Embedded Librarian-ALA 2011

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Embedded Librarian-ALA 2011

  1. 1. The Embedded Librarian: Engage, Evolve, Educate— A New Model of School Librarianship http://slidesha.re/AASL1 http://slidesha.re/jnKhQ4 Twitter hashtag: #embedded AASL CC image by WonderFerret via Flickr
  2. 2. Beyond the Stacks: The Embedded Librarian, preK-12 Stacy Dillon | Buffy J. Hamilton | Jennifer Hubert | Jesse Karp | Karyn Silverman The Embedded Librarian: Engage, Evolve, Educate— A New Model of School Librarianship ALA Annual | June 2011
  3. 5. Book Elections: Connection
  4. 6. Empower
  5. 8. Engage
  6. 10. Involve
  7. 12. Excite
  8. 14. Visit http://www.lrei.org/ Email: smdillon@lrei.org Twitter: @myTweendom
  9. 15. Social Justice: Teamwork
  10. 16. Choosing to Participate: 8 th grade Social Justice Projects
  11. 17. 10 Teams 4 Students per team Topics: Schools/Education, War/Violence, Environment, Homelessness, GLBTQ, Women, Refugees, Health and Community, Children Issues. Team Positions: Webmaster     - Responsible for creating website design and overseeing the display of all site content Photo/Video Editor     - Coordinates all photo and video content for site     - Primary editor of video content     - Provides Webmaster with fully captioned content for site Copy Editor     - Oversees the creation of all written content for site     - Establishes editorial tone and norms for all written content     - Proofreading for grammar/punctuation errors     Research and Content Producer     - Primary researcher for project     - Coordinates interviews     - Fact checks written copy, photo and video content
  12. 24. Student Social Justice PSAs
  13. 28. For more information on LREI’s Social Justice Projects: Visit http://www.justice.lrei.org/ Email: [email_address] Twitter: @ReadingRants
  14. 29. TEDxHumanRights: Partnership
  15. 30. 1 Being Embedded Means Working with Everyone
  16. 32. 2 Being Embedded Takes Time CC image by Anthony Dodd via fotopedia.com
  17. 34. 3 Being Embedded Means Being on— Even when you’re off CC image by scottjacksonx via Flickr.com
  18. 36. Being Embedded Means Transitioning from Information Literacy to Transliteracy 4
  19. 39. 5 Being Embedded Means Being Thoughtful
  20. 41. http://www.globalissues.org/article/26/poverty-facts-and-stats
  21. 43. 6 Being Embedded Means Leaving the Library
  22. 45. 7 Being Embedded Is Transformative
  23. 46. Results: Investment
  24. 47. Understanding
  25. 48. Engagement
  26. 49. Insight
  27. 50. Action
  28. 51. 8 Being Embedded Is Fun
  29. 52. Visit http://libresources.lrei.org/ Email: [email_address] Twitter: @InfoWitch or @LREI_lib
  30. 53. Beyond the Students: Don’t forget! Faculty, Parents, & Administration CC image by Denise Carbonell via Flickr
  31. 54. Continue the Conversation: http://bit.ly/embeddedAASL Twitter hashtag: #embedded AASL CC image by WonderFerret via Flickr Stacy Dillon, smdillon@lrei.org, @MyTweendom Buffy J. Hamilton, Buffy.Hamilton@gmail.com, @BuffyJHamilton Jennifer Hubert, jhubert@lrei.org, @ReadingRants Jesse Karp, jkarp@lrei.org Karyn Silverman, ksilverman@lrei.org, @InfoWitch

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