" learning tool. You can also complete this assignment using learning Apps on a smartphone or other device.
Share your selected resources (include the URLs), your comparisons, and your conclusions. Incorporate screen shot(s) into your explanation.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 5.5 - Social Technology and Learning
How could social technology such as blogs, social networks (i.e., LibraryThing, Facebook, imbee.com), and other online tools be used for holding discussions, collaborative projects, sharing understandings, or posting ideas? Create a blog (i.e., blogger, wordpress, etc.), social network (i.e., edmodo, ning), or set up a discussion on an existing service such as a LibraryThing group. Then, create at least 3 "starter" postings that would promote participation. The technology should be designed for use BY young people. In other words, children might share their book reviews or teens might post their poetry inspired by a favorite poet.
Share the URL of the blog or discussion group you started. Also, provide a brief overview of the intended use for the social technology and how it would be used by young people.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

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worldTremor 6
Creativity Tools

 

Read all of the pages found at Creativity Resources on CD and DVDs.

Explore the following

Read all of the pages found at Creativity Resources Apps.

Read all of the pages found at Creativity Resources on the Web.

Explore the following pages related to specific creativity tools on the web:

Choose ONE of the following discussions to join:

You may wish to create SCREEN CAPTURES to illustrate your ideas. If you need directions for this, check the Assignment Formatting guidelines.

Tremor 6.1 - Creativity Tools for Children and Young Adults
Try one of the many creativity tools for children and young adults. Try downloading free software such as the LEGO Digital Designer. Try downloading a trial version from one of the following resources: Image Blender, Media Blender, SimplyVR, or VideoBlender (Tech4Learning Trials), Inspiration, Kidspiration, or InspireData (Free 30 Day Trial), Edmark Software (Edmark Downloads), or Fablevision's Animation-ish or Stationery Studio. Or download a trial from another website. Try some of the features. Be sure to consider open source software such as Audacity and TuxPaint as an option.
Share your experience. Describe the software you downloaded. Discuss the features and create a product. Discuss the effectiveness of downloading and using trial software for evaluation. Attach a product example to your posting, instructions that incorporate screen shots, and/or attach a screen shot from the product.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 6.2 - Web-based Creativity Tools
Try a web-based creativity tool for creating quizzes, activities, puzzles, games, or other resources. Go to Web Tools & Builders for ideas. Also consider some of the resources at Interactive Websites, Games, and Activities. If you need a suggestion, try Discovery's resources. Describe your experience.
Share your experience. Describe the service (and URL) you tried. Discuss the pros and cons of this resource. Discuss how it might be used in an activity or lesson. Include directions for using the resource. Incorporate screen shots of the process and/or include screen shots of a product generated from the activity.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 6.3 - Creativity Tools: Beyond the Basics
Select a creativity tool you've used before. For example, you might explore KidPix, Print Shop, Inspiration, or PowerPoint. Explore the features in-depth. Learn to use AT LEAST FOUR features you've never tried before. For example, you might record your voice in KidPix, import a photo into Inspiration, or animate a graphic in PowerPoint. Discuss how these features could be used with children or young adults.You might try Google Docs (word processing, spreadsheet, presentation tool) and explore some of the sharing and publishing features.
Share your experience. Describe the software, special features learned, and use with kids. Include directions for using the resource. Attach a product example to your posting. Or attach screen shot(s) from the product.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 6.4 - Create a Comic or Mini-Graphic Novel
Comics and graphic novels are very popular. Explore some comic maker software such as Comic Life (BEST CHOICE, download a trial for Mac or Windows). See examples on the ScrapComics page. Build your own comic as an example and export it as a graphic file or html document. Discuss how you could use comics and graphic novels along with this software with young people. You can use the EXPORT option to share your Comic Life Comic as a JPG, PDF, or HTML document.
Share your example comic and use ideas.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

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worldTremor 7 -
Collection Development

 

Read all of the pages found at Audio and Video Collection Development from Multimedia Seeds. Notice how they apply to computer software, CDs, and DVDs.

Read the following resources related to Collection Development and Electronic Materials.

Read the following pages:

Choose ONE of the following discussions to join:

You may wish to create SCREEN CAPTURES to illustrate your ideas. If you need directions for this, check the Assignment Formatting guidelines.

Tremor 7.1 - MARC Records for Software
Go to Library of Congress MARC records page. Or, use another online tool for accessing MARC records (be sure to share the URL). Do a search for a common software package for children or young adults. Is the MARC record available? Now search for a book. Compare the MARC records for books and computer software. How do they compare? Also, seek other sources for MARC records for electronic materials.
Share your experience. Be sure to provide specific examples. Include screen captures of your results.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 7.2 - Software Processing
Explore the Electronic Materials Management page and linked resources. Discuss how a collection development should be revised to incorporate electronic materials. Create a list of six ideas for purchasing and processing electronic materials such as computer software, electronic toys, and other technologies.
Share your ideas for collection development, recommendations, justification for purchase, processing procedures, and ideas about electronic materials management. Be sure to provide specific examples.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 7.3 - Evaluation and Selection of Software or Web Resources
Evaluate a piece of computer software or website using two different evaluation tools. Compare your results. If possible, find a professional or web-based review.
Share your experience using two different evaluation tools. Attach your original evaluation tools and evaluation results as a Word document. This should be a formal evaluation rather than simply a review of the software. In addition to evaluating the resource itself, also compare the evaluation tools you used. What are the most important criteria when evaluating resources for young people?
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 7.4 - Software Purchase Issues
Explore the purchasing options related to a software package. For example, does the package provide grouped software pricing, special buys, school or lab packs, networking, site licensing, trials, and/or web access? Where can it be purchased? Are are the issues in terms of updating software? Go to Selection for more ideas.<OR> Explore the world of open-source software. What are the pros and cons of using open-source materials in a school or library setting?
Share your findings. Provide a list of options for a particular software title for children or young adults. What should be considered when purchasing software or using open source software?
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

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worldTremor 8 -
Collection Issues

 

Read about Collection Issues related to electronic materials.

Read the following resources related to electronic materials issues:

Choose ONE of the following discussions to join:

You may wish to create SCREEN CAPTURES to illustrate your ideas. If you need directions for this, check the Assignment Formatting guidelines.


Tremor 8.1 - Acceptable Use Policies
Select two different acceptable use policies. Compare and contrast their features. Focus on the needs of young people. Do the documents have a positive or negative tone? What would be change or add to enhance the documents?
Share your findings. Provide the URLs of each policy (or provide the policies as attachments). Provide a comparison and discuss recommendations specifically focuses on the needs of young people.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 8.2 - Filtering Tools
Read AASL Filtering Supplement (PDF) and other resources on filtering in school and public libraries. Take a stand. Discuss your perspective on filtering tools in school libraries OR public libraries. Support these statements with at least 2 professional resources. Let's say your board has decided to require a filtering system on your Internet access for children. Make a comparison of the popular choices. Be specific. Which would you select and why?
Share your perspective. Support your position with examples. Cite professional sources. Share your findings including your comparisons and conclusions.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 8.3 - Library Automation System Exploration
Explore the library automation system in a school or public library. Learn about how it deals with electronic software, websites, and other non-print materials. Explore ways that you could better use the system to meet today's needs. Can you catalog a website? Why and how? How could you incorporate useful websites into the notes field or other fields? If your students created MP3 audio book reviews could you upload them to your server and link them to the books in your catalog? How? Can young people access your catalog from outside your library? Does your library website provide adequate directions for using your catalog to access electronic materials? Are all electronic materials available on your system? Why or why not? Would it be helpful to have some of the Web 2.0 capabilities in your library automation system? Why or why not?
Share your explorations and findings. Be sure to provide specific examples.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 8.4 - Stand Up
Choose an issue of concern related to electronic materials collections for children and young adults (i.e., acceptable use, intellectual freedom, copyright, citing sources, plagiarism, remote access). Discuss the issue. Cite at least two articles on the topic. Provide some examples. State your position.
Share your issue, citations, examples, and state your position and reasoning.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

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worldTremor 9 -
Collection Promotion

Read all of the pages found at Promotion.

Choose ONE of the following discussions to join:

You may wish to create SCREEN CAPTURES to illustrate your ideas. If you need directions for this, check the Assignment Formatting guidelines.


Tremor 9.1 - Library Promotion
Choose a catchy theme and design a library promotion that incorporates electronic materials along with audio, video, and/or book materials. Also, attach at least one visually pleasing handout, letter, sign, brochure, or other material that might go with your promotion. If you use Microsoft Publisher, you MUST convert the document to a PDF file so others can view it.
Share your promotion ideas and a few specific items such as software titles and/or websites. You should provide enough information so I could implement your project. Attach a sample document.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 9.2 - Back Pack Promotion
Brainstorm the elements of a backpack promotion for a library. Describe the specific items (including electronic materials) that would go into a thematic backpack. Be sure to provide activities to go with the materials you provide. Also, attach at least one visually pleasing handout, letter, brochure, or other material that might go into the backpack. If you use Microsoft Publisher, you MUST convert the document to a PDF file so others can view it.
Share your promotion ideas and a few specific items such as books, software titles and/or websites. You should provide enough information so I could implement your project. Attach a sample document.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 9.3 - Electronic Materials Display
Design a display promoting electronic materials in general. Or, focus on a theme and incorporate electronic materials. A picture is worth 1000 words. All you need to do for this one is attach a digital photo of the display to share.
Share your display photo.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

Tremor 9.4 - Pick a Favorite
With so many choices this semester, it was probably hard to decide which category to explore for each assignment. This is your chance to go back through all of the previous Tremors and select one that you haven't already completed that you'd like to do. Maybe you want to go back and read an e-book or try a social technology. It's up to you! Have fun!
Select a Tremor and share the Number, Title, and Description. Then, follow the guidelines of the Tremor assignment that you select.
Be sure to reply to at least one message posted by a classmate.

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