CORE - CBE Professional Learning Networking Events for School-Based Moderators of Student Contributions

The student contribution feature will soon be turned on in CORE. Contributing to CORE provides an authentic audience for students to publish and share work, a platform where they can get feedback and input on work in progress, and an opportunity to remix digital resources in a safe environment.

To enable students to contribute, each CBE school will designate someone in their building who can act as a the moderator of student contributions. The role of the moderator is to: 1) Scan metadata, keywords, and resource information in the contribution for accuracy and searchability, and 2) Confirm media release forms are in place when needed. Moderating student contributions is simple and quick. Details about student contribution and school-based moderation can be found here http://albertacore.blogspot.ca/2014/04/exciting-news-cbe-is-getting-ready-for.html.

CBE's CORE Team is providing 3 optional ways to learn about moderating student contributions including: webinars, face-to-face sessions, and providing step-by-step tutorials and videos directly in CORE to support moderators. Stay up-to-date on information about CORE on the CORE blog at http://albertacore.blogspot.ca/ and on Twitter @core4learning https://twitter.com/core4learning.

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