Many secondary librarians are tasked with developing and teaching courses. But how do you decide what to include? Where do you get the materials and lesson plans? This session will walk through my experience in developing an information literacy course at Colchester Middle School, as well as providing an open forum for attendees to share their experiences. We will touch on the AASL standards, proficiencies, curricula, and online resources as well as sharing some specific lesson ideas.
Michael Lambert (Technologist/SSE for InfoBiscuit/Lambert Associates) has been involved with Network Systems (WAN, MAN, WLAN, LAN) for over 40 years. With expertise in Network Design, Implementation, Repair, and Expansion. His Systems experience includes most operating systems, Micro, PC, and Server, as well as Network Hardware, Media, Switches, Routers, and Edge equipment, in Business and in Schools.
Most recently, he has been involved in Producing Live Internet Programming and in Supervising the Killington Woman’s World Club WLAN (5 years).
An Applied Technologist, Michael is constantly keeping up with network standards, with an ear to the past and an eye to the future.