The role of the student library media assistant is to have a service learning experience. They provide assistance to students and faculty and help with the successful operation of the media center. Through performance-based assignments, media assistants learn Information and Media skills based on the NCDPI High School Media Assistant curriculum. These students are able to develop life-long information skills as a result of this experience.
Don't forget to take your weekly Trails quiz. Use your same code for each quiz.
Tutorials were created by Austin Community College Library Services for their students. Most of the information is applicable to all library users.
After you work your way through the short tutorials, you can take a quiz and review your right and wrong answers.
Tutorials: Choosing A Topic, Identifying Keywords, Finding Background Information, Finding Books & eBooks, Finding Articles, Demystifying Research Articles, Building Research Papers, Evaluating Information, Finding Scientific Information
Virtual Privacy Lab (Provided by San Jose Public Library)
Read the Overview : What is Online Privacy. Complete the Build Your Toolkit survey at the end. Print out your results. Complete the Social Media & Online Sharing module and also the Your Information Footprint module. Print out results from the surveys.
Create a poster about privacy week : it should be a one page 8.5x11" either using Word or Publisher, encouraging others to find out about Privacy Week, first week in May.
Watch the Choose Privacy Week video, complete the attached survey questions on what you have learned from this video about keeping your privacy.