Desire2learn I D2L/Teacher Librarian II



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Unit1. . DESIRE2LEARN

i. . D2L/Teacher Librarian

ii. . Teacher Librarian Start-up

iii. About D2L (User’s manual)

Unit2. . T-L Zone: Planning and Instruction

i. . CMS/LMS Literature

a. . Learning or Management System? A Review of Learning Management System Reviews

b. . From Course Management to Curricular Capabilities: A Capabilities Approach for the Next-Generation CMS

c. . Course Management Systems and Pedagogy

d. . E-Learning Spaces: Librarians in Course Management Systems

ii. . Information Literacy Literature

  1. School Libraries

    1. Resource-Based Learning Activities: Information Literacy for High School Students

    2. Integrated Information Skills Instruction: Does It Make a Difference?

    3. Information Literacy as a Catalyst for Educational Change: A Background Paper

II. . University Libraries

a. . ACRL Information Literacy in the Disciplines

iii. . Information Literacy Standards and Guides

I. . ACRL Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education

II. . OSLA Information Studies: Kindergarten- Grade 12

iv. . Planning/Instruction Repository

I. . Academic Integrity

a. . Teacher Tips / Rideau HS

b. . Carleton University Plagiarism Policy

c. . Algonquin College Plagiarism Policy

II. . Powerpoint Presentations/Tutorials (orientation)

a. . Grade nine orientation/ Rideau High School

b. . Grade nine orientation / Ridgemont HS

c. . Senior Research Seminar / Rideau High School

d. . KOintro

IV. . Summative topics

v. . OSSLT

I. . EQAO Student resources

II. . Educator Resources

III. . Powerpoint / Student Training Session / Rideau High School

IV. . Powerpoint / Teacher Training Session/ Rideau High School

vi. . Teaching Tools and Software

I. . Audacity

vii. Assessment

  1. a. Assessment literature

Thinking beyond the Disjunctive Opposition of

Information Literacy Assessment in Theory and Practice

Assessing Student Learning Outcomes for Information Literacy Instruction (book)


b. Sample IL tests

Calgary Board of Education

    1. Rubrics

Research Process Rubric

Information Literacy Rubrics

Information Literacy Rubric

II. Assessment tools

a. Respondus

b. TRAILS

Unit3. . STUDENT RESOURCES AND COURSE MODULES

i. . MODULE 1 / SCHOOL LIBRARY

I. . Electronic Databases

a. . Knowledge Ontario

II. . Research Skills

a. . Documentation/

Guide for Citing Sources / Rideau HS

Evaluating your Sources

b. . Information Literacy Skills

How to access your OCDSB Files From Home/ Ridgemont HS

Planning your Research

Seven Steps of the Research Process

Incorporating Quotations/ Rideau HS

d. . Sample Guides

Annotated Bibliography and evaluation /Rideau HS

Essay Style Guide / Rideau HS

Formal Report Guide / Rideau HS

e. Literacy

Literary Circles (English)



III. . Newspaper Resources

a. . Ottawa Citizen Digital Access for classes

ii. . MODULE 2 / OTTAWA PUBLIC LIBRARY

I. Navigating the Public Library

a. Branches, locations, hours

b. Borrowing OPL materials

II. Study Zone (OPL student resource centre)

a. OPL databases

i. Guide to using OPL online Databases



ii. Listing of Study Zone online Databases

b. Websites for projects

c. Ask a Librarian

III. . Literacy

a. . New Titles

b. . Recommended or New Reads

c. Podcast reviews

d. . Resources for New Canadians

e. . Preparation for TOEFL and other tests

IV. Programs

a.Teen OPL Programs

iii. Module 3/ CARLETON UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

I. Differences between a school/public library and a university library

II. Navigating the MacOdrum Library (Carleton U)

a. Campus Map

b. OC Transpo Information

c. Driving directions

d. Parking

e. Library Podcast Tour

  1. Library Floor Plans

  2. Library Location Guide

  3. Photocopy Centre

  4. Guest account (for onsite journal access)

III. Finding book sources

IV. Finding journal articles (onsite use only)

V. Finding government information (onsite use only)

VI. Finding maps (onsite use only)

VII. GIS (onsite use only)

VIII. Electronic databases @ the CU Library (onsite only)

III. Subject/Course Library Guides

IV. Online Reference Shelf

V. High School Partnership Program

  1. Student borrowing privileges

  2. Library visits

c. Other partnership activities/privileges

VI. Assignment Calculator

iv. Module 4/Resources from Study Success

I. . Knowing your Learning Style

II. . Note taking

III. . Preparing for an Oral Presentation

IV. . Study Skills

a. Study Skills Checklist

b. Strategies For Improving Concentration and Memory

c. Time Management

d. Test Taking Strategies

e. Using SQ3R for Reading Comprehension

f. Avoiding Procrastination

g. Active Listening

h. Strategies For Reading Novels

i. Coping with Stress

j. Strategies For Dealing With Test Anxiety

VI. . Working in Groups

v. Module 5/ Resources for Writing Success

I. . Ethical Use of Information

II. . Essay Writing

vi. Module 6/ Sharing course specific resources



  1. The Arts

II.Business Studies

Introduction to Business (BBI1O/BBI2O)

Information and Communication

Technology in Business (BTT1O/BBT2O)

a. Accounting

Financial Accounting Fundamentals

(BAF3M)

Accounting Essentials (BAI4M)



Financial Accounting Principles (BAT4M)

b. Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship: the Venture (BDI3C)

Entrepreneurship: The Enterprising

Person (BDP3O)

Entrepreneurship: Venture Planning in an Electronic Age (BDV4C)



c. Information and Communication Technology

Information and Communication Technology: the Digital Environment (BTA3O)

Information and Communication Technology: Multimedia Solutions (BTX4C)

Information and Communication Technology in the Workplace (BTX4E)

d. International Business

International Business Fundamentals

(BBB4M)

International Business Essentials



(BBB4E)

e. Marketing

Marketing: Goods, Services, Events

(BMI3C)


Marketing: Retail and Services (BMX3E)

f. Business Leadership

Business Leadership: Management Fundamentals (BOH4M)

Business Leadership: Becoming a Manager (BOG4E)

III.Canadian and World Studies

a. Economics

The Individual and the Economy (CIE3M)

Making Economic Choices(CIC3E)

Analysing Current Economic Issues (C I A4 U)

         b. Geography

Geography of Canada (CGC1D)

Geography of Canada (CGC1P)

The Americas: Geographic Patterns and Issues (CGD3M)

                         Physical Geography: Patterns, Processes and Interactions (CGF3M)

                         Geographics: The Geographer’s Toolkit (CGT3E)

                         Travel and Tourism: A Regional Geographic Perspective (CGG3O)

                         Canadian and World Issues: A Geographic Analysis (CGW 4 U)

            World Geography: Human Patterns and Interactions (C G U 4 U)

The Environment and Resource Management (CGR4M)

                             Geomatics: Geotechnologies in Action - (CGO4M)

                              World Geography: Urban Patterns and Interactions (CGU4C)

The Environment and Resource Management (CGR4E)

c. History

Canadian History  Since World War I (CHC2D)

Canadian History  Since World War I (CHC2D)

Civics (CHV2O)

American History (CHA3U)

Canadian History and Politics Since 1945 (CHH3C)

Canadian History and Politics Since 1945 (CHH3E)

World History to the Sixteenth Century (CHW3M)

World History Since 1900: Global and Regional Perspectives (CHT3O)

Canada: History, Identity, and Culture (C H I 4 U)

World History: The West and the World (C H Y 4 U)

World History: The West and the World (CHY4C)

Adventures in World History (CHM4E)

d. Law

Understanding Canadian Law (CLU3M)

Understanding Canadian Law (CLU3E)

Canadian and International Law 

(CLN4U)


e. Politics

Canadian Politics and Citizenship - (CPC3O)

Canadian and World Politics (CPW4U)

IV. Classical and International Languages



V. English

English (ENG1D)

English (ENG1P)

English (ENG2D)

English (ENG2P)

Literacy Skills: Reading and Writing (ELS2O)

English (ENG3U)

English (ENG3C)

English (ENG3E)

Canadian Literature (ETC3M)

Media Studies (EMS3O)

Presentation and Speaking Skills (EPS3O)

English (ENG4U)

English (ENG4C)

English (ENG4E)

Studies in Literature (ETS4U)

The Writer’s Craft (EWC4U)

Studies in Literature (ETS4C)

The Writer’s Craft (EWC4C)

Business and Technological Communication

(EBT4O)

VI.English As a Second Language and English Literacy

ESL Level 1 (ESLAO)

ESL Level 2 (ESLBO)

ESL Level 3 (ESLCO)

ESL Level 4 (ESLDO)

ESL Level 5 (ESLEO)



VII. French As a Second Language

VIII. Guidance and Career Education

IX. Health and Physical Education

Healthy Active Living Education (PPL1O)

Healthy Active Living Education (PPL2O)

Healthy Active Living Education (PPL3O)

Health for Life (PPZ3O)

Healthy Active Living Education (PPL4O)

Exercise Science (PSE4U)

Recreation and Fitness Leadership (PLF4C)

X. Interdisciplinary Studies

Interdisciplinary Studies (IDC3O)

Interdisciplinary Studies (IDP3O)

Interdisciplinary Studies (IDC4U)

Interdisciplinary Studies (IDP4U)

Interdisciplinary Studies (IDC4O)

Interdisciplinary Studies (IDC4O)

Interdisciplinary Studies (IDP4O)

XI. Mathematics

Principles of Mathematics (MPM1D)

Foundations of Mathematics (MFM1P)

Principles of Mathematics (MPM2D)

Foundations of Mathematics (MFM2P)

Functions (MCR3U)

Functions and Applications (MCF3M)

Foundations for College Mathematics (MBF3C)

Mathematics for Work and Everyday Life

(MEL3E)


Advanced Functions (MHF4U)

Calculus and Vectors (MCV4U)

Mathematics of Data Management (MDM4U)

Mathematics for College Technology (MCT4C)

Foundations for College Mathematics(MAP4C)

Mathematics for Work and Everyday Life

(MEL4E)

XII. Native Languages

XIII. Native Studies

XIV. Program Planning and Assessment

XV. Science

Science (SNC1D)

Science (SNC1P)

Science (SNC2D)

Science (SNC2P)

Biology (SBI3U)

Biology (SBI3C)

Chemistry (SCH3U)

Physics (SPH3U)

Science (SNC3M)

Science (SNC3E)

Biology (SBI4U)

Chemistry (SCH4U)

Chemistry (SCH4C)

Earth and Space Science (SES4U)

Physics (SPH4U)

Physics (SPH4C)

Science (SNC4M)

Science (SNC4E)

XVI. Social Sciences and Humanities

Food and Nutrition (HFN1O/HFN2O)

Individual and Family Living (HIF1O/HIF2O)

a. Family Studies

Living and Working With Children (HPW3C)

Managing Personal and Family Resources (HIR3C) Managing Personal Resources (HIP3E)

Fashion and Creative Expression (HNC3O)

Living Spaces and Shelter (HLS3O)

Parenting (HPC3O)

Food and Nutrition Sciences (HFA4M)

Individual and Families in a Diverse Society (HHS4M)

Issues in Human Growth and Development (HHG4M)

Parenting and Human Development (HPD4E)

The Fashion Industry (HNB4O)

b. General Social Science

Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology and Sociology

(HSP3M)

Challenge and Change in Society (HSB4M)



c. Philosophy

Philosophy: The Big Questions (HZB3O)

Philosophy: Questions and Theory (HZT4U)

d. World Religion

World Religions: Beliefs, Issues and Religious Traditions

(HRT3M)


World Religions: Beliefs and Daily Life (HRF3O)

XVII. Technological Education

Integrated Technologies (TTI1O)

Communications Technology (TGJ2O)

Computer and Information Science (T1K2O)

Computer Engineering Technology (TCJ2O)

Health and Personal Services Technology

(TPJ2O)


Hospitality and Tourism Technology (TMJ2O)

Manufacturing Technology (TMJ2O)

Technology Design (TDJ2O)

Transportation Technology (TTJ2O)



vii. Module 7/ IB Programme

I. Extended Essay

General Resources

Biology

English


Chemistry

Languages

Geography

History


Information Technology in a Global Society

Mathematics

Music

Physics


Visual Arts

French


II. Course Resources

TOK (Theory of Knowledge)

Second Language

Language ab initio

Language B (French / Spanish)

Language A2 (French)

Individuals and societies

Geography

History

Information Technology in a Global Society

Experimental Sciences

Biology


Chemistry

Physics


Mathematics and Computer Science

Mathematical studies standard level



Mathematics standard level

Visual arts

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