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Vol. 3, No. 22
TOPIC: Collaboration using RefWorks
You must have a RefWorks account to attend this workshop.
SCHOLAR'S LAB WORKSHOP
ABOUT DOING RESEACH
The Librarian's in Residence encourage you to use either email alerts or RSS feeds to help you keep current with new research in journals. For example, you can get an alert sent to your email address that provides 1) the current issue's table of contents, 2) new articles published by a specified author, or 3) citations that are retrieved from a search strategy that you save. In the near future, the CLIC librarians will be holding workshops on how to set up email alerts and RSS feeds offered by publishers and databases.
ONLINE 1957-PRESENT Good news! We now provide full text access to Gifted Child Quarterly from its inception in 1957-present.
TEA & TECHNOLOGY
Dr. Sara Dexter holds a joint appointment in the Curry School’s educational leadership and instructional technology programs. Her work at the intersection of these two fields has been recognized with an early career award from the University Council of Educational Administration. In this Tea & Technology session, she will discuss Technology Leadership Content Knowledge (TLCK), which allows principals, teacher leaders, and instruction and technology specialists to provide teachers with high-quality opportunities to improve technology-supported pedagogy combines aspects of leadership content knowledge (LCK) and technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPCK). As an extension of pedagogical content knowledge TLCK draws upon the theory and research in the area of instructional leadership (e.g., curriculum alignment, supervision of pedagogy, professional development, professional community) as well as educational technology integration and implementation to address the larger goals of improving teaching and student learning in specific content areas.
DIGITIZE AN ARTICLE
IMPORTANT DIGITIZING TIP: When you use this machine, you are asked to enter an email address in the TO: and FROM: lines. The address must be a UVA email address. In addition, you must enter text in the SUBJECT line for the machine to function properly. Step-by-step Instructions are attached to the machine.
BOOKS ON RESERVE
Many professors are putting books on Reserve in the CLIC. The Reserve books are located in the bookcase on your as you enter the Curry Library Innovation Commons (CLIC) on the 3rd floor of Ruffner. Reserves must be used in the CLIC. If you want to make a digital or print copy of a chapter from one of the books on reserve, you can use the CLIC's Digital Sender (see the article above) or the photocopier.