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    • 1. Inviting StudentParticipation in the LibraryAASL 2011 Learning Commons Session Andy Plemmons, Media Specialist, David C. Barrow Elementary, GA
    • 2. Participatory Culture isgrounded in…
    • 3. Relatively low barriers to artistic expression and civic engagement ~Henry JenkinsSource: http://bit.ly/opm6Ml
    • 4. strong support for creating and sharing one’s creations with others ~Henry JenkinsSource: http://bit.ly/opm6Ml
    • 5. what is known by the most experienced is passed along to novices ~Henry JenkinsSource: http://bit.ly/opm6Ml
    • 6. members believe that their contributions matter ~Henry JenkinsSource: http://bit.ly/opm6Ml
    • 7. members feel some degree of social connection with one another ~Henry JenkinsSource: http://bit.ly/opm6Ml
    • 8. Not every member must contribute, but all must believethey are free to contribute when ready and that what theycontribute will be appropriately valued. ~Henry JenkinsSource: http://bit.ly/opm6Ml
    • 9. Giving reluctantreaders a voice
    • 10. Leader librarians…Learning the process it takes to makelibrary decisions for a whole school
    • 11. Studentsmarketing tostudents
    • 12. Book Choice Champions…Designing ways to make all voicesheard in library decisions
    • 13. Googleformsurveys
    • 14. Surveying every gradewith iPads and Google forms
    • 15. Analyzingspreadsheetdata
    • 16. Assigningpartners, categories, and budgets
    • 17. Making decisions
    • 18. Students creating content
    • 19. Documenting history
    • 20. Showcasing work
    • 21. Inviting creativity
    • 22. Celebrating success
    • 23. Performing andConnecting with theworld
    • 24. Honoring student voices
    • 25. Connecting students toopportunities
    • 26. Students designing instruction
    • 27. Students collaborating with students
    • 28. Students teachingteachers
    • 29. CC image viahttp://www.flickr.com/photos/xjrlokix/5097846224/sizes/l/in/photostream/
    • 30. Contact:Blog http://barrowmediacenter.wordpress.comTwitter @plemmonsaWebsitehttp://www.clarke.k12.ga.us/webpages/aplemmons

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