https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBmwhmJ6Gz4
 STAFF
 Different age groups need different
approaches… Even within teen/tween age
brackets
Censorship/Intellectual Freedom
Age limit
Boundaries
Begin with entry level software
 Project-based programs that are hands-on and
result in an end product have been the most
successful for us
 Teens as ex...
 Different methods of running a DML can
work:
 We chose to combine all of these ways
› Workshops (stationary lab or mobi...
SystemWide
Contest, Campaign,
or Festival
A video contest in which kids
& teens make movies that
tell the entire story of a
Newbery award-winning
book in 90 seconds...
90 Second Newbery Film Entry
90 Second Newbery Film Entry
• Middle School class & Retirement Home
• NPR StoryCorps curriculum
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v...
 Oral History Project
 Teen Advisory Board
Led Event:Tacoma
Home Companion
Intensive 2-day workshop:
• Researching & script
writing a script
• Filming and composition
• Editing with Final Cut Pro
•...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QRAJT54xFW0
 iMovie
 Photography
 Music Sampling
 Minecraft Machinima
 Voice Over
Regularly Scheduled
Programs
Book Club
• Video booktalks
• Design book covers
• Photo Collage voice-over film
• 90-Second Newbery Film
• Blog with book...
A traditional teen
book club that
incorporates a book
club blog, teen
created video
booktalks, book
related digital art,
b...
Kelly:
http://www.youtube.com/w
atch?v=GcucroGd0Ng
More examples!
http://teenbookclubtpl.wor
dpress.com/video-
booktalks/
 Manga-zine
http://www.youtube.com/watc
h?v=0vXSlvurJJ4
Recorded in the StoryLab
Almost 300,000 hits on
YouTube!
 Photoshop
 Pixelmator
 Interactive MediaTeen Book Club:
http://teenbookclubtpl.wordpress.com/
• StoryLab FB: https://www.facebook.com/StoryLabT...
Dml101 teen programming
Dml101 teen programming
Dml101 teen programming
Dml101 teen programming
Dml101 teen programming
Dml101 teen programming
Dml101 teen programming
Dml101 teen programming
Dml101 teen programming
Dml101 teen programming
Dml101 teen programming
Dml101 teen programming
Dml101 teen programming
Dml101 teen programming
Dml101 teen programming
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Dml101 teen programming

  1. 1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBmwhmJ6Gz4
  2. 2.  STAFF  Different age groups need different approaches… Even within teen/tween age brackets
  3. 3. Censorship/Intellectual Freedom Age limit Boundaries
  4. 4. Begin with entry level software
  5. 5.  Project-based programs that are hands-on and result in an end product have been the most successful for us  Teens as expert mentors
  6. 6.  Different methods of running a DML can work:  We chose to combine all of these ways › Workshops (stationary lab or mobile) › Regularly scheduled programs › A Drop-in Lab that’s unstructured, where teens stop by during open hours and decide the projects that they work on › System-wide contest, festival, or campaign
  7. 7. SystemWide Contest, Campaign, or Festival
  8. 8. A video contest in which kids & teens make movies that tell the entire story of a Newbery award-winning book in 90 seconds or less.
  9. 9. 90 Second Newbery Film Entry
  10. 10. 90 Second Newbery Film Entry
  11. 11. • Middle School class & Retirement Home • NPR StoryCorps curriculum http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=W2qf9OsUSP8
  12. 12.  Oral History Project  Teen Advisory Board Led Event:Tacoma Home Companion
  13. 13. Intensive 2-day workshop: • Researching & script writing a script • Filming and composition • Editing with Final Cut Pro • Media literacy analysis (specifically how women are depicted in the media)
  14. 14. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QRAJT54xFW0
  15. 15.  iMovie  Photography  Music Sampling  Minecraft Machinima  Voice Over
  16. 16. Regularly Scheduled Programs
  17. 17. Book Club • Video booktalks • Design book covers • Photo Collage voice-over film • 90-Second Newbery Film • Blog with book reviews and animated gifs Interactive Media Teen Book Club: http://teenbookclubtpl.wordpress.com/ .
  18. 18. A traditional teen book club that incorporates a book club blog, teen created video booktalks, book related digital art, book inspired short films and more!
  19. 19. Kelly: http://www.youtube.com/w atch?v=GcucroGd0Ng More examples! http://teenbookclubtpl.wor dpress.com/video- booktalks/
  20. 20.  Manga-zine
  21. 21. http://www.youtube.com/watc h?v=0vXSlvurJJ4 Recorded in the StoryLab Almost 300,000 hits on YouTube!
  22. 22.  Photoshop  Pixelmator
  23. 23.  Interactive MediaTeen Book Club: http://teenbookclubtpl.wordpress.com/ • StoryLab FB: https://www.facebook.com/StoryLabTacoma • StoryLabWeb site: http://storylabtacoma.org/ • TPLTeens FB: https://www.facebook.com/TacomaPublicLibraryTeens • Kristy's Portfolio: http://kristyjojo.wordpress.com/ • StoryCorps Lesson Plan: http://storycorps.org/education/ (Download Intro to StoryCorps Lesson) kristy.gale@spl.org sholloway@tplonline.org

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