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New Standards in Information literacy: A Panel discussion of the New AASL Standards

AJL Covention 2008, Cleveland OH

Marion Stein, Karen Ulric, Cherille Berman, Nechama Kutner

Please take the online survey - How does your program measure against the standards?

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Unesco standards UNESCO final.ppt

What Freshman don't know Poll of Student preparedness at Amherst College.doc

AASL Standards AASL_Learning_Standards_2007.pdf




Information Literacy In the Digital Age

AJL Convention 2007, Scottsdale, AZ

Monday, June 18, 2007


Marsha Lustigman - Intro and Theory

Library 2.0.ppt outline.ppt 

Karen Ulric - Social Software and the Day School Library


Heidi Estrin -- Podcasting & Videocasting

Virtual Handout for Podcasting




 Putting the "We" back in the Web, and Other Road Tales from the Information Highway.


Presented by Marsha Lustigman & Karen Ulric

for the Avi Chai Bookshelf Librarians

June 19, 2006

AJL Convention, Boston MA.


Are librarians going to be gatekeepers or 'enablers' when it comes to using Web 2.0? This presentation was created to provide an overview of Web 2.0 to librarians/media specialists working in Jewish high school libraries.  It introduces such innovations as blogs, wikis, rss and the social or collaborative web (My Space, Facebook).  In addition, it provides information on using Wikipedia to teach research skills to students.   In addition, it highlights the wiki page created for Avi Chai Bookshelf Librarians and asks for participation to make this site a useful source for collaboration for our members.






Blog Sources for AJL.doc




Copyright Issues and Plagarism


Presented by Adele Bildersee for the Avi Chai Bookshelf Librarians

June 2005

AJL Convention


An explanation of the laws governing copyright and fair use for libraries and students. Also presents a discussion about plagarism and offers some suggested remedies.


Copyright and plagarism.ppt





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