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Technology Trends in Libraries & the Emerging Generation

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Technology has changed the face of libraries, and is continuing to change how we work and how we deliver services to our younger customers and their parents. This presentation introduces emerging …

Technology has changed the face of libraries, and is continuing to change how we work and how we deliver services to our younger customers and their parents. This presentation introduces emerging technology trends and needs of children and teens, and how those trends can help re-shape library services. Examples of how to incorporate these trends into libraries are provided.

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  • 1. Tech Trendsin Libraries Emerging Generation david lee king | davidleeking.com | tscpl.org & the
  • 2. flickr.com/photos/courosa/5536534612/ this is our world now
  • 3. who am i?
  • 4. mad tech skillz
  • 5. dad of 3 teenz
  • 6. lol rofl srsly??
  • 7. the kiddos
  • 8. #1 iphone, always
  • 9. #2 iPod Touch Android phone iPad at school media labs creative software
  • 10. #3 iPod Touch Computers games
  • 11. busted...
  • 12. 7 geek trends for teens & kids
  • 13. internet access 1. flickr.com/photos/vblibrary/8465390209/ #1. 95% of teens are online
  • 14. flickr.com/photos/bondidwhat/2040681148/ #2. devices
  • 15. mobile 78% of teens have cellphones
  • 16. mobile 37% of teens have smartphones
  • 17. cell mostly 23% are “cell mostly” web users
  • 18. flickr.com/photos/vancouverpubliclibrary/7110333135/ 23% of teens have a tablet
  • 19. 93% have access to a PC at home
  • 20. need to connect flickr.com/photos/vancouverpubliclibrary/6964260072/ #3. social media is HUGE for them
  • 21. #4. curated identities flickr.com/photos/nicmcphee/2756494307/ heavily self edit, delete, remove friends, etc.
  • 22. personalized learning flickr.com/photos/superkimbo/3121816803/ #5.
  • 23. #6. DIYflickr.com/photos/exploratorium/7024547121/
  • 24. gaming #7. darien library 80% own a gaming console
  • 25. bonus level! teens are not tech predictors
  • 26. typical teen flickr.com/photos/boston_public_library/8006550506/ - on the web every day - 50-100 texts a day - 1-5 calls - has a phone, maybe a smartphone - might own a tablet - games - has home computer - loves (& edits) social media
  • 27. flickr.com/photos/jorislouwes/6871102931/ online 95%
  • 28. biggest change is mobile revolution flickr.com/photos/mac_users_guide/3680455554/
  • 29. typical teen’s little sister flickr.com/photos/56155476@N08/6660144193/ - also online - plays games on a tablet - uses parent’s smartphones - uses PCs at school
  • 30. ideas for libraries
  • 31. online firstflickr.com/photos/srharris/4800030571/
  • 32. flickr.com/photos/apnk/5325376256/ in the library mobile
  • 33. awesome!
  • 34. flickr.com/photos/kenleyneufeld/2992510476/
  • 35. be mobile outside the library flickr.com/photos/christchurchcitylibraries/4969432728/ outside the library mobile
  • 36. text-based interaction flickr.com/photos/orangegreenblue/9570626046/
  • 37. guided creativityflickr.com/photos/jsyk/3860004432/
  • 38. flickr.com/photos/gvpl/8686058331/ book spine poetry
  • 39. guided video projects
  • 40. flickr.com/photos/56155476@N08/6659991369/ use iPads for creative stuff
  • 41. teen tech week flickr.com/photos/libraryloft/8597954822/ teen tech week!
  • 42. makerspaces & media labs flickr.com/photos/acplinfo/13087655765/
  • 43. tablets flickr.com/photos/rcpl/9721450314/
  • 44. shareable screens flickr.com/photos/lbpl/6479283619/
  • 45. flickr.com/photos/vblibrary/8465390293/
  • 46. gaming flickr.com/photos/cpls/12122699454/ change it if you haven’t for 5 years!
  • 47. flickr.com/photos/joeshlabotnik/11959321886/ game this way, too
  • 48. flickr.com/photos/sonyanews/11785998173/
  • 49. flickr.com/photos/warrennewportpubliclibrary/10295790716/ have fun with apps
  • 50. flickr.com/photos/jsyk/13293292274/
  • 51. media games librarybookface.tumblr.com/image/10050457563 i.e., book facing
  • 52. flickr.com/photos/botgirlq/7128687321/
  • 53. active social media
  • 54. partner with schools
  • 55. flickr.com/photos/williamhook/2430893175/ what’s next?
  • 56. prac- tice!
  • 57. know your audi- ence
  • 58. use the tools
  • 59. no fear!
  • 60. davidleeking.com Thank You!

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