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Finding Your OASIS: An ILEAD Adventure

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Presentation for Library 2.013 Virtual Conference. …

Presentation for Library 2.013 Virtual Conference.

Presented by Barbara Alvarez

ILEAD USA OASIS TEAM

Published in: Education, Technology

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  • 1. Presented by: Barbara Alvarez OASIS TEAM: Barbara Alvarez, Dominique Roman, Carol Hartmann, Beth Tepen, and Beatrice O’Connell
  • 2. WHAT IS ILEAD USA? ILEAD USA is a competitive, application-only program, with applicants applying in teams of five members in the participating states... A statewide Steering Committee reviews the applicant pool and selects teams for participation in the cohort cycle. All the states will have five teams participating, except Illinois, which will have eight. Each of the 28 teams are comprised of library staff members from each of the five states who are committed to fully participate in the nine-month program. (fromhttp://www.webjunction.org/partners/illinois/ilprograms/ileadusa.html)
  • 3. •Outreach Activities Streaming Innovative Services •Public, academic, school, youth, and homebound librarians •Meeting patrons where they are by using innovative tools.
  • 4.  Mobile  Live friendly programming  Virtual reference/instruction
  • 5. Imagine a patron stuck in an airport, on a long train ride, or sick in bed. They want to watch something interesting-- maybe it's a program going on at the library right now. Or maybe they missed an interesting tutorial, but want to watch it later. With Google + Hangouts On Air, public libraries can connect with patrons who are unable to physically come to the library for a variety of reasons. •Virtual Book Discussions •Virtual Reference Desk •Drop-in e-reader questions •Interviews with authors or other experts
  • 6. Virtual storytimes are a way to reach children and families who cannot physically come to storytime locations that the library offers. Virtual storytimes can be livestreamed or viewed at a later time once they are archived online. 1) Use a story that is in the public domain, this can range from fairy tales, fables, or anything published before 1923. 2) Create your own story or use a Fractured Fairytale 3) Use a disclaimer at the beginning of your video.
  • 7. •Livestreamprograms to patrons •Check out mobile devices for BARD mobile app Sandisk- Mobile WiFi To Go •National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped •Downloadable Books, Magazines, & Music Scores
  • 8. •Camtasia tutorials •Google Hangouts Office Hours •Google Hangouts On Air Expert Interviews •DIY KIT •Continuing the conversation •Diigo List
  • 9. •Career services •Camtasia studio •Google+ for staff •After school hours •24/7 student assistance •Virtual connections •Screensharing
  • 10.      WEBSITE: https://sites.google.com/site/ileadoasisl earningcommunity/home Read our blog at: http://findyouroasis2013.blogspot.com/?z x=74895ab7195967b1 Diigo: https://www.diigo.com/list/chartoer/ILE AD-OASIS-Toolkit Twitter: https://twitter.com/ileadoasis YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=P LAMtm201tYAg_jAECOSJwbLFzpFfpAynz
  • 11. Twitter: @the_barbrarian  Google +: Barbara Alvarez;  ◦ balvarezwc@gmail.com