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									                             Welcome
      Changing Learners,
      Changing Content:
Shaping the Future – A Blueprint
          for Action

      A Symposium for K-12 Ohio Content Providers
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Introductions and overview
     9:30-9:45 a.m.
   Welcome: Theresa M. Fredericka,
   INFOhio Executive Director

   Background: Lois Lequyea,
   INFOhio Consultant/Special Projects

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The Changing World: 9:45-10 a.m.
 What haven't we noticed lately?
 - Introduction to changes in learners,
   content and context
 - Implications for policies and practices:
   A Blueprint for action
 Facilitator: Greg Byerly, Associate
 Professor, Kent State University School of
 Library & Information Science
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Keynote: Born with the Chip 10-11 a.m.
 Presentation and conversation with
 Stephen Abram, Incoming President of
 the Canadian Library Association and Vice
 President of Innovation for Sirsi
 Corporation.

   Introduced by Jo Budler,
   State Librarian of Ohio
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                      11:00 -11:15 a.m.
                            Break



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  The Changing World: 11:15-11:45 a.m.
   What we have noticed lately.
   - Ohio Realities, Julie Fox, Ohio SchoolNet
     Interim Executive Director
   - The Ohio Research Study, Ann Tepe,
     INFOhio Coordinator/Special Projects
   - Parents Initiative, Ann Tepe
   - OCLC Environmental Scan, Greg Byerly


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              INFOhio’s Reinberger Grant
            Reaching Ohio’s PreK-12 Parents
                             To Assist Parents in Learning
                             About New Technologies and
                             Electronic Resources to Help
                                   Students at Home
                             INFOhio will:
                             • Conduct a series of parent
                             focus groups to get input
                             • Create resources to help
                             parents use INFOhio’s
                             statewide electronic resources
                             • Promote awareness to parents
                             • Help parents understand how
                             to use school and public
                             libraries to enrich student
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 Meeting These Challenges: 11:45 a.m.-Noon
  How do we ensure services provided
  students and teachers remain relevant in
  this changing world?
     Amy Andres, Executive Director of
     Operations, Ohio Department of Education



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      Data Driven Decisions for Academic Achievement

                                D3A2

                             April 19, 2005




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                D3A2 Committee Structure

                                    3   2
                                 D A Steering Committee

                             Comprised of subcommittee Chairs plus one
         Resource                       additional member                      Legislative




                         Content
                                             User Group        Technical
                        Alignment

                                            Subcommittees


To sign up…
http://www.ode.state.oh.us/Data_Exchange/
                                                                           Component Inventories
                                                                                 Content
                                                                               Assessment
                                                                                Systems

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                   D3A2 Element Inventory




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Lunch – Noon - 2:30 p.m
   Group Sessions

   Participants will be divided into the
   following groups for lunch and
   afternoon discussions.

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                                      Scarlet Room
Blueprint Topics
   1) Changing Learners - What must we as providers of
  learning experiences do to meet the needs and learning
  behaviors of today's and tomorrow's learners?

Context Providers:
  - Kathy Fredrick, Director of Library Media and
    Instructional Technology, Shaker Heights City
    School District
  - Linda Johnson-Towles, Consultant, Instructional
    Technology and Media Hamilton County ESC
  - Ann Tepe
   Moderator: Jennifer Schwelik, Library Media Specialist,
   Beachwood High School
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                                         Columbus Room
2) Changing Content - If context is
   king (adding intellectual value to content),
   what must we as providers of learning experiences
   embrace to become context-centered versus content-
   centered?

Context Providers:
  - Stephen Abram
  - Carol Roddy, OPLIN Executive Director
  - Tom Sanville, OhioLINK Executive Director
  - Len Simutis, Eisenhower National Clearing House
    Executive Director
   Moderator: Sheila Benedum, Librarian, Bay High
   School
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                                       Buckeye Room
3) Changing Educational Expectations - What must we
   as providers of learning experiences adopt to enable
   learners and educators seamless access to resources
   based upon learning performance objectives?

Context Providers:
  - Jill Abbott, Ohio SchoolNet Education Liaison
  - Margaret Kasten, Ohio Resource Center
    Executive Director
  - Donna Nesbitt, Executive Director of Curriculum and
    Assessment, ODE

Moderator: Lois Lequyea

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4) Changing Access - Given the competition Gray Room
   from the Web, Google, Amazon, etc. and
   diminishing financial resources, what new options and
   capabilities must we as providers of learning experiences
   explore?

Context Providers:
  - Diane Dillon, Nordonia City Schools Information
    Specialist
  - Matt Howard, Ohio SchoolNet Educational Technology
    Consultant
  - Linda Sakemiller, Allen County ESC Director of
    Educational Technology and Distance Learning
  - Roger Verny, Statewide Resources Sharing
    Commission

Moderator: Paula Deal, Head Media Specialist,
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   North Olmsted High School
2:30-3:00 p.m.

   Next Steps
   Including reports from Blueprint
   topic sessions



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