Internet Librarian 2003
Internet@Schools
November 3-5, 2003 Monterey Conference Center Monterey, CA
The Internet Conference & Exhibition for Librarians & Information Managers 
Preconference Monday Tuesday Wednesday Internet@Schools Program

Moderated by Susan Geiger
Librarian, Moreau Catholic High School

This conference within a conference brings together a series of programs designed to address the practical concerns of librarians and school media specialists who are using the Net to improve learning in the K-12 system. Sponsored by MultiMedia Schools, Gale, & Pearson Digital Learning, this 2-day event requires separate registration and may be bundled with registration for Internet Librarian 2003 at a reduced rate. See registration page for details.

Sponsored by:
Gale

Pearson Education Technologies
MultiMedia Schools magazine
Internet@Schools — Sunday, November 2nd [Bonsai III]
Session S101 — School Libraries and User Electronic Information-Literacy Behaviors
9:00 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.
Stephen Abram,
VP Corporate Development, Micromedia ProQuest

So what do we need to know about our emerging clients? Are they different than us? Yes, says global trend watcher Abram. What are the trends in the school world of kids? Are their electronic gaming skills transferring to the research world? Can their whole range of learning styles supported with a greater range of interfaces and content? Where does the book play in this environment? Come and hear some potential strategies for dealing with these kids and preparing them for their future—not our past!


Session S102 — Students at the Center: Expanding Their World Through Online Exchanges
10:00 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.
DeeAnne Kimmel,
Media Specialist, Woodland Elementary School, Greer South Carolina

How do you prepare students for the global community of the 21st century? Online exchanges foster student interaction while
sharpening technology skills and meeting state standards for reading and writing. Journey with South Carolinian DeeAnne Kimmel as she relives experiences ranging from animal studies for first graders with “Odessa Otter” in California, to Alaska and the Iditarod with third graders on the Ute Reservation in Colorado and shared online poetry among fifth, sixth and twelfth graders. Discover the nuts and bolts of an effective online exchange, including how to design and implement one so that you too can rejoice with students finding their inner voices online.


Coffee Break
10:45 a.m. – 11:15 a.m.


Session S103 — Attracting Visitors to Your Electronic Library
11:15 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Sheila Chatterjee & Kathy Clark,
Librarians, The Harker School

You’ve made dozens of databases available to faculty and students. Your online catalog contains thousands of entries and the Web page has been redesigned. The 21st century school library is ready to reel students and faculty in. This case study outlines The Harker School library’s efforts to promote its state of the art electronic resources and, in the process, increase collaboration opportunities.


Internet@Schools Attendee Luncheon
12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Special Luncheon Session — RAISING STUDENT PERFORMANCE
Allen Paschal, President, Gale

Anyone even peripherally associated with K12 knows it's a time of great expectations, but limited resources. However, librarians have an opportunity to help raise student performance by leveraging the resources they currently purchase. Allen Paschal discusses how school media specialists and teachers can use e-solutions to raise student achievement and increase the library's role in the learning environment.


Session S104 — Using Video Streaming to Enhance Instruction

1:30 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.
Jan Ross
, Dixie Elementary Magnet School, Lexington, KY

Librarians and teachers know that students learn in diverse and compete daily with a variety of electronic media to capture the attention of students and also to help them learn. One of the ways teachers know they can capture that attention is with educational videos. Dixie Elementary has been a pilot school for United Streaming and has found video streaming to be a very effective tool for instructional use. Learn about the possibilities for using streaming in a variety of ways with students and well as lesson plans to be implemented immediately.


Session S105 — Innovative Initiatives for K-12 Internet Librarians
2:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Deb Bonanno,
Vice President, Publishing, Pearson Digital Learning

Highlighting existing innovative initiatives in K-12 environments, this session provides ideas and suggestions for use in your environment.


Coffee Break
3:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.


Session S106 — Applying What We Know
3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

This interactive roundtable discussion of panel and audience shares proven implementations, tips, and techniques for using the Internet to enable and expand your K-12 programs.  

Internet@Schools — Monday, November 3rd [Bonsai III]

OPENING KEYNOTE — Net of the Future
9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Zarella Rendon,
Managing Director, XML-Factor

Are you wondering what “the semantic Web” is all about? Have you heard of Internet 2? Are you struggling with which metadata standard to use for electronic documents? Our speaker provides unique insight into the various electronic document initiatives. She is a member of the W3C XSL Working Group and OASIS, the non-profit global consortium which is driving the development, convergence and adoption of electronic document and e-business standards. She focuses on the current initiatives both at the W3C and OASIS, as well as the underlying standards that drive Internet content. She gives an overview of the future of the Internet and a brief description of the standards and recommendations affecting Web development and infrastructure and their impact for Internet librarians.


Session S201 — Detecting and Diagnosing Mouse-Click Plagiarism: Librarian Faculty Partnerships
10:30 a.m. – 11:15 a.m.
Connie Ury,
Library Outreach Coordinator, &
Lori Mardis,
Information Librarian, Owens Library, Northwest Missouri State University

Mouse-click plagiarism increases as Internet-based sources continue to alter the landscape of the information environment. Faculty is increasingly faced with the need to document and diagnose whether student work is original or plagiarized. Lack of student understanding of plagiarism and the depth of information now available in online formats provide a landscape in which teachers find themselves searching for students’ sources, feeling like travelers without a compass or roadmap. Presenters share experiences partnering with faculty to document plagiarism, efforts to educate students about plagiarism, and online resources that enable faculty to become adept at locating plagiarized material.


Session S202 — Lessons Learned from the JSTOR Secondary Schools Pilot Project

11:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
Ronica Bhattacharya,
Assistant Director for Library Relations &
Bruce Heterick,
Director of Library Relations, Secondary School Outreach, JSTOR

JSTOR, a not-for-profit organization, is responsible for an online archive of scholarly journals. Participants in the JSTOR Secondary School Pilot Project (2000-2002), involving teachers and librarians from 16 schools around the country, share the learnings, look at the interesting usage data accrued, and the anecdotal feedback about how the resource was integrated into curriculum. Learn how to engage students in research and improve their learning of research literacy skills.


Lunch Break
12:15 – 1:45 p.m.


Session S203 — No More Cat and Mouse: Teaching the Real Purpose of Citing Sources
1:45 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Debbie Abilock,
Consultant
Lissa Crider,
Librarian, Lick-Wilmerding High School

What’s really important when it comes to teaching about plagiarism? After all, science researchers, inventors, musicians, and knowledge workers are always referring to and building upon the work of others! Learn from a librarian and curriculum developer how to reframe the way you teach the citing of resources so students understand the public good and contribute to our democracy’s “common-wealth.” [Design projects to discourage plagiarism.] Learn about the newest tools to help students cite correctly and why it’s not “cheating” for students to use interactive Internet tools to help with their citations.


Networking Break
2:30 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.


Sessions S204 & S205 — Free Educator Web Sites: Visible and Invisible
3:15 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Deborah Hunt,
Senior Information Specialist, Exploratorium
Gary Price,
Co-Author, The Invisible Web

School librarians, teachers and the students they serve are bombarded with educational Web sites and resources that can be overwhelming. Join this dynamic duo as they explore some visible and invisible educator resources that are free and jam packed with reliable information. Take back valuable information to your schools and districts—share and teach all these great resources.


Grand Opening Reception
5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.


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Phone: 609/654-6266 Fax: 609/654-4309 
E-mail: custserv@infotoday.com

Internet Librarian 2003