[MOSAIC] Using Shelfari

Kuenzl-Stenerson Kay kay.kuenzl-stenerson at oshkosh.k12.wi.us
Wed Sep 8 09:20:06 EDT 2010


I have been using Shelfari for about a year and find it very helpful to me.  I would have students set up their own accounts.  They would need to then add you as a friend so that you could monitor their usage.  I would allow them to choose their own friends beyond that.


Kay Kuenzl-Stenerson
Literacy Coach
Merrill Middle School
108 W. New York Ave.
Oshkosh, WI 54901
920-424-0177 ext. 132

e site that you shared is just what I was looking for to use with my fifth graders.  Did you set one up for your class and have everyone put their entries under your name or did you set up an account for each student and have them as part of your group?  I'm thinking I'd have more control if they worked under my name.

Carmen


> Date: Mon, 23 Aug 2010 09:01:58 -0500
> From: lweber at cvcatholic.org
> To: mosaic at literacyworkshop.org
> CC: gaynor at aaps.k12.mi.us; tmoskus at stthomasannarbor.org
> Subject: Re: [MOSAIC] How to create a database or spreadsheet of books?
>
> How about creating a Shelfari site http://www.shelfari.com/ for your class?
> This would allow it to be constantly changing and accessible from anywhere
> that has internet.
>
> On Sun, Aug 22, 2010 at 1:44 PM, Amy Lesemann <amy.lesemann at gmail.com>wrote:
>
> > Hello - I need some advice. My students have been writing short book
> > reviews/summaries of the books they read and we're keeping them in a big
> > notebook. But that's unwieldy and not very useful. So I want to go
> > electronic, and have them write them (or the older kids will type them up)
> > in a database or spreadsheet that we can then reference. That way, kids can
> > easily see what their buddies recommend, other books by the same authors
> > that kids have liked and so forth.
> >
> > What should we use - a database or a spreadsheet? Excel? Something else? We
> > have excel for free, but I can't really find a free database. It has to be
> > something most kids can use easily, so I don't end up doing all the typing!
> > I figure first they'll type up something, then I'll have them type it in.
> > We
> > can link it to my webpage, too, so they can use it from home or the public
> > library.
> >
> > Your thoughts? Thanks!
> >
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> > Amy Lesemann, Reading Specialist and Director, Independent Learning Center
> > St. Thomas the Apostle Elementary School
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> Mrs. Lori Weber
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> Sacred Heart School
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