Virtual Field Trips for the 21st Century Learner

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With an increasing emphasis on integrating 21st century learning skills into the classroom, teachers, schools, and educational organizations are seeking new ways of engaging students with people and places outside the classroom. This webinar will highlight resources that are available, the tools needed for a quality virtual connection, and ways you can facilitate a rewarding, educational, and fun experience for all involved!  

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Learning Outcomes

  1. Learn what resources are available and where you can find them.
  2. Discuss what tools of the trade that are needed, and how to maximize their use.

  3. Explore ways to make the virtual learning experience rewarding and memorable from beginning to end. 

Who Should Attend

School library professionals and those interested in the topic.

Presenters

Kaytee Smith

Kaytee Smith is currently the Digital Marketing Specialist with the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources, she works with museums, and natural and cultural sites across North Carolina on ways to engage with their visitors and students online. Previously with the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences as the Coordinator of Digital Outreach, she developed and provided virtual learning experiences through video conferencing and online resources. With over ten years of experience in education and digital communications, she is passionate about creating new learning environments that integrates digital tools in a creative and engaging way. Kaytee is a Microsoft Educator Innovator and has been a featured speaker for the Microsoft Underground Tour and Microsoft Hack the Classroom.  
 

Registration

Cost

This webinar archive is complimentary.

How to Register

No registration is required.

Tech Requirements

Internet connection and web browser.

Contact

Jennifer Habley 
AASL Manager, Web Communications