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Wednesday, February 8 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Getting Personal: OER Curation

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Content is key when it comes to succeeding in implementing a blended learning classroom. The right online text, video or multimedia clip guides self-directed student learning. However, curating is an art. As teachers begin integrating resources into their blended learning courses, the art of curation, especially Open Educational Resources, can make the difference between an excellent, interactive lesson and the equivalent of a digital worksheet. Expert curation means knowing the criteria and strategies for aggregating, sifting, and selecting the best resources. Open Educational Resources are not free if you pay a service to aggregate for you - nor are they personalized. Learn the strategies to maximize the use of free, online content - and then hire your Library Media Specialist to help support you.

Link to presentation materials: https://goo.gl/n39pvA

Please download Chrome browser and if possible, have a Google Apps account prior to arrival at this session. 

Speakers
avatar for Fran Kompar

Fran Kompar

Regional Coordinator, Media Services, C.E.S.
Fran currently Director, Instructional Technology and Digital Learning, Wilton Public Schools in Wilton, CT. She also serves as an Educational Consultant for Cooperative Educational Services (C.E.S) where she implemented a multi-year program entitled Re-Imagining the School Library (14 districts, over 133 schools represented). She has presented on various topics, most recently on the LMS in a Digital Transition, Open Educational Resources... Read More →


Wednesday February 8, 2017 2:15pm - 3:15pm
16B

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