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Innovative Programming Discussion (NEKLS Technology & Innovation Day)
Innovative Programming Discussion (NEKLS Technology & Innovation Day)
Innovative Programming Discussion (NEKLS Technology & Innovation Day)
Innovative Programming Discussion (NEKLS Technology & Innovation Day)
Innovative Programming Discussion (NEKLS Technology & Innovation Day)
Innovative Programming Discussion (NEKLS Technology & Innovation Day)
Innovative Programming Discussion (NEKLS Technology & Innovation Day)
Innovative Programming Discussion (NEKLS Technology & Innovation Day)
Innovative Programming Discussion (NEKLS Technology & Innovation Day)
Innovative Programming Discussion (NEKLS Technology & Innovation Day)
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Innovative Programming Discussion (NEKLS Technology & Innovation Day)

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Innovative programming discussion, held at NEKLS Tech & Innovation Day, April 2013. Links to brainstormed ideas will be added to the slides after event has ended.

Innovative programming discussion, held at NEKLS Tech & Innovation Day, April 2013. Links to brainstormed ideas will be added to the slides after event has ended.

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  • 1. InnovativeProgrammingBrainstorming DiscussionHeather Braum, NEKLS
  • 2. Ideafrom leavenworth public library
  • 3. Ideafrom carbondale city library
  • 4. Ideafrom pinterest... http://goo.gl/z5ofS
  • 5. Ideafrom Sacramento Public Library... www.altlibrary.com
  • 6. Ideafrom Madison, WI... librarymakers.blogspot.com/
  • 7. BrainstormingRolestorming: Select a specific real orfictional character. Brainstorm from thatpoint of viewLong list: Brainstorm as many ideas aspossible (100+). Creativity occurs afterknown ideas are on the listCredit: Jill Hurst-Wahl, http://goo.gl/5Y1Hd
  • 8. BrainstormingOpposites: Consider the exact opposite ofwhat is normalBrand-Storming: Select a specific brand.Brainstorm from that point of viewCredit: Jill Hurst-Wahl, http://goo.gl/5Y1Hd
  • 9. Rules from IDEODefer judgmentEncourage wild ideasBuild on the ideas of othersStay focused on the topicOne conversation at a timeBe visualGo for quantity Credit: Jill Hurst-Wahl, http://goo.gl/5Y1Hd
  • 10. Your assignmentBreak into groups of 6-8 people -- 20 minsBrainstorm topic: What are crazyprogramming ideas for your communities?(all age ranges)Brainstorm Style: The long list – generate asmany ideas as possible. Aim for 75!Brainstorm on an electronic device & emailyour ideas to hbraum@nekls.org
  • 11. SharingShare out your top three (craziest?) ideasHow might your library make this happen?Again, email your ideas list tohbraum@nekls.orgI will share out with all of the Tech Dayaudience

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