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Transparency is the New Black
Transparency is the New Black
Transparency is the New Black
Transparency is the New Black
Transparency is the New Black
Transparency is the New Black
Transparency is the New Black
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Transparency is the New Black

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From my blog, preso, & workshops: http://www.thedaringlibrarian.com/2012/04/transparency-is-new-black.html Be daring and go transparent! Straight from the Paris & New York runways it's time to be on …

From my blog, preso, & workshops: http://www.thedaringlibrarian.com/2012/04/transparency-is-new-black.html Be daring and go transparent! Straight from the Paris & New York runways it's time to be on trend and change into that digital shift! Advocate for your practice and our profession by embracing social media and fighting the "locked net monster." Pump up your web presence and stand out from the crowd by being culturally literate, interweb savvy, cloud computing friendly, and embracing our new transliterate "remix mashup culture." WARNING: Shameless Self Promotion in Rocketboom Video!

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  • 1. Don’t keep the successes of yourprogram & practice under wraps! Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 2. Don’t be Scared to strut your stuff! Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 3. We must ADVOCATE for ourselves!Having a strong "web presence" is not showing off - its sharing with the community! Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 4. Visibly Connect with your students & community: Start with: Wikispaces, Twitter, Flickr, Facebook,G+, LinkedIn, YouTube, Google Apps, or an Edublog Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 5. Basically, any way a kid or a parent might look to find &contact you – your program & practice should be there. Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 6. So if budget cuts should happen, your program will be less vulnerable and more visible. Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 7. The Social Media Revolution Solution Creative Commons Photo By Feggy Art
  • 8. what do you find when you google yourself?
  • 9. Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 10. Wikispaces Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 11. WikispacesMy first choice in web presenceFree for educators!Easy editing & attractiveFlexibleInteractiveWidget friendlyMulti-purposeResponsive Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 12. Why notstart a Tech PD wiki for yourself &your staff?
  • 13. Create it once -share itforever! Btw, Take it! All my stuff is Creative Commons Attribution,Non-commercial, & Share Alike
  • 14. Tech Help Athome!
  • 15. Great for Prof dev & Workshops!A big thanks to Librarian Tiff for the idea!
  • 16. Twitter Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 17. Twitter My number one most significant, profound, and rich professional development tool. Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 18. Why Twitter?You will get more out of Twitter in20 min than hours reading blogs
  • 19. How To start
  • 20. Pimp up Your profile! Why Twitter? Even if you join just for conferences,lurk, listen, & follow it will be worth your while!
  • 21. A whole gallery ofTwitter themed graphics forvisual learnerslike me can be found on my flickr!
  • 22. It’s easyto start! Justfollow a few basics!
  • 23. So, who to follow?
  • 24. Find someone you respect & admire
  • 25. And then follow who they follow!
  • 26. Check out their lists & follow Those on it, too!
  • 27. The Art of theFollow
  • 28. What the heck is a #hashtag?A Search Filter – by adding a # to any group of words - will create an instant search filter
  • 29. #MACUL13A Place –The hash tag is a virtual chat room or a space for a specific discussion or event
  • 30. #Tlchat Live!–A Monthly Live Chat Event – Join US 2nd Monday! YOU Can Vote for Topics of Conversation
  • 31. A Chat Room–#TitleTalk Tweets about Books!
  • 32. A Trending News Alert – A hash tag can act as a pulse point for trending world wide news
  • 33. A Trending News Alert – #DowntonPBS, #RHOA & #TitleTalk. So Hard to Choose!
  • 34. Flickr Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 35. A visually richFlickr photo gallery and repository. Easy to upload & share photos with the community with an impressive collection of extra tools! Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 36. Easy to sharegalleries!
  • 37. Facebook & G+ Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 38. Facebook & G+ Social media is NOT going away…best to keep in step with it & modelproper use than fight against itFlickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 39. “Like US” OnFacebook!
  • 40. LinkedIn Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 41. LinkedIn LinkedIn, the “yellow book” of all business & education professionals. The cactus plant of social media. Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 42. I don’t domuch here! But I’m here! Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 43. YouTubeChannel Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 44. YouTube A powerful way to host, edit, share, & create multimedia. Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 45. Create your own Branded YouTube channel
  • 46. GoogleApps Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 47. GoogleAppsGoogle Apps - so beautifullypowerful! Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 48. Be Ready for the Cloud:start with Google Apps! Flickr creative commons: by dmcordell
  • 49. BlogFlickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 50. Blog Blogging is a long term commitment that takes a lot ofnerve. Even MOREnerve than wearingthis bodysuit on the catwalk! Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 51. EdublogsAwesomeplatform &Support!
  • 52. Edublogs “not likely”Blocked!
  • 53. ConsiderSharing yourProfessional Wisdom & Ideas…
  • 54. With a personal &Professional Blog!
  • 55. Creative Commons Photo Garry
  • 56. It’s NEVER too lateand its EASY to start! Creative Commons Photo by alexkess
  • 57. We must be as concerned about our own digital footprints as we are ourabout those of our students & kids! Creative Commons Photo By jessi.bryan
  • 58. The TL ning Is your Teacher Librarian social network!
  • 59. #1 Teen Choice Award Winner! Be Hip to Cultural Literacy
  • 60. Everyone knows it’s good to Be Hip to Cultural Literacy
  • 61. Wednesday DVR The Soup:For a 30 min a weekly cultural literacy primer
  • 62. Start building a PLN:The best & most effective professionaldevelopment is inour own hands & on our own time Creative Commons Photo by alexkess
  • 63. Just Start! • Wiki (public) • Twitter • Flickr Gallery • Professional Facebook & or G+ • Linkedin • YouTube Channel • Google Apps• Classroom or Library blog Creative Commons Photo by alexkess
  • 64. This digital revolution is easy KEEP what you love but just make shift Creative Commons Photo by alexkess
  • 65. Making that digital shift will help you & your Library program & practice glow and grow! Creative Commons Photo by alexkess
  • 66. “A group needs only two things tobe a tribe: a shared interest and away to communicate.” -Seth Godin
  • 67. We are a tribe.
  • 68. We are strongerwhen we share.
  • 69. Each one of us has something to contribute.
  • 70. Take. Use.Share.
  • 71. Create achain reaction of AWEsome!
  • 72. The more you give, themore you will get back.
  • 73. Embrace and liveCreative Commons.
  • 74. It’s not just a license, It’s a lifestyle! thedaringlibrarian.com
  • 75. Strut your stuff.
  • 76. Teaching is a calling.
  • 77. Celebrate your passion!
  • 78. Step out andShare your passion!
  • 79. Befabulous!
  • 80. Befierce!
  • 81. Bedaring!
  • 82. Bedevoted!
  • 83. Be a Rock Star!
  • 84. Be YOU!
  • 85. Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson
  • 86. Flickr Creative Commons: by Tug Wilson

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