Since quarantine began, I have created links, directories and resources for our learning community in the Academy. Using Workplace, I regularly posts resources and helpful links there. I use the blog to compile them into an archive.
As the academic year draws to a close, here is a monthly listing of blog posts on online learning, tech integration and school library services in the time of COVID-19. This is culled from actual practice and may prove beneficial for further research and study on the role of libraries and the leadership roles of school librarians.
Learning in the Time of COVID-19 - from a Facebook post, I was able to generate opinions and "think-alouds" from practitioners in the field of educational technology and instructional design.
The School Library is a Vital Support System - a reflection on the school library's vital role as support system and communicating to the learning community the commitment to serve in the time of COVID-19.
Google Classroom and Eric Curts - Tech tips and exert advice in using Google Suite.
The Flow and Structure of MOOCs - sharing a personal experience in participating in the 23 Mobile Things (2014). It is still a useful resource and example of an online learning module.
Reflective Teaching in the Time of COVID-19 - More reflections focusing on assessment, building relationships and connecting humanity with the use of technology for teaching and learning.
A Heart Map: An Online Bibliotherapy Session - An activity for mental health and well-being that children and adults can participate in.
Free eBooks and Audio Books - a list / directory of freebies
The Lighthouse Diary: An Ongoing Reflection on Remote and Online Learning - Thinking about professional practice never ends.