DEC Scan Journal : Volume 36 Issue 2
2017 Volume 36, Issue 2 23 Contents Editorial Learning & teaching Research Share this Resource reviews Packs contain: Articles Images Videos Primary Sources Websites Jump start learning with our all-in-1 HASS LAUNCH PACKS Expertly compiled HASS Resources Classroom ready, all devices Compiled to match years 3-10 curriculum Subject specific ar ticles, images, videos and websites Contact School Services for Trial Access Phone: +61 2 9915 8800 | Email: email@example.com | Web: edu.eb.com NEW References and further reading ALA Digital Literacy Taskforce 2011, ‘Digital literacy definition’, ALA Connect, American Library Association, accessed 30 April 2017. Canva, accessed 30 April 2017. Children’s Book Council of Australia (CBCA), accessed 30 April 2017. Kirk, M. 2017, ‘Digital breakout: an Oliver twist’, Google Sites, accessed 30 April 2017. Morris, L. 2017, ‘Debut and self-published authors shortlisted in Children’s Book Council of Australia awards’, The Sydney Morning Herald, 29 March 2017, accessed 30 April 2017. NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) 2017, Digital literacy skills and learning report, accessed 30 April 2017. Softlink support, accessed 30 April 2017. out the solution. This could be easily adapted as a Book Week activity, using the theme ‘Escape to everywhere’. The Oliver library management system provides the tools and framework which enables the teacher librarian to further engage students with both quality literature and digital literacy. Using imagination to create tasks, creativity in using and applying digital tools, and being able to upload these to the Oliver library home page, reinforces the Oliver system as a ‘one-stop shop’ for students and teachers.
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