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"Exploring how the teacher librarian responds to the evolving needs of students (for example, collection development, flexible use of space, face-to-face and virtual environments and learning with technology)" by Mind Map: "Exploring how the teacher librarian responds to the evolving needs of students (for example, collection development, flexible use of space, face-to-face and virtual environments and learning with technology)"

1. Collection Development

1.1. Establish a mission statement

1.2. Acquisition of up-to-date resources

1.3. Weeding of obsolete materials

1.4. Student interest surveys

1.5. Curriculum awareness

1.6. Consultation with teachers, parents

1.7. Promotion of resources

1.7.1. Book displays

1.7.2. E-mail newsletters

1.7.3. Blog posts

1.7.4. Social media campaigns

2. Use of Space

2.1. Physical Resources

2.1.1. Books

2.1.2. Newspapers

2.1.3. Videos

2.1.4. Magazines

2.2. Workspaces

2.2.1. Individual study

2.2.2. Group work

2.2.3. Whole class

2.2.4. Flexible seating arrangements

2.2.5. Movable space dividers/barriers

2.3. Presentation Facilities

2.3.1. Projection screen(s)

2.3.2. Smartboard

2.3.3. Whiteboards / Blackboards

2.3.4. Sound system for larger groups

2.4. Creative Spaces

2.4.1. A/V facilities

2.4.2. Video editing / screening

2.4.3. Desktop publishing & finishing tools

2.4.4. Makerspace

2.4.4.1. 3d printer

2.4.4.2. Cardboard construction

2.4.4.3. Prototyping

2.4.4.4. Textiles

2.5. Computer Lab(s)

2.5.1. Computers

2.5.2. Printers

2.5.3. Copiers

2.5.4. Wifi connectivity

2.5.5. Software tools

2.5.5.1. Desktop publishing

2.5.5.2. Communication

2.5.5.3. Web publishing

2.5.5.4. Programming

3. Face-to-Face Environments

3.1. Book clubs

3.2. Book displays

3.3. Book talks

3.4. Author visits

3.5. Information desk / TL availability

3.6. Research workshops

4. Virtual Environments

4.1. Social media

4.1.1. Facebook

4.1.2. Twitter

4.1.3. Pinterest

4.1.4. Snapchat

4.2. Blogs

4.3. Web sites/tools

4.3.1. Library Web Site

4.3.2. Google Docs

4.3.3. Office Online

4.4. Videoconferencing

4.4.1. Skype

4.4.2. Google Hangouts

4.5. Online Classrooms

4.5.1. Google

4.5.2. Moodle

4.5.3. Wikispaces

4.5.4. D2L

5. Learning with Technology

5.1. e-Learning Tools

5.1.1. D2L

5.1.2. Khan Academy

5.1.3. ExploreLearning Gizmos

5.2. Computer-based learning

5.2.1. Tablets

5.2.2. Smartphones

5.2.3. Laptops

5.3. Assessment tools

5.3.1. Kahoot!

5.3.2. iRubric

5.3.3. Quizlet

5.4. Presentation tools

5.4.1. Prezi

5.4.2. Glogster

5.4.3. Bubbl.us

5.4.4. MindMeister

5.5. Research

5.5.1. Databases

5.5.2. Google

5.5.3. Wikipedia