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A Celebration of Student Scholarship
Join us to explore multimedia research projects aligned to elementary, middle school, and high school standards for science, social studies, and English
Our panel will discuss research projects that:
- Animate food chains and solve historical mysteries.
- Create video weather reports based on research of ocean currents.
- Use genealogy research to explore personal identity and family history.
By the end of the webinar you'll have student work samples and lessons plans you can use in your classroom, ideas for research collaboration between school librarians and classroom teachers, and an insider's knowledge of a variety of online tools to use for research, including Glogster, Google Presentation, Google Sites, iMovie, and various iPad apps.
About the PresentersDr. Christina Dorr, Media Specialist at Weaver Middle School, Hilliard City Schools
Dr. Dorr is a 27-year veteran of school libraries and 10-year university instructor, active member OELMA, AASL, ALSC, YALSA.Jessica Klinker, Head Librarian, Franklin Heights High School
Jessica Klinker is the Head Librarian at Franklin Heights High School in South-Western City School District. She is finishing her fourteenth year as an educator and has taught every grade from K-12. Jessica is passionate about using inquiry-based and project-based instruction to capture students' interests and to capitalize on opportunities to embed research skills into activities that are meaningful. Jessica was recognized with the Ohio Educational Library Media Association's 2014 Emerging Leader Award and is currently serving as OELMA's Membership Committee Chair.Angela Maxwell, Librarian, Beachwood City Schools Hilltop Elementary
Angela Maxwell is a teacher librarian for the Beachwood City Schools in Northeastern, Ohio. She is passionate about the transformational role of libraries in schools and the power technology brings to learning. Current professional interests and goals include fostering formative assessment practices using technology, genius hour and information literacy, and developing a maker mindset in schools. @librarymax