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    • if: book chris meade UK SCHOOLS AND THE READERS OF TOMORROW if book then 2011 www.futureofthebook.org.uk
          • How is reading changing in a digital world?
          • How can digital technology boost the appeal of reading for reluctant readers?
          • > How can we make the most of the digital technology we have in school to work creatively in English?
          • What is the future for reading and writing?
    • “ if all the sky was paper and all the sea was ink…” the word set free
    • readers of the future
    • bookstart > booked up
    • why have we all spent so much time promoting the page when it’s WORDS we love ?
    • literature on the mainstage
      • in the places where people are looking
    • Write Back, Opening the Book, Creative Reading & Writing, Imagination Services, Poetry Society, Poetry Places Booktrust, Bookstart, Everybody Writes…
    • digital solves the problems…
      • > access for all
      • > a means to publish and distribute new voices freely
      • > text and performance together
      • > creative reading for real
      • some
      • schools
      • doing
      • books
      • differently…
    • How do we define a book if it’s not made of paper?
    • wingedchariot.com
      • Developing multi-lingual books for iPads
      • Research their use in London schools
    • book
      • a constantly changing
      • form - from papyrus
      • to codex
      • to paperback
      • to kindle to macbook
      • and beyond
      • a symbol of freedom
      • a container of culture
      • a conversation
      • a bounded entity…
      • And now we can
      • make
      • new kinds
      book
    • Illuminations
    • digital expectations
      • to read and write
      • to click through for more
      • to collaborate with others
      • to mix media
      • to reply
      • to replay
    • Found How to be Twelve
    • Trip to Mars
    • Inspire Rotherham The Walled Garden Safe space for students to blog & podcast
    • inanimate alice
    • www.hotbook.ning.com
    • http://futureofthebook.org.uk/jacob/readernew.html
    • the research
      • 96% of ‘lower ability’ students found it more interesting than standard approaches
      • 86% of all students recommended it to other schools
      • Strong impact on Personal, Learning and Thinking Skills
      • “ The normal way we read can be boring.
      • However this was interactive
      • and made my learning enjoyable.”
    • but…
      • not just a cunning trick
      • to con non-readers
      • into looking at books
    •  
    • Imagination & Collaboration
      • Wikinovel
      • The 24 Hour book
      • Public Poems
      • Crowdreading
      • “ the white board doesn’t work - which is good because it means I can teach the way I’ve always done.”
      • “ young people understand this stuff
      • - we don’t”
    • Helping teachers to‘get it’
      • training
      • technical skills
      • finding the tools
      • developing the
      • digital imagination
    • The Amplified Author The Creative Reader blogging tweeting publishing self-publishing illuminating learning conversing… in control of their read/write life
    • Join the Unlibrary
      • > Personal profiles
      • on the shelves
      • > Wall of messages,
      • notes, images,
      • thoughts…
      • Meet up online
      • and for real
    • ” the most important thing is to publish in people's hearts” - Benjamin Zephaniah young poets’ network
      • www.ifsoflo.ning.com
      • www.futureofthebook.org.uk