“Hacking” the missing component in many digital literacy programmes.
In any good Information Literacy 101 class, the Librarian or Teacher Librarian will introduce students to the concept of authoritativeness. It goes something like this… “So, who can tell me what authoritative means? And before […]
Will schools be ready for VR? Learning from our mistakes: the Tablet Rush If only I had a dollar for every teacher I have heard, lamenting the fact that our school system just was not […]
Whose information literacy? The capacity for local conditions and issues to influence the way information literacy is defined and taught, is a concept that has gained significant momentum over the last decade among librarians and […]
Student wellbeing policies usually make reference to a ‘culture of inclusiveness’. This culture is one where differences do not lead to discrimination, and where every child feels equally safe and valued. I have been thinking […]
Since my EduTECH presentation about VR in school libraries (2017), I have received several email enquiries from school library folk who want to know exactly how to get up and running with VR. Hence this […]
In 2016, worldwide revenue from augmented and virtual reality was $5.2 billion. By 2020, it is predicted to reach $162 Billion. (IDC, Aug. 2016) Virtual Reality (VR) is like no resource we have ever used […]