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New Media & Families: Las Vegas-Clark County Library District

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Cen Campbell & Carisa Kluver June 25, 2014

Cen Campbell & Carisa Kluver June 25, 2014

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  • 1. New Media & Families Las Vegas-Clark County Library District June 25, 2014
  • 2. Hello! Cen Campbell, LittleeLit.com Carisa Kluver, Digital-Storytime.com
  • 3. Apps/eBooks from this workshop Felt Board MGOL Keynote One Drive (for PPT) A Frog Thing Bean’s Baby Blue Hat Green Hat Byron Barton Trucks Happy Hippo Angry Duck iBook Penguin’s Family
  • 4. How the iPad affects young children, and what we can do about it Media Mentors
  • 5. Images that make us sad
  • 6. This is Our Opportunity
  • 7. ● Digital felt board ● Book app or digital book ● Digital music or sounds ● Non-book app ● Create your own content ● Screen shots or images What is New Media?
  • 8. Librarians are knowledgeable about curating all kinds of resources- including new media Librarians are skilled at helping children, parents & caregivers navigate many kinds of tools – including positive ways to use new media Why new media in the library?
  • 9. ● App ● eBook ● Felt Board ● Library Apps ● Parent Engagement Apps Demo!
  • 10. Concerns?
  • 11. Concerns ● Displacement of other activities ● Commercial messages ● Passive consumption ● Eye/Body Strain ● Displacement of relationships ● Sleep disruptions ● “Screen time”
  • 12. Advantages?
  • 13. ● Engaging ● Learning Styles ● Access (geographic, linguistic & special populations) ● Diversity of content ● Learning support ● Tactile interface & multimedia Advantages
  • 14. American Academy of Pediatrics
  • 15. Recommendations from the AAP Guidelines ● Limit “entertainment” screen time to <1- 2 hours a day ● Discourage screen media for children <2 ● Keep screen media out of child’s bedroom ● Monitor media usage ● Coview ● Establish family media plan
  • 16. NAEYC & Fred Rogers Center
  • 17. Guidelines from NAEYC/Fred ● Select, use, integrate & evaluate media in intentional & age-appropriate ways ● Balance of tech & non-tech ● Prohibit use of passive media ● Limit use for <2 year olds ● Consider recommendations from health orgs ● Equitable access to technology
  • 18. ● Pilot Projects ● Bibliography ● Survey ● Forum Promising Practices
  • 19. Books For Parents & Staff
  • 20. Another resource for parents
  • 21. ● What are the early learning practices? Supporting Early Learning
  • 22. ● What are the early learning practices? ○ Talk ○ Sing ○ Read ○ Write ○ Play Supporting Early Learning
  • 23. ...is one that supports the development of a relationship with another human being. The Best App for Young Children...
  • 24. 1. Digital version of your favourite storytime book (App, eBook, Library) 2. Digital felt Board 3. Music (playlist) 4. Lyrics, welcome or resource slide 5. Photos Suggestions for getting started
  • 25. Questions?
  • 26. 1. Digital version of your favourite storytime book (App, eBook, Library) 2. Digital felt Board 3. Music (playlist) 4. Lyrics, welcome or resource slide 5. Photos Suggestions for getting started
  • 27. Discuss the following question with your neighbor: What IS the role of libraries now?
  • 28. A patron asks: Why are there iPads in the library?
  • 29. Demo: Felt Board
  • 30. Demo: Oceanhouse Media
  • 31. What makes a good digital book? ● Meaningful interactive elements that are relevant to the narrative & don’t distract ● Quality story with high quality images ● Simple, large & easily-readable font ● Read-to-me & read-to-myself options ● Highlighting word-for-word ● Settings for turning on/off music/sound effects ● Navigation, ease of use, tech stability
  • 32. Where can you find digital book reviews? ● Common Sense Media: http://www.commonsensemedia. org ● Digital Storytime: http://digital-storytime.com ● Kirkus: https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book- reviews/ipad/ ● School Library Journal: Touch & Go http://www.slj. com/category/books-media/reviews/apps/ ● Horn Book: Out of the Box http://www.hbook. com/category/choosing-books/app-review-of-the-week/
  • 33. Other Good Resources AppShopper.com AppFriday.com MomsWithApps.com SmartAppsforKids.com TheiMums.com TeachersWithApps.com And many, many more!
  • 34. Reader’s Appvisory?
  • 35. “I don’t teach people how to use specific tools or systems. I do try to present a wide array of possibilities and then teach my students to critically evaluate how effectively any given technology will serve the purposes of the library” Children & Libraries Vol. 12 #2 In conclusion...
  • 36. Questions? Contact us anytime! CenLibrarian@gmail.com Digital.Storytime@gmail.com Twitter: @LittleeLit & @iPad_Storytime Facebook: LittleeLit & Digital Storytime Web: LittleeLit.com & Digital-Storytime.com