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Adding Tablet Technology to
Early Literacy Programs
Amy Koester, St. Charles City-County Library District
Image from Flickr user flickingerbrad,
creative commons licensed
Tablets have libraries’
attention...
Image from Flickr user AustralianDiabetesCouncil,
creative commons licensed
To iPad or not to iPad?
Image from Flickr user AustralianDiabetesCouncil,
creative commons licensed
To iPad or not to iPad?
Image from Flickr user AustralianDiabetesCouncil,
creative commons licensed
To iPad or not to iPad?
Image from Flickr user TimWilson,
creative commons licensed
Joint Media Engagement
Image from Flickr user Uno Brick,
creative commons licensed
Finding the balance
Image from Flickr user ahigherplanedesigns,
creative commons licensed
Tablets in the story time
toolkit
Tablet as Story
Image from Flickr user Nina Matthews Photography,
creative commons licensed
Just Lost by Mercer Mayer from...
Tablet as Felt Board
Image from Flickr user Nina Matthews Photography,
creative commons licensed
Felt Board from Smoothie ...
Tablet as Song and Rhyme
Sheet
Image from Flickr user Nina Matthews Photography,
creative commons licensed
Keynote from Ap...
Tablet as Non-fiction Element
Image from Flickr user Nina Matthews Photography,
creative commons licensed
Look & Learn Ani...
And you can offer lots more!
Image from Flickr user Phantasy Photo,
creative commons licensed
And you can offer lots more!
Stuffed Animal
Sleepover
Image from Flickr user Phantasy Photo,
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And you can offer lots more!
Stuffed Animal
Sleepover
Image from Flickr user Phantasy Photo,
creative commons licensed
Mak...
And you can offer lots more!
Stuffed Animal
Sleepover
Image from Flickr user Phantasy Photo,
creative commons licensed
Mak...
Image from Flickr user 3oheme,
creative commons licensed
Resources
● Program planning
● App reviews
● Great app developers...
Image from Flickr user Oberazzi,
creative commons licensed
Thank you!
Amy Koester
akoester@stchlibrary.org
@amyeileenk
htt...
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Digital Story Times

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This slidedeck accompanied my presentation at the 2013 Missouri Library Association Conference in St. Louis. A handout with links is available at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1J_bJY7mjSrv5YvHK-8LpjBQVGd-BZLs32ZN_S0IM7Sw/edit?usp=sharing

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  • felt board title
  • What the “experts” say Not all screens are created equal Limits of existing research & statements
  • What the “experts” say Not all screens are created equal Limits of existing research & statements
  • What the “experts” say Not all screens are created equal Limits of existing research & statements
  • False dichotomy of tech OR It’s about quality, not quantity
  • A supplement, NOT a replacement Can help us do better many of the things we already do potential to be more inclusive engage larger crowds digital literacy model positive device usage
  • Facilitates PLAYING & TALKING
  • Facilitates PLAYING & TALKING
  • Facilitates PLAYING & TALKING
  • Facilitates PLAYING & TALKING
  • Promotes engagement with the library as a third space
  • Promotes engagement with the library as a third space
  • Facilitates PLAYING, TALKING
  • Facilitates WRITING, READING, TALKING, SINGING, PLAYING...
  • Little eLit = first-hand accounts of digital story times and other programs App reviews = SLJ, Kirkus, Digital-Storytime, Cybils, Smart Apps for Kids Great app developers = Oceanhouse Media, Toca Boca, Nosy Crow, Loud Crow Interactive, Duck Duck Moose, We are Wheelbarrow, Software Smoothie
  • Transcript of "Digital Story Times"

    1. 1. Adding Tablet Technology to Early Literacy Programs Amy Koester, St. Charles City-County Library District
    2. 2. Image from Flickr user flickingerbrad, creative commons licensed Tablets have libraries’ attention...
    3. 3. Image from Flickr user AustralianDiabetesCouncil, creative commons licensed To iPad or not to iPad?
    4. 4. Image from Flickr user AustralianDiabetesCouncil, creative commons licensed To iPad or not to iPad?
    5. 5. Image from Flickr user AustralianDiabetesCouncil, creative commons licensed To iPad or not to iPad?
    6. 6. Image from Flickr user TimWilson, creative commons licensed Joint Media Engagement
    7. 7. Image from Flickr user Uno Brick, creative commons licensed Finding the balance
    8. 8. Image from Flickr user ahigherplanedesigns, creative commons licensed Tablets in the story time toolkit
    9. 9. Tablet as Story Image from Flickr user Nina Matthews Photography, creative commons licensed Just Lost by Mercer Mayer from Oceanhouse Media
    10. 10. Tablet as Felt Board Image from Flickr user Nina Matthews Photography, creative commons licensed Felt Board from Smoothie Software
    11. 11. Tablet as Song and Rhyme Sheet Image from Flickr user Nina Matthews Photography, creative commons licensed Keynote from Apple
    12. 12. Tablet as Non-fiction Element Image from Flickr user Nina Matthews Photography, creative commons licensed Look & Learn Animals from National Geographic
    13. 13. And you can offer lots more! Image from Flickr user Phantasy Photo, creative commons licensed
    14. 14. And you can offer lots more! Stuffed Animal Sleepover Image from Flickr user Phantasy Photo, creative commons licensed
    15. 15. And you can offer lots more! Stuffed Animal Sleepover Image from Flickr user Phantasy Photo, creative commons licensed Make Your Own Puppet Show
    16. 16. And you can offer lots more! Stuffed Animal Sleepover Image from Flickr user Phantasy Photo, creative commons licensed Make Your Own Puppet Show Tablet Play Time
    17. 17. Image from Flickr user 3oheme, creative commons licensed Resources ● Program planning ● App reviews ● Great app developers ● Presentation apps ● Non-fiction apps ● Apps for the 5 Practices
    18. 18. Image from Flickr user Oberazzi, creative commons licensed Thank you! Amy Koester akoester@stchlibrary.org @amyeileenk http://showmelibrarian.blogspot.com
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