There is an enormous range of Web 2.0 tools supporting inquiry learning. The following selected range may be useful in your library or classroom.
The range of tools, technologies and the skills to support inquiry learning continue to evolve. Content here includes guidance on re-use and remixing of digital content, supporting inquiry in a Māori context, content curation, and much more.
BYOD stands for 'Bring Your Own Device'. Devices include smartphones, tablets, laptops and other digital devices that are owned by the student and can be used at school for educational purposes. Read what the research says, how the library can play a leadership role, and the shift in focus from devices to student learning outcomes.
Guided inquiry provides a framework for collaborative planning between school library staff and teachers, to support students as they attempt to work through and select from the vast amount of information available today.
To enable students to search effectively for information as the basis for their inquiry, they will need many skills, from basic alphabetical skills to more sophisticated online search skills and critical thinking ability to assess what they find.