Digital Literacy for Teachers
Definition:
Digital Literacy is the awareness, attitude and ability of individuals to appropriately use digital tools and facilities to identify, access, manage, integrate, evaluate, analyse and synthesise resources, construct new knowledge and create media.

Research
Evernote:
Personal: Conferences/workshops - take notes, record audio, take images - tag (keywords) all these notes and then file them in NOTEBOOKS (folders). Make sure you set up the folders, the first time (rather than having lots of notes Professional learning records/hobbies.

Professional:
  1. Keep a notebook on each child (or class) and store evidence records such as images, examples of work, handwriting etc. Perfect for parent teacher interviews or meetings about progress of student. Also keep audio examples of assessment (great for running records).
  2. Manage your planning and curriculum (shared folders or documents with others)- Evernote Free only gives you the ability to share folders/notes but (not edit).

Curation:
Megan's Pinterest Boards: Use Pinterest for collecting resources for specific topics in education or your professional interest. Just like one giant online visual corkboard.

http://www.pinterest.com/meganaiemma/boards/

Pinterest for Education (On this wiki)

Educlipper
Web Based and App

Learni.st:
It's similiar to Pinterest, but designed for Education.

Copyright and Creative Commons
Resources on Copyright and Creative Commons
What is it, and how to use it?
Searching in 2015- what tools?
Matt Cutts Video
Alternate Search Engines:Duck Duck Go
How to search for material that is Creative Commons based?
Flickr Photo Commons (Great History Photo Collections)
How to use it in a bibliography

__http://www.bibme.org/__
How to license (and teach students)
  1. Audio
  2. Images
  3. Video

Using Twitter in Education

Tweetdeck
Manage your twitter account (with #hashtags),

Flipboard
Use Flipboard to read and collect the news you care about (signed in with your Twitter Or Facebook account), curating (collecting) into your own 'magazines' on any topic.

Tweettunnel:
Track back your old tweets - handy for when you are working on a project, or excursion.

Hootsuite:
Manage your social media all in one place (i.e. Facebook, LinkedIn, Google Plus, Twitter). Rather than having to go to five different websites, can see all the ideas coming in.

Storyify
Use Stori.fy to collect stories from social media (great after a conference).

Tweet Archivist
Looking at the archives of your tweets or a particular hashtag.