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EIG Awards 2013
EIG Awards 2013
EIG Awards 2013
EIG Awards 2013
EIG Awards 2013
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EIG Awards 2013

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A presentation given by Hillary Hughes at the 2013 EIG Awards!

A presentation given by Hillary Hughes at the 2013 EIG Awards!

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  • 1. A program of activities to promote reading, creative expression and digital literacy among high school students in a low socio-economic, culturally diverse community Crossing boundaries – personal, educational, cultural Further the objectives of the National Year of Reading Wide reading focus Manga (Japanese graphic narrative) Digital storytelling
  • 2. Marsden SHS: Approx 200 Students, Year 8 & 9 Alan Jones (Principal), Shirley Birrell (Teacher-librarian), Adam Ballard, Natasha Milovanovic, Sera Roqica, Chris Alecson , Michelle, School Chaplain, School Police Constable Logan City Council Libraries: Jo Beazley, Darshan Balasuriyar School Library Association of Qld: Toni Leigh, Teresa Ison QUT Education Faculty: Hilary Hughes, Erica Hateley, Kelli McGraw + MEd Students QUT SEF, Information Systems: Kate Davis, Kathleen Smeaton, Rebecca Adams + MIT students QUT Library: Gillian Harrison, Helen Woodman QUT Yumi Deadly Centre: Lindy Sugars QUT Creative Industries: Natalie Wright, Mimi Tsai
  • 3. David Lovegrove, Manga artist / author Tristan Bancks, Young adult fiction author
  • 4. Crossing boundaries to … State Library of Queensland Marsden Public Library, Logan City Council Libraries QUT Kelvin Grove
  • 5. Marsden SHS Students digital capabilities satisfaction of creating and sharing stories enriched reading culture enhanced literacy confidence, social interactions, self-expression personal relevance of university/QUT, libraries Marsden SHS Teachers developed knowledge - digital technologies, social media, Manga professional and personal applications Logan City Council Libraries promoted library and educational programs strengthened links with Marsden SHS students Outcomes
  • 6. Outcomes QUT academics cross-disciplinary/cross-organisational collaboration project leadership, team management understanding of socio-cultural diversity - educational needs ongoing research, publications community partners for further collaboration personal and professional enrichment fun! QUT students (Education & Library Information Science) authentic experience of working with young people project leadership & management experience web development research project QUT raised profile – community engagement potential future students
  • 7. www.cbwr.edu.au

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