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  • distributing libraries and learning through embedded librarianship: creating conversations for portable,
    participatory,
    and
    personalized
    learning
    .
    Buffy Hamilton | September 2011
    Lyrsais Technology Ideas and Insights| Positioning your Library in the Mobile Ecosystem: Content and Delivery
  • cc licensed photo by The Shifted Librarian: http://www.flickr.com/photos/shifted/3360687295/
  • how to create flexible and fluid
    learning spaces?
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  • embedding ourselves in the lives and learning spaces of students
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  • libraries as communal experiences and “commonplace” texts constructed by participants
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  • libraries as sites of the experience of self-excavation and discovery through learning
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  • participatory librarianship is a lens to help us see the possibilities and context for a shared vision of library in learning communities
  • “It’s all about learning…
    how is this going to fundamentally enrich a conversation?
    There isn’t a part of the library that isn’t about learning. Learning is a collaborative conversation.”
    Dr. David Lankes
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    Participatory Librarianship and Change Agents: http://blip.tv/file/1566813
  • sparking and igniting
    conversations
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  • shared ownership of learning and conversations for learning
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  • knowledge construction and creation
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  • focus on inquiry and learning
  • relatively low barriers to artistic expression and civic engagement
  • strong support for creating and sharing one’s creations with others
  • what is known by the most experienced ispassed along to novices
  • members believe that their contributions matter
  • members feel some degree of social connection with one another
  • a participatory climate amplifies the possibilities for creating conversations for learning via multiple mediums
  • transliteracy is the ability to read, write and interact across a range of platforms, tools and media from signing and orality through handwriting, print, TV, radio and film, to digital social networks
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  • transliteracy is the umbrella for how people are using multiple literacies---traditional and emerging ---to access and share information as well as create new meaning
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  • “embrace the potentials and challenges of this [participatory] emerging culture not as a replacement for existing print practices but as an expansion of them”
    ~henry jenkins~
  • create conversations about multiple ways of reading and writing today’s world
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  • what mediums and strategies cultivate conversations for learning in libraries and give participants a voice to distribute “the library”?
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  • embed yourself in the instructional design process
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  • backwards design
  • vanishing boundaries
  • “enchantment transforms situations and relationships.”Guy Kawasaki, Enchantment: The Art of Changing Hearts, Minds, and Actions
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  • relationships are the cornerstone of libraries and participation
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  • participation cultivates relationships
    and enchantment
  • 1
    text polls with poll everywhere
  • 2
    evernote
  • anytime, anywhere bookmarking
  • bookmark web based resources
    Students can easily “clip” and bookmark entire text-based web pages or sections of web pages as well as database articles
  • bookmark videos
    Students can easily “clip” or bookmark videos from the web
  • bookmark photos
    Students can easily “clip” or bookmark photos from CC licensed photo sources like Flickr
  • import photographs
    Students who have the mobile version such as Evernote for iPhone or iPod Touch can use the app to capture photographs from an interview or on the fly of items of interest during research
  • import scans and original work
    Students can scan or photograph and import handwritten notes or even original artwork
  • import RSS feed items, such as blog posts, directly into Evernote
    Add a blog post or any other RSS feed based item directly from Google Reader to Evernote
  • mobile reading=mobile bookmarking to evernote
    Students can read information sources such as Associated Press news articles (through a free app) via an iPod Touch or iPhone and easily post to an Evernote notebook
  • capture and import voice memos
    Capture information using the voice note feature in Evernote for iPhone
  • 3
    information evaluation/social scholarship through subject guides
  • libguides mobile
  • libguides mobile
  • collaborative knowledge constructionwith google docs
    4
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  • collaborative learning and knowledge building
  • embedded instruction and formative assessment through Google Docs
  • embedded instruction and formative assessment through Google Docs
  • embedded instruction and formative assessment through Google Docs
  • google docs: mobile
  • 5
    conversations for reflection, metacognition, and connectingthrough blogging
  • mobile apps for blogging
  • spaces for honoring patron voices, expertise, and opinions
  • 6
    network, attention literacy, and information dashboards
  • netvibes
  • netvibes
  • symbaloo
  • scoop.it
  • scoop.it
  • 7
    cloud computing and global connections for social learning
  • youtube
  • conversations via networked learning with experts around the world
  • inquiry, engagement, and collective intelligence face to face
  • inquiry, engagement, and collective intelligence via virtual mediums
  • digital learning portfolios
  • digital research “texts”
  • learning communities via facebook
  • formative and summative assessments
  • citation management and collaborative source evaluation
  • future directions
  • embedded collaboration
  • curation
  • digital writing and publishing
  • networked learning communities
  • networked learning communities
  • deeper idea storming, independence, inquiry, and ownership
  • expanding our ebook and ereader programs
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  • shared story of “library”
  • ask “how do I invite and engage participation?”
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  • “No risk, no art. No art, no
    reward.”
    Seth Godin
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    Seth Godin, September 2010 http://bit.ly/9Vkh1K
  • the strength and relevance of your library is in the community you and your patrons build together
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  • participation and shared ownership will create a library that is THE participatory network in your learning community
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  • contact information
    buffy.hamilton@gmail.com
    http://theunquietlibrarian.wordpress.com
    http://theunquietlibrarian.wikispaces.com