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Electronic Eye August 2014

Find Time for Code!  Kathleen Meulen Raise your hand if computer gaming is something that young adults do at your library?  Keep them raised high so we can get an accurate count.  Okay. . . it appears that everyone has... (Continue reading)

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Electronic Eye April 2014

Poets Online Kathleen Meulen Poetry month is upon us again.  In my school library, this generally means that language arts teachers vie for a selection from my library’s not insignificant collection of poetry books and they take them back to... (Continue reading)

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Electronic Eye December 2013

EasyBib MyBib Pro: Yet Another Evolution for this Popular Research Tool Kathleen Meulen Let’s flashback fifteen years to the start of any large scale student research project.  Frequently, a student equips herself with a collection of multicolored index cards and... (Continue reading)

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Electronic Eye August 2013

Common Core and Online Resources – Changes to eLibrary and eLibrary Curriculum Edition  Kathleen Meulen August 2013 Common Core: Two words that garner a strong reaction in the minds of librarians of the moment, both those who are in schools... (Continue reading)

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Electronic Eye April 2013

Sheltered Social Networking and the Library:  Journeys with Edmodo, Go Animate and My Big Campus Kathleen Meulen April 2013 In addition to the other bold ways that libraries and librarians are making the most of the digital world, one can... (Continue reading)

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Electronic Eye December 2012

Rosen Learning Center: Teen Cyber Smarts and Financial Literacy Kathleen Meulen December 2012 This year, due to scheduling issues, I was given a weekly class. The class is only thirty-five minutes long, happens only once a week, and I see... (Continue reading)

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Electronic Eye August 2012

Catalist Digital Kathleen Muelen August 2012 Every year I host an all-school Read based on the “One Book One School” and “One Book One Community” models.  Even though my school has only two grades, I feel that is not possible... (Continue reading)

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Electronic Eye April 2012

QUESTIA and QUESTIA SCHOOL Kathleen Meulen April 2012 Many of the school districts around mine are starting to explore the idea of allowing students to BYOD – Bring Your Own Device – into the classroom.  The thinking is that many... (Continue reading)

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Electronic Eye Archives

Electronic Eye by Kathleen Meulen Ellison. Kathleen Meulen Ellison has been a teacher-librarian for over two decades both in New York City and in the Pacific Northwest.  She currently works at Bainbridge High School on Bainbridge Island in Washington and can... (Continue reading)

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Electronic Eye August 2011

Follett Shelf: An eBook Solution for School Libraries? Kathleen Meulen August 2011 While I have always tried to consider the public library perspective as well as the school library view in this column, this is one entry where I’m going... (Continue reading)

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