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  • 1. Zee van Informatie
  • 2. Cultuuroverdrager als antropoloog
    Overdracht van cultuurbinneneenveranderendecultuur.
    Welke trends?
  • 3. Leraar, bibliothecaris, onderzoeker, kunstenaar as….
  • 4.
  • 5.
  • 6. Soft liquidsilver,
    Beautiful buildings we float in, we feed in,
    Foam, steel, gray
    Alive in the Sea of Information
    Gary Snyder
  • 7. “In the tsunami of globalinformation,
    librarians provide uswithfloaties and teachushow to swim.”
  • 8.
  • 9. “…en de povere prestaties van de vis als voetganger kunnen verklaard worden vanuit zijn vaardigheden als zwemmer”
    A way of seeing is also a way of notseeing”
  • 10. Why Movies and TV Have Made Us Less Human
  • 11. Wat is menselijk?
  • 12. symbolusing
    & symbolmis-usinganimal
    taal
  • 13. A Way of Seeing
  • 14. Way of Seeing
    Way of NotSeeing
  • 15.
  • 16. using
    mis-using
  • 17. identificatie
    verschil
  • 18. waar je voor bent (sympathie)
    waar je tegen bent (antithese)
    door onzorgvuldigheid (vooroordelen).
  • 19. getraind
    onvermogen
  • 20. Symbolicus
    Dramaticus
    Ludens
    Narrans
    Rhetoricus
  • 21. SYMBOOL Wijsheid
    MEDIA Wijsheid
  • 22.
  • 23. “We've missed you on Twitter”
  • 24. Via 140 tekens
    “connectswriters, agents, librarians, publishers, editors and otherseager to spread
    written word love”
  • 25.
  • 26.
  • 27.
  • 28.
  • 29.
  • 30. Itmightbeconsideredsurprisingthat a platform thatlimitsitsusers to 140 characters has somanyliterary-themed accounts. Ourfavorite of these are the parody accounts, spoofingfamousauthorsfrombeyond the grave.
  • 31.
  • 32.
  • 33. Nieuwe fancultuur
    verhaal/personagepersonage
  • 34.
  • 35.
  • 36.
  • 37. evaluateeachother'sFacebook pages as a story that'sbeingtold - a ficitional story
  • 38.
  • 39.
  • 40. Zadie Smith: GenerationWhy
    Nostalgie versus Hype
    Verledenversus Heden
    Toekomst is van ons…
  • 41. People 1.0 versusPeople 2.0
    Facebookgeneratie:
    inhuman, subhuman, nonhuman
  • 42. Nicholas Carr
    The Internet Makes Deep Thought Difficult, if Not Impossible
    Nicholas Carr
    The Internet Makes Deep Thought Difficult, if Not Impossible
  • 43. 1.0 versus 2.0
    “brains are wired differently”
  • 44. Memes:
    Trouble & Fun
    Wat gaat er verkeerd met de jeugd?
    &
    Wat kunnen we leren van de jeugd?
  • 45.
  • 46. Mensalseen set of data op Facebook
    “Everything shrinks. Individual character. Friendship. Language. Sensibility”
  • 47.
  • 48. Facebook
    Vriendschapsverzoek
  • 49. “Connectivity the illusion of companionship without the demands of friendship”.
  • 50.
  • 51. O, ik dank Mark Zuckerberg elke dag op mijn blote knieën. Vooral om mijn vriend, en dus ook dochter, die ik via Facebook heb gevonden.
  • 52.
  • 53.
  • 54. Iedereen blogt
  • 55.
  • 56.
  • 57. Marilyn Johnson
    Blogs over bibliotheken
    tweet
    http://www.thisbookisoverdue.com/This_Book_Is_Overdue/Librarian_Blogroll.html
  • 58. Iedereen criticus
    Iedereen schrijver
    Revanche van de lezer.
  • 59.
  • 60. Equipment for Living (Burke)
    Company we Keep (Booth)
    Equipment & Company
    GEREEDSCHAP & GEZELSCHAP
  • 61.
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  • 64. http://educationrepresentation.blogspot.com/
  • 65. Popular Culture
  • 66. Libraries and Gaming
    Gaming in Libraries
    Wii, DDR, Rock Band, board games
    Libraries in Games
    Second Life
    Library Games
    General focus on information literacy
  • 67. “Students can win the game several different ways, roughly lining up with political, scientific, military, cultural, or economic victories. Players seek out geographical resources, manage economies, plan the growth of their civilization, and engage in diplomacy with other nation-states”
  • 68.
  • 69. “Out-tech your opponent.
    Rush to Writing and build Libraries fast.
    The difference between units is immense now”.
  • 70.
  • 71. Anotherreasonwhy I enjoyedplaying Dragon Quest VIII is the factthatitgivesimportance to books and libraries
  • 72.
  • 73.
  • 74.
  • 75.
  • 76. “like a television set, library and communications channel all rolled
    intoonedevice”
    (Leary)
  • 77.
  • 78. Kindle and iPad to 'save classic literature'
    “We are now creating an immense public library without walls.
    That's how I'm using my own iPad.”
    (Sutherland – Sunday Times)
  • 79. “The growing popularity of Amazon's Kindle and Apple's iPad is likely to lead to more people reading classic literature,
    according to an academic”.
  • 80. British Library launch classic book reading app
  • 81.
  • 82.
  • 83. “The iPad represents the genuine retailization of academic content.”
    (London Review of Books)
  • 84. Moonbot creëert verhalen.
    Wat is een boek?
  • 85. Well, thereonce was a time whenwords and images wereprintedon a materialcalled paper. Thisalmost-lost art formwillalwaysbeprotectedby the stories we createhere.
  • 86.
  • 87. http://vimeo.com/25833596
    The FantasticFlyingBooks
  • 88.
  • 89.
  • 90.
  • 91. All customers want is the personal touch
  • 92. All customers want is the personal touch
  • 93. All customers want is the personal touch
  • 94.
  • 95.
  • 96. ‘Each of us has a private Jane Austen’
    Fan versus Academisch repertoire
  • 97.
  • 98. 1.0 versus 2.0
    Bib 1.0
    als kenniscentrum
    antwoordt op vragen
    Bib 2.0
    als Contact Zone
    stelt vragen, zoekt antwoorden
  • 99. Librarybecomes
    “anessentialsymbolfor…”
    “the cultural center of itscommunity…” 
    “anintegral part of the community’slife…”
    “a hang-outforresidents to escape the cold in winter and the heat of the summer..”
  • 100. Librarybecomes
    “a real oasis in with a quiet, calm and relaxed…”
    “a place for relaxation, enjoyment and briefly getting away from it all..”
    “for students to meet & work collaboratively “
  • 101. Librarybecomes
    “a source of digitally stored informational and cultural material..”
    “the new focus of innovation”
    “the main information resource for those who can not afford to buy computer hardware and software”
  • 102. Librarywillbecome
    the editor and publisher
    a small market
    a coffee house
    a trans-institutionalcentre
    a treasure house
    an engine forliteracy
    a home
  • 103. Contact Zone
  • 104. ‘Wijzijn in eensituatie van zeelieden die hunschipwillenverbouwenvolgenseennieuw plan, maarwijbevindenons in volle zee, wijkunnenniet in eendok, we moetenblijvenvaren en onshelpen met wat we aanboordhebben’
  • 105.
  • 106.
  • 107.
  • 108.
  • 109. Extra slides
  • 110. Wat?
    Act
    Hoe?
    Agency
    Wie?
    Agent
    Attitude
    Waar?
    Scene
    Waarom?
    Purpose
  • 111. Wat?
    Act
    Hoe?
    Agency
    Wie?
    Agent
    LEZER
    Attitude
    Waar?
    Scene
    BIBLIOTHEEK
    Waarom?
    Purpose
  • 112. Scene
    “They have schools for librarians? Do they teach you how to properly sssh people?"
    (Scott Douglas)
  • 113. Wat?
    Act
    Hoe?
    Agency
    COMPUTER
    Wie?
    Agent
    Attitude
    Waar?
    Scene
    BIBLIOTHEEK
    Waarom?
    Purpose