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Museum-Library-K-12 Digital Project Collaboration

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Presented at Computers in Libraries 2007

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  • 1. Museum-Library Digital Project Collaboration and the K–12 Community C o m p u t e r s I n L i b r a r i e s 2007 Emily Gore (NC ECHO) – emily.gore@ncmail.net Linda Teel (ECU) – [email_address] Lynn Wagner (TFL Museum) – [email_address] Hazel Walker (ECU) – [email_address]
  • 2.
    • NC ECHO
      • Who We Are and What We Do
    • Heritage Partners Grant Program
      • LSTA-funded grant program focusing on Library-Museum Collaboration
    Grant Program
  • 3.
    • Timeline – 3 Year Grant 2004-present
    • Participants
      • Joyner Library, East Carolina University
      • Teaching Resources Center
      • Center for Digital Projects
      • Country Doctor Museum (Bailey, NC)
      • Historic Hope Plantation (Windsor, NC)
      • Tobacco Farm Life Museum (Kenly, NC)
      • ECU College of Education
    Grant History
  • 4. Tour of the Site
    • http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction
    • Key Components:
      • 60,000+ pages of TEI-encoded text
      • 300 artifacts – zoomable images and narrated streaming video
      • Classroom Resources including lesson plans, activities and reading levels for texts
  • 5.
    • What in the heck is metadata?....oh, we do that already!
    • Library language vs. Museum language
    • Language variance even among museums
    Museum Component
  • 6.
    • Standardized on Library of Congress Subject Headings and TGM II
    • Description of items for display on the web vs. description of items in Museum databases
    • Participation in Teacher Workshops and Focus Groups aided in the selection of artifacts
    Museum Component
  • 7.
    • Year 1 – Focus Groups
      • 8 Focus Groups Held
      • Agenda
      • Who participated?
      • How we arranged for participants
      • How the participants’ feedback changed Year 2
    K-12 Component
  • 8.
    • Year 2 – Teacher Workshops
      • Logistics – who, what, when and where?
    • Year 3 – Teacher Workshops
      • Logistics – who, what, when and where?
      • What we did differently and why
    K-12 Component
  • 9.
    • Prepare for staff changes.
    •  
    • No Homework for Teachers--Remember--they just give it!
    •  
    • Require recommendations for workshop participants.
    •  
    • Screen participants in order to include all areas of the curriculum.
    Lessons Learned
  • 10.
    • Teachers + Input = Ownership
    • Ownership + Valuable Resources = Success
    •  
    • Plan workshops regionally to include all areas of your users.
    •  
    • Promote, Promote, Promote! 
    Lesson Learned

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