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Information Literacy and Technology

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Although salary compression has previously been identified in such professional schools as engineering, business, and computer science, there is now evidence of salary compression among Association of Research Libraries members. Using salary data from the ARL Annual Salary Survey , this study analyzes average annual salaries from 1994–1995 through 2004–2005. It compares changes in salary ratios between entry-, mid-, and senior-level librarians for evidence of salary compression during this 10-year period for 16 of the 20 formally defined ARL position classifications. Evidence is found for salary compression among the position ...
which is the organization and management of information services or materials for those with information needs. Typically, librarians work in a public or college library , an elementary or secondary school media center, a library within a business or company, or another information-provision agency like a hospital or law firm. Some librarians are independent entrepreneurs working as information specialists, catalogers, indexers and other professional, specialized capacities. Librarians may be categorized as a public, school, correctional, special, independent or academic librarian.
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I had the privilege of accompanying my two preceptors to an ILT (Information Literacy and Technology) workshop at the district level.  We arrived at 7:45 am and I registered as a guest.  The purpose was to provide training on technological “tools” to teacher librarians and tech teachers to be able to enhance and supplement their ability to facilitate and increase the level of information and technology literacy in students. The morning session started with an announcement of the sad passing of two significant leaders in the Denver school library community; one being a former professor of mine.  This professor had encouraged me ... market research, surveys and trends
An Introduction to Instructional Services in Academic Libraries ...
More than ever before, librarians are being called upon to contribute considerable energy, knowledge, and leadership to fostering the academic success of students through information literacy. Unique in its expansive breadth and in-depth approach, An Introduction to Instructional Services in Academic Libraries explores the latest methods and ideas for planning, delivering, and evaluating effective instructional sessions. Providing librarians with informative, real-world case studies culled from over three dozen prominent librarian-instructors from across the US and Canada, An Introduction to Instructional Services in Academic ... market research, surveys and trends


School districts to share an estimated $17.4 million
•combines information literacy and technology literacy into a single, unified concept; ...... weekly, and 53 percent estimated that staff ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Visits to public libraries grow every year and now top 1.4 billion? ... More than 79.6 percent of public libraries now offer online homework help – .... divide by providing one-on-one and formal information literacy and technology ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Online Safety and Technology Working Group Makes Final Report to NTIA
WASHINGTON, June 8, 2010 – The Online Safety and Technology Working Group (OSTWIG) have just released their report on how the government can help parents and industry protect children while on the internet. OSTWG was established by the “Broadband Data Improvement Act” (the Act), Pub. L. No. 110–385 Section 214 of the Act. The group broke itself down into 4 subgroups: Internet Safety Education, Parental Controls & Child Protection Technology, Child Pornography Reporting and Data Retention. The subcommittee on Internet Safety Education concluded that the traditional issues which parents were concerned with such as child predators ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Scare tactics, blocking sites can be bad for kids
Scaring children about the dangers of the Internet and blocking access to social-networking sites can do more harm than good, according to a report released Friday by a committee tasked by the U.S. government to explore online safety. Parents, teachers, government agencies, and other organizations should promote online citizenship and media-literacy education, and actively encourage the participation of children in the process, concludes the report entitled "Youth Safety on a Living Internet." It was produced by the Online Safety and Technology Working Group , which was created by the National Telecommunications and ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Wisconsin's Model Academic Standards for Information and ...
Wisconsin's Model Academic. Standards for Information and. Technology Literacy. John D. Fortier. Assistant State Superintendent ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Information Literacy and Technology Project: Resources
I-Search, You Search, We All Learn to Research: A How-To-Do-It Manual for Teaching Elementary School Students to Solve Information Problems. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, 2000. Curriculum Lab Z 711.2 .D86 2000 Eisenberg, Michael, and Bob Berkowitz. The New Improved Big6 Workshop Handbook. Worthington, Ohio : Linworth Pub., 1999. Main Library ZA3075 .E4 1999 Heller, Norma. Information Literacy and Technology Research Projects: Grades 6-9. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited/Teacher Ideas Press, 2001. Curriculum Lab Z 711.2 .H535 2001 Jay, M. Ellen, and Hilda L. Jay. The Library/Computer Lab/Classroom Connection: Linking ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
  1. profile image christateston RT @Nclb6152: Technology literacy is less about mastering tools but more relationship between oneself, information, and one’s environment
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1.1) Information systems literacy is the knowledge and hands-on familiarity with hardware, software, peripherals, and network components common to most information systems. Computer literacy is the actual ability to operate a computer and to understand the language used in working with a specific system or systems. First answer by ID1161386176 . Last edit by ID1161386176 . Question popularity : 3 [ recommend question ]. Can you answer these computers and the net questions? What is the difference between computer literacy and information literacy ? A literate person cannot be expected to know how to operate a ...
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The world is constantly changing and ways in which we function at home, work and school are also changing. The speed at which technology has developed plays a major role in these changes. From e-mail to on-line classes, computers are definitely influential in our lives, and can enhance the learning process in schools in various ways. With the increasing popularity of computer technology, it is essential for administrators to support and encourage computer technology in our education systems. Computers are important in education because they force us to reconsider how people learn, how they are empowered, and what the nature of ...