Flickr Creative Commons:  by azn_racer_fan “ A group needs only two things to be a tribe: a shared interest and a way to c...
Flickr Creative Commons:  by azn_racer_fan Feel free to have your laptops out! Feel free to tweet & text & during this pre...
"When I read about the way in which library funds are being cut and cut,  I can only think that American society has ...
A Nation Without School Librarians   -A Google Map by Shonda Brisco
Connecticut  A Nation Without School Librarians   -A Google Map by Shonda Brisco
What kind of phone are you?   Confession:  I was a telephony Luddite
From candlestick, crank powered wall phones, rotary phones, touch tone innovation, to blue tooth smart phones, droids, & i...
....Telephones have moved forward, evolved, improved, & sometimes gotten more difficult to use as new features were added ...
But do people still talk on the phone?
Is Social Media a Fad?  Video goes here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIFYPQjYhv8
Librarians and school libraries  are at a Crossroads   Flicker Creative Commons:  by By syder.ross
We are dangerously close to being thought of as irrelevant & out of a job Flicker Creative Commons:  by By syder.ross
We can throw up our hands, cling to our shelflist cards, & stay analog Flicker Creative Commons:  by By syder.ross
or we can be nimble, daring, & digital and shift the way the world thinks of a  school library and librarians   Flicker Cr...
and be seen as indispensable as we  are and always have been!   Flicker Creative Commons:  by By syder.ross
Some revolutions compel you throw everything out. This revolution is EASY.... KEEP what you love but just make a  shift   ...
Of all the educators in a building, who better to adapt to new technology than the teacher librarian?  From filmstrips, VH...
Shift:  Embrace & Celebrate the Remix Smashup Culture! Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
Shift the Mindset Fight the filter & no more “yeah buts”  If it’s important - find a way!  Flickr Creative Commons by danc...
Shift the Language: Transliteracy the perception of literacy has evolved to not be confined or defined by container or for...
Transliteracy: “ In order to succeed in an increasingly multimodal environment, we require more than alphabetic literacy s...
Transliteracy:  “Transliteracy is the ability to read, write and interact across a range of platforms,  Inspired by Pivot ...
Transliteracy:   “…tools and media…print, TV, radio  and film, to digital social networks”   -Jess Laccetti, Transliteracy...
Shift the Language Add & re-define terms like attribution, widget, creative commons, tagging, & authority  Flickr Creative...
The Shifted Product Keep traditional forms of assessments but offer students choice to create meaningful products that app...
The Shifted Product  Blogs, wikis, animations, graphic design, comics, digital stories, videos, & podcatsing -  Include ru...
Having a choice over the product makes the assessment more meaningful & authentic   Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
Shifted Format Keep traditional books but add  Manga, anime, & graphic novels Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
Shifted Format   Add Playaways, eBooks,  audiobooks, & interactive web books  Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
Shifted Research Keep traditional research databases & books but add Wikipedia evaluation  & Google savvy search strategie...
Google Ed for TEENS   is like Sex Ed for TEENS  it’s crucial to their development  Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
You know they’re going to do it anyway better with knowledge,  discernment, & ethics Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthe...
Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky A new digital divide going on:   Those who know how to “think” about search  vs. ...
Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky A new digital divide going on:   Those who know how to validate soft information ...
Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky A new digital divide going on:   Those who understand the  current culture of inf...
Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky A new digital divide going on:   Those who have the knowledge and skill to  creat...
Shift the physical  arrangement of your library Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
You Don’t have to add an  espresso maker or video games  Keep the library shelves filled with books but consider mixing up...
Create serious learning, cozy reading, &  fun social zones that welcome lingering Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
Shift Your Own Professional Development Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
Keep participating in district,  state, & national conferences Like: CASL, ALA, AASL,  & ISTE, & ISTE SIGMS Flickr Creativ...
But consider adding virtual participation: Save money & time by getting quality PD  in your bunny slippers!  Flickr Creati...
Twitter, YouTube, Webinars  -  TL Virtual Cafe, Netvibes, Skype, & Slideshare all provide sofaside seats to the best event...
Personal learning networks and utilizing social media has shifted the way we make connections & grow within our profession...
Out of this world ways to  easily shift your practice
TL Virtual Cafe FREE Webinar Series - 1st Monday of the month
School Library Websites Wike & Pathfinder Swap Wiki - Add Yours!
 
Why Twitter? Even if you join just for conferences,  lurk, listen, & follow you will get more out of Twitter in less time ...
 
How do I start?
How do I start?
So who should I follow?
Find someone you respect & admire
And then follow who  they  follow!
Check out their lists & follow that, too!
What the heck is a #hashtag? A Search Filter  – by adding a # to any group of words - will create an instant search filter
What the heck is a #hashtag? A Place  –The hash tag is a virtual chat room or a space for a specific discussion or event  ...
A Filing System  –  People often use hash tags as ways of filing their comments and conversations into categories which  c...
Question   – What is a #Hashtag to you?
A Trending News Alert   –  A hash tag can act as a pulse point for trending world wide news
A Trending News Alert   –  Courtney Cox & David Arquette broken up? Say it ain’t so!
I’m a Total Gleek! Hip Cultural Literacy
DVR The Soup:   For a 30 min a week cultural literacy primer
Be Ready for the Cloud: It’s coming - start with Google Docs ! Flickr creative commons: by dmcordell
The Bridge is Scary: Feeling uncomfortable with the NEW is normal ! Flickr creative commons: by dmcordell
Creative Commons Photo By Feggy Art  The Social Media Revolution Solution
We must ADVOCATE for ourselves!   Having a strong "web presence" is not showing off - it's sharing with the comm...
Connect with your students & community:  Wiki's, blogs, web pages, access to online research databases for homework,  onli...
Basically, any way a kid or a parent might look to find & contact you - YOU and your school & library program should be th...
and when budget cuts happen your program will be less vulnerable and more visible flickr creative commons: by alexkess
Why not start a  Tech PD wiki for yourself & your staff?
How to Connect an  LCD Projector & a Laptop
Create it once - share it forever! Btw, take it!  All my stuff is  Creative Commons  Attribution,  Non-commercial,  & Shar...
 
 
 
 
Second Life :  An optional but rich experience  Learning curve is steep It took me a stubborn winter break to get comfy
Consider Going Transparent Our names are out there anyway - on our school web pages - why not create your own brand? Sign ...
Creative Commons Photo by alexkess It’s NEVER too late and it's EASY to start!
Start Small: • Wiki (public) • Library media blog • Twitter for conferences Creative Commons Photo by alexkess
Start building  a PLN:  The best & most effective professional development is in our own hands & on our own time Creative ...
 
 
what do you find when you google yourself?
Creative Commons Photo By jessi.bryan We must  be as concerned about  our own  digital footprints as we are our about thos...
This revolution is easy.... KEEP what you love but just make a shift Creative Commons Photo by alexkess
Don’t hate the #hashtag - embrace it! Creative Commons Photo by alexkess
Making a digital shift will help you and your library to glow and grow! Creative Commons Photo by alexkess
Creative Commons Photo by alexkess The future is in your hands Have fun! &  Thank you!
 
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  • A doctor doesn't stop learning new surgery techniques in a 30 year practice nor should we. If we stay stagnant in our profession who are we to blame when we are deemed obsolete?
  • A doctor doesn't stop learning new surgery techniques in a 30 year practice nor should we. If we stay stagnant in our profession who are we to blame when we are deemed obsolete?
  • if you think about it, we're used to revolutions in technology - when I started teaching we had filmstrips...I even had the kids make their own filmstrips - then we had VHS - Then we had LASERDISC ---Ohh Ahhhh Now we have DVD and Blue Ray and who knows what's next - downloadable digital format like video on demand? I don't know all I do know is that we will be ready when it comes Bring it on!
  • A doctor doesn't stop learning new surgery techniques in a 30 year practice nor should we. If we stay stagnant in our profession who are we to blame when we are deemed obsolete?
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • First: Toyota. In a television ad. Toyota asks its viewers to share their car ownership stories on Facebook. Here then, viewers are moving from TV to the internet. But, it doesn't stop there. Once a month Toyota will choose a viewer's story which will then appear on a TV ad. as well as on Facebook. So viewers (i.e. customers) are moving back to the television. This must be an example of transliteracy and a certain kind of level of transliteracy where viewers interact as well as read in the online arena.
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • A doctor doesn't stop learning new surgery techniques in a 30 year practice nor should we. If we stay stagnant in our profession who are we to blame when we are deemed obsolete?
  • A doctor doesn't stop learning new surgery techniques in a 30 year practice nor should we. If we stay stagnant in our profession who are we to blame when we are deemed obsolete?
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • Offering a variety of products that challenge the student and appeal to the new mixup mashup mode of creation gives new relevance to assessments
  • What the heck is a Hashtag? A Place – This is probably the most common metaphor for a hash tag. The hash tag is a virtual chat room or a space for a specific discussion or event. People gather there at a certain time to talk, report and expound. You can revisit any time, but the room will feel empty if others are not sitting around chatting at the same time.
  • What the heck is a Hashtag? A Place – This is probably the most common metaphor for a hash tag. The hash tag is a virtual chat room or a space for a specific discussion or event. People gather there at a certain time to talk, report and expound. You can revisit any time, but the room will feel empty if others are not sitting around chatting at the same time.
  • What the heck is a Hashtag? A Place – This is probably the most common metaphor for a hash tag. The hash tag is a virtual chat room or a space for a specific discussion or event. People gather there at a certain time to talk, report and expound. You can revisit any time, but the room will feel empty if others are not sitting around chatting at the same time.
  • What the heck is a Hashtag? A Place – This is probably the most common metaphor for a hash tag. The hash tag is a virtual chat room or a space for a specific discussion or event. People gather there at a certain time to talk, report and expound. You can revisit any time, but the room will feel empty if others are not sitting around chatting at the same time.
  • What the heck is a Hashtag? A Place – This is probably the most common metaphor for a hash tag. The hash tag is a virtual chat room or a space for a specific discussion or event. People gather there at a certain time to talk, report and expound. You can revisit any time, but the room will feel empty if others are not sitting around chatting at the same time.
  • What the heck is a Hashtag? A Place – This is probably the most common metaphor for a hash tag. The hash tag is a virtual chat room or a space for a specific discussion or event. People gather there at a certain time to talk, report and expound. You can revisit any time, but the room will feel empty if others are not sitting around chatting at the same time.
  • What the heck is a Hashtag? A Place – This is probably the most common metaphor for a hash tag. The hash tag is a virtual chat room or a space for a specific discussion or event. People gather there at a certain time to talk, report and expound. You can revisit any time, but the room will feel empty if others are not sitting around chatting at the same time.
  • What the heck is a Hashtag? A Place – This is probably the most common metaphor for a hash tag. The hash tag is a virtual chat room or a space for a specific discussion or event. People gather there at a certain time to talk, report and expound. You can revisit any time, but the room will feel empty if others are not sitting around chatting at the same time.
  • What the heck is a Hashtag? A Place – This is probably the most common metaphor for a hash tag. The hash tag is a virtual chat room or a space for a specific discussion or event. People gather there at a certain time to talk, report and expound. You can revisit any time, but the room will feel empty if others are not sitting around chatting at the same time.
  • What the heck is a Hashtag? A Place – This is probably the most common metaphor for a hash tag. The hash tag is a virtual chat room or a space for a specific discussion or event. People gather there at a certain time to talk, report and expound. You can revisit any time, but the room will feel empty if others are not sitting around chatting at the same time.
  • What the heck is a Hashtag? A Place – This is probably the most common metaphor for a hash tag. The hash tag is a virtual chat room or a space for a specific discussion or event. People gather there at a certain time to talk, report and expound. You can revisit any time, but the room will feel empty if others are not sitting around chatting at the same time.
  • What the heck is a Hashtag? A Place – This is probably the most common metaphor for a hash tag. The hash tag is a virtual chat room or a space for a specific discussion or event. People gather there at a certain time to talk, report and expound. You can revisit any time, but the room will feel empty if others are not sitting around chatting at the same time.
  • What the heck is a Hashtag? A Place – This is probably the most common metaphor for a hash tag. The hash tag is a virtual chat room or a space for a specific discussion or event. People gather there at a certain time to talk, report and expound. You can revisit any time, but the room will feel empty if others are not sitting around chatting at the same time.
  • A doctor doesn't stop learning new surgery techniques in a 30 year practice nor should we. If we stay stagnant in our profession who are we to blame when we are deemed obsolete?
  • A doctor doesn't stop learning new surgery techniques in a 30 year practice nor should we. If we stay stagnant in our profession who are we to blame when we are deemed obsolete?
  • A doctor doesn't stop learning new surgery techniques in a 30 year practice nor should we. If we stay stagnant in our profession who are we to blame when we are deemed obsolete?
  • A doctor doesn't stop learning new surgery techniques in a 30 year practice nor should we. If we stay stagnant in our profession who are we to blame when we are deemed obsolete?
  • A doctor doesn't stop learning new surgery techniques in a 30 year practice nor should we. If we stay stagnant in our profession who are we to blame when we are deemed obsolete?
  • A doctor doesn't stop learning new surgery techniques in a 30 year practice nor should we. If we stay stagnant in our profession who are we to blame when we are deemed obsolete?
  • PLN Dim Sum - take a little of what you want - don’t overload and save some stuff for later - or summer like Second Life and blogging
  • PLN Dim Sum - take a little of what you want - don’t overload and save some stuff for later - or summer like Second Life and blogging
  • PLN Dim Sum - take a little of what you want - don’t overload and save some stuff for later - or summer like Second Life and blogging
  • PLN Dim Sum - take a little of what you want - don’t overload and save some stuff for later - or summer like Second Life and blogging
  • A doctor doesn't stop learning new surgery techniques in a 30 year practice nor should we. If we stay stagnant in our profession who are we to blame when we are deemed obsolete?
  • A doctor doesn't stop learning new surgery techniques in a 30 year practice nor should we. If we stay stagnant in our profession who are we to blame when we are deemed obsolete?
  • A doctor doesn't stop learning new surgery techniques in a 30 year practice nor should we. If we stay stagnant in our profession who are we to blame when we are deemed obsolete?
  • A doctor doesn't stop learning new surgery techniques in a 30 year practice nor should we. If we stay stagnant in our profession who are we to blame when we are deemed obsolete?
  • Thank you so much!
  • Dont Hate the Hashtag: a Social Media Revolution for Librarians

    1. 2. Flickr Creative Commons: by azn_racer_fan “ A group needs only two things to be a tribe: a shared interest and a way to communicate.” -Seth Godin
    2. 3. Flickr Creative Commons: by azn_racer_fan Feel free to have your laptops out! Feel free to tweet & text & during this preso! Hashtag #CASL10
    3. 4. "When I read about the way in which library funds are being cut and cut, I can only think that American society has found one more way to destroy itself" -Isaac Asimov
    4. 5. A Nation Without School Librarians -A Google Map by Shonda Brisco
    5. 6. Connecticut A Nation Without School Librarians -A Google Map by Shonda Brisco
    6. 7. What kind of phone are you? Confession: I was a telephony Luddite
    7. 8. From candlestick, crank powered wall phones, rotary phones, touch tone innovation, to blue tooth smart phones, droids, & iPhones
    8. 9. ....Telephones have moved forward, evolved, improved, & sometimes gotten more difficult to use as new features were added …but they also gave us MORE!
    9. 10. But do people still talk on the phone?
    10. 11. Is Social Media a Fad? Video goes here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIFYPQjYhv8
    11. 12. Librarians and school libraries are at a Crossroads Flicker Creative Commons: by By syder.ross
    12. 13. We are dangerously close to being thought of as irrelevant & out of a job Flicker Creative Commons: by By syder.ross
    13. 14. We can throw up our hands, cling to our shelflist cards, & stay analog Flicker Creative Commons: by By syder.ross
    14. 15. or we can be nimble, daring, & digital and shift the way the world thinks of a school library and librarians Flicker Creative Commons: by By syder.ross
    15. 16. and be seen as indispensable as we are and always have been! Flicker Creative Commons: by By syder.ross
    16. 17. Some revolutions compel you throw everything out. This revolution is EASY.... KEEP what you love but just make a shift Creative Commons Photo by Leo Reynolds
    17. 18. Of all the educators in a building, who better to adapt to new technology than the teacher librarian? From filmstrips, VHS, Laserdisc, DVD, to Blue-Ray We’ve been there! Photo by knowzy.com
    18. 19. Shift: Embrace & Celebrate the Remix Smashup Culture! Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
    19. 20. Shift the Mindset Fight the filter & no more “yeah buts” If it’s important - find a way! Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
    20. 21. Shift the Language: Transliteracy the perception of literacy has evolved to not be confined or defined by container or format Inspired by Pivot Points by Buffy J. Hamilton Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
    21. 22. Transliteracy: “ In order to succeed in an increasingly multimodal environment, we require more than alphabetic literacy skills” Inspired by Pivot Points by Buffy J. Hamilton Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
    22. 23. Transliteracy: “Transliteracy is the ability to read, write and interact across a range of platforms, Inspired by Pivot Points by Buffy J. Hamilton Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
    23. 24. Transliteracy: “…tools and media…print, TV, radio and film, to digital social networks” -Jess Laccetti, Transliteracy Research Group Inspired by Pivot Points by Buffy J. Hamilton Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
    24. 25. Shift the Language Add & re-define terms like attribution, widget, creative commons, tagging, & authority Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
    25. 26. The Shifted Product Keep traditional forms of assessments but offer students choice to create meaningful products that appeal to all learning styles Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
    26. 27. The Shifted Product Blogs, wikis, animations, graphic design, comics, digital stories, videos, & podcatsing - Include rubrics that leave nothing to guesswork Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
    27. 28. Having a choice over the product makes the assessment more meaningful & authentic Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
    28. 29. Shifted Format Keep traditional books but add Manga, anime, & graphic novels Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
    29. 30. Shifted Format Add Playaways, eBooks, audiobooks, & interactive web books Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
    30. 31. Shifted Research Keep traditional research databases & books but add Wikipedia evaluation & Google savvy search strategies Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
    31. 32. Google Ed for TEENS is like Sex Ed for TEENS it’s crucial to their development Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
    32. 33. You know they’re going to do it anyway better with knowledge, discernment, & ethics Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
    33. 34. Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky A new digital divide going on: Those who know how to “think” about search vs. those who don’t Helen Blowers at the Columbus Metro Library via Lucy Gray
    34. 35. Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky A new digital divide going on: Those who know how to validate soft information vs. those who don’t Helen Blowers at the Columbus Metro Library via Lucy Gray
    35. 36. Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky A new digital divide going on: Those who understand the current culture of informal languages vs. those who don’t Helen Blowers at the Columbus Metro Library via Lucy Gray
    36. 37. Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky A new digital divide going on: Those who have the knowledge and skill to create and re-mix digital media vs. those who don’t Helen Blowers at the Columbus Metro Library via Lucy Gray
    37. 38. Shift the physical arrangement of your library Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
    38. 39. You Don’t have to add an espresso maker or video games Keep the library shelves filled with books but consider mixing up & livening the display Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
    39. 40. Create serious learning, cozy reading, & fun social zones that welcome lingering Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
    40. 41. Shift Your Own Professional Development Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
    41. 42. Keep participating in district, state, & national conferences Like: CASL, ALA, AASL, & ISTE, & ISTE SIGMS Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
    42. 43. But consider adding virtual participation: Save money & time by getting quality PD in your bunny slippers! Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
    43. 44. Twitter, YouTube, Webinars - TL Virtual Cafe, Netvibes, Skype, & Slideshare all provide sofaside seats to the best events! Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
    44. 45. Personal learning networks and utilizing social media has shifted the way we make connections & grow within our profession Flickr Creative Commons by danceinthesky
    45. 46. Out of this world ways to easily shift your practice
    46. 47. TL Virtual Cafe FREE Webinar Series - 1st Monday of the month
    47. 48. School Library Websites Wike & Pathfinder Swap Wiki - Add Yours!
    48. 50. Why Twitter? Even if you join just for conferences, lurk, listen, & follow you will get more out of Twitter in less time than reading lots of blogs
    49. 52. How do I start?
    50. 53. How do I start?
    51. 54. So who should I follow?
    52. 55. Find someone you respect & admire
    53. 56. And then follow who they follow!
    54. 57. Check out their lists & follow that, too!
    55. 58. What the heck is a #hashtag? A Search Filter – by adding a # to any group of words - will create an instant search filter
    56. 59. What the heck is a #hashtag? A Place –The hash tag is a virtual chat room or a space for a specific discussion or event #CASL
    57. 60. A Filing System – People often use hash tags as ways of filing their comments and conversations into categories which can then be searched and revisited
    58. 61. Question – What is a #Hashtag to you?
    59. 62. A Trending News Alert – A hash tag can act as a pulse point for trending world wide news
    60. 63. A Trending News Alert – Courtney Cox & David Arquette broken up? Say it ain’t so!
    61. 64. I’m a Total Gleek! Hip Cultural Literacy
    62. 65. DVR The Soup: For a 30 min a week cultural literacy primer
    63. 66. Be Ready for the Cloud: It’s coming - start with Google Docs ! Flickr creative commons: by dmcordell
    64. 67. The Bridge is Scary: Feeling uncomfortable with the NEW is normal ! Flickr creative commons: by dmcordell
    65. 68. Creative Commons Photo By Feggy Art The Social Media Revolution Solution
    66. 69. We must ADVOCATE for ourselves! Having a strong "web presence" is not showing off - it's sharing with the community flickr creative commons: by alexkess
    67. 70. Connect with your students & community: Wiki's, blogs, web pages, access to online research databases for homework, online PAC, Twitter, & Facebook flickr creative commons: by alexkess
    68. 71. Basically, any way a kid or a parent might look to find & contact you - YOU and your school & library program should be there flickr creative commons: by alexkess
    69. 72. and when budget cuts happen your program will be less vulnerable and more visible flickr creative commons: by alexkess
    70. 73. Why not start a Tech PD wiki for yourself & your staff?
    71. 74. How to Connect an LCD Projector & a Laptop
    72. 75. Create it once - share it forever! Btw, take it! All my stuff is Creative Commons Attribution, Non-commercial, & Share Alike
    73. 80. Second Life : An optional but rich experience Learning curve is steep It took me a stubborn winter break to get comfy
    74. 81. Consider Going Transparent Our names are out there anyway - on our school web pages - why not create your own brand? Sign up for FREE Twitter, a wiki, or blog with your own name For $10 a year with Google Apps you can register your own domain
    75. 82. Creative Commons Photo by alexkess It’s NEVER too late and it's EASY to start!
    76. 83. Start Small: • Wiki (public) • Library media blog • Twitter for conferences Creative Commons Photo by alexkess
    77. 84. Start building a PLN: The best & most effective professional development is in our own hands & on our own time Creative Commons Photo by alexkess
    78. 87. what do you find when you google yourself?
    79. 88. Creative Commons Photo By jessi.bryan We must be as concerned about our own digital footprints as we are our about those of our students & kids!
    80. 89. This revolution is easy.... KEEP what you love but just make a shift Creative Commons Photo by alexkess
    81. 90. Don’t hate the #hashtag - embrace it! Creative Commons Photo by alexkess
    82. 91. Making a digital shift will help you and your library to glow and grow! Creative Commons Photo by alexkess
    83. 92. Creative Commons Photo by alexkess The future is in your hands Have fun! & Thank you!
    84. 94. Don’t Hate the Hashtag! A Social Media Revolution for School Librarians Gwyneth A. Jones - thedaringlibrarian.com flickr creative commons: by slworking2

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