Technology to Energize Teens and Tweens May 2013

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Presented at the Palm Harbor Library May 16, 2013.

Presented at the Palm Harbor Library May 16, 2013.

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  • 1. Using Technologyto EnergizeTeens & TweensPresenter: Diana Silveira
  • 2. AgendaProgramming IdeasAugment Existing ServicesEngaging/Promoting withTechnologyTips for Success
  • 3. Programming Ideas
  • 4. Scavenger Hunts• Tweet Pictures/items found in library or community• QR Codes SMS Treasure Hunts• Photo Hunts (Send in pictures of specific items)• Use Augmented Reality Apps to “find”tweets/items/thingsClue Ideas: A Red Book, A NYT Bestseller, a SMILE, a book with Mr Darcy as the main character,
  • 5. Camera Phones• Chalkboard Speech Bubble• Instagram• Retro Tech: Polaroid It!• CamStar• PhotoWonderhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/jasonpratt/1942167919/sizes/l/in/photostream/
  • 6. Photo Games: Guess Where
  • 7. Identify the Photohttp://bit.ly/11zWbk3
  • 8. Find Items inthe Library• Scan QR codes• Take a picture
  • 9. Mobile Video Competitions• Vine/Cinemagram• Video Edit• Magisto• Video Star
  • 10. Gaming• Game Nights/Tournaments• Word With Friends Tournament• Game/App Tournamentshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/universityofscrantonlibrary/4518634302/sizes/l/in/photostream/Use Leaderboards to create a buzz and a grand prize winner
  • 11. Skype or Google HANGOUT• Interact with teens from other countries• Book Talks with Authors• Speakers... Bring on the Expertshttp://bit.ly/12A5Nxi
  • 12. Teen Choice Awards• Online Voting for:• Book• Movie• Song• TV Show• Video Game• App• & More• Live Program toAnnounce Winners
  • 13. Tapping into theircreative side
  • 14. Make a Meme• http://memegenerator.net/• http://www.quickmeme.com/make/http://therealfirstworldproblems.tumblr.com/
  • 15. High Tech Recyclinghttp://blog.makezine.com/category/wearables/page/11/http://en.espritcabane.com/recycling-crafts/diskette-pen-holder.php
  • 16. Engaging Teens and Tweens in Library Services• Create a soundtrack fora book or a book trailer• Podcasting – with thekids in the driver seat• Teen Tech Tutors forsenior patrons
  • 17. Augment ExistingServices
  • 18. Ice Breakers• http://befuddlr.com/• How Secure Is my Password?
  • 19. Twitter• Program Follow-up• Live-Tweeting andAttendeeEngagements
  • 20. QR Codes• Tie-in Social Media Sites• “Preview” or “Inside Look”• Link to Registration• Just for Fun:• Link to Random Video• Use Randomizer to create different experiences• Link to video content• Name Tags with QR Codes
  • 21. Utilizing SMS• SMS Alerts forprograms• SMS TriviaNight• Solicit ideashttp://www.flickr.com/photos/_lovenothing/3772984885/
  • 22. PollEverywhere.com
  • 23. Feedback• Vote by• QR Codes• SMS• Twitter• Trivia Night• Answer via SMSResources: Poll Daddy, Poll Everywhere
  • 24. Event Posters
  • 25. Engaging/Promotingwith Technology
  • 26. Promote Events• Use Twitter to Promotebeyond our libraryborders• Promote on Teen Pageon Facebook
  • 27. Tech to Handle RegistrationWhat You Need• Google Forms• QR Codes• Have a Fee? UseSquare to acceptpayment @ the door
  • 28. Video• “Interviews” with participants• Record portions of programs & share on SocialMedia
  • 29. SMS & Email• Announce Events/Insider’s Club• Remind those interested of an event
  • 30. Tumblr
  • 31. 3 Keys to Tumblr Success1. Regular Posting2. Blend Curated Content withOriginal Content3. Think Graphic not wordsBonus Tip: Encourage Teens to Share and Manage Page
  • 32. Tips for Success
  • 33. PracticePracticePractice
  • 34. Helpful TipsProvide Instructions on technologies
  • 35. Know Your Audience
  • 36. • Don’t Push TechnologyYou don’t know• Have a Plan B….C…D
  • 37. No technologyfor technology’ssake
  • 38. Share Your Events via Social Media• Tag People• Post during event• Use “Facebook Pages” to post via your mobilephone
  • 39. Questions
  • 40. Contact Mediana@novarelibrary.comslideshare.net/dee987www.facebook.com/NovareLibraryServicesDiana Silveira