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Curriculum, links, documents for the Digital Literacy 21 Library componenet

Digital Literacy RAMGuide Library Component: Three (3) Units

1) Digital Citizenship & Electronic Resources & Searching  [Tabs 1A - 1H]

2) Research Project  [Tabs 2 A - 2K]

A. I Navigating to the DigLit 21 RAMGuide

1)  FROM THE LSA WEBSITE HOMEPAGE:

  Click: Library Button (top right corner)

  Click: "LSA Library Guide"  with maroon border

  From: Home Page of LSA Library Website: HOME, Open Last Tab "RAMGuides"

  Click: Trissler: DigLit 21 Link

www.lasalle-academy.org

Scroll down to "Library Resources" Link

Open hyperlink to LSA Library Home Page

From: Home Page of LSA Library Website: HOME, Open Last Tab "RAMGuides"

  Click: Trissler: DigLit 21 Link

Digital & Information Literacy Resources

B. DigLit 21 Grading Policy & Class Rules

GRADING WEIGHTS:

  • Class Activities and Homework:  10 points

  • Quizzes:  20 points

  • Major Test & Library Research Project:  50 points

 

CLASS RULES/EXPECTATIONS

1) NO cell phone/personal device use in 308 R

 

2) Dress code expected everyday

 

3) Come to class prepared with homework/folder/writing implements

 

4) Check Portals Plus !!! Postings alert you to what is due/will take place the following day

Missed classes/class work are YOUR responsibility: speak to me in Library

 

4) Productive & respectful class participation (small group and full class) expected for In-class activity credit & is graded

 

5) One person addresses class at a time

 

6) 1 minute music warning - return to seat ready to work/share

"One Minute More" Capital Cities/SwedaMusic

B. Digital Lives Survey

Network                Networked               Networking

Image Source:  whatculture.com

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C II. Balancing the Time - 3 Reasons NOT to Sleep with Your Cellphone

Recent sleep studies have reported that due to our "darkness deprived" and technology rich society,  natural physiological processes such as increased melatonin production, to produce drowsiness and relaxation have been disrupted.  Exposure to the "blue light" emitted by personal devices not only decreases the production of melatonin, but also increases the production of hormones such as cortisol and ghrelin that wake us up and increase hunger. Teens are especially sensitive to blue light emission; 1 hour of interacting with a hand held device such as a phone will decrease melatonin production by 23%/ 2 hours will produce a 38% reduction.  This translates to a period of at least 2 hours after exposure to blue light when rest and relaxation are often impossible.

From: Lisa Marshall.  "Too Blue"  WebMD, May 2018