[library-media] National Literacy Month
fmorgan at dsdmail.net
Tue Oct 20 12:10:26 MDT 2009
Good find, Lanell!
I have watched the video "The Student Discussion Groups" ( http://www.youtube.com/user/ProjInfoLit ) (4:06) (Fall 2008). and it is excellent. FYI, this video was created by PIL (Project Information Literacy) folks under the leadership of Mike Eisenberg of Big 6 fame. High school students are interested to hear what college students say about information literacy. They are much more likely to give credence to what anonymous older peers say than to what I think, old fogey (but beloved!) that I am.
So my question for you copyright gurus out there is if we have permission to make copies from YouTube. See http://infolit.org/news/new-project-information-literacy-video-released.html and http://projectinfolit.org/publications/ The note states, "No permission is required for use of videos in educational activities," but does this apply to making copies, not just using by opening the YouTube link which is blocked at our school location.
>>> "Lanell Rabner" <lanell.rabner at nebo.edu> 10/5/2009 11:45 AM >>>
Yesterday, President Obama signed a proclamation
identifying October as National Information Literacy
This was an initiative of the National Forum on
Information Literacy (http://infolit.org
<http://www.infolit.org> ), supported by Senator Kerry and
the late Senator Kennedy. Lana Jackman, President of the
National Forum, deserves much credit for leading the
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