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  • 1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBmwhmJ6Gz4
  • 2.  STAFF  Different age groups need different approaches… Even within teen/tween age brackets
  • 3. Censorship/Intellectual Freedom Age limit Boundaries
  • 4. Begin with entry level software
  • 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.  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. SystemWide Contest, Campaign, or Festival
  • 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. 90 Second Newbery Film Entry
  • 10. 90 Second Newbery Film Entry
  • 11. • Middle School class & Retirement Home • NPR StoryCorps curriculum http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=W2qf9OsUSP8
  • 12.  Oral History Project  Teen Advisory Board Led Event:Tacoma Home Companion
  • 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. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QRAJT54xFW0
  • 15.  iMovie  Photography  Music Sampling  Minecraft Machinima  Voice Over
  • 16. Regularly Scheduled Programs
  • 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. 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. Kelly: http://www.youtube.com/w atch?v=GcucroGd0Ng More examples! http://teenbookclubtpl.wor dpress.com/video- booktalks/
  • 20.  Manga-zine
  • 21. http://www.youtube.com/watc h?v=0vXSlvurJJ4 Recorded in the StoryLab Almost 300,000 hits on YouTube!
  • 22.  Photoshop  Pixelmator
  • 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