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About ANZ 23 Mobile Things and How to Use it in the Library

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This is a presentation for a internal La Trobe Knowledge Exchange Forum about the ANZ 23 Mobile Things Program and how Students, Researchers and others can utilise the things.

This is a presentation for a internal La Trobe Knowledge Exchange Forum about the ANZ 23 Mobile Things Program and how Students, Researchers and others can utilise the things.

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  • Communication - … checkin, skype, TwitterService and advice - …, eg. History pin, screen castsProfessional networking - … Twitter, LinkedInDay to day functions – email, calendar,Current awareness - … Fun – games, music, Good reads, augmented reality, Google glasses
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    • 1. Please view this as a slideshow as there are pictures on top of pictures on top of words.
    • 2. A Quick History Lesson • 2006- Helene Blowers (Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County) comes up with the first 23 Things program for her staff. It goes viral. See her 2012 reflection on it. • 2008- Ellen Forsyth and Mylee Joseph launch the NSW Public Library Learning 2.0 version of the course. (over 1,000 participants) • 2009- Kate gets involved with running a 14 Things program at Murdoch with Kathryn Greenhill where she is working and contracts the informal learning virus. • 2012- Jan Holmquist develops a 23 mobile things program for his workplace Guldborgsundbibliotekerene (in Danish) and talks to Michael Stephens and Mylee Joseph about adapting it to English.
    • 3. A Quick History Lesson • 2013- The adaption is included in the SLNSW’s Innovation Project and the website is launched via Tame the Web on 8th April. The whole program is shared under a CC Licence. • 2013- Kate and Abigail get together over a twitter conversation and decide to create a ANZ version which soon spirals into a 6 month, interactive, global phenomenon. • 2013/4- Remix’s are launched all over the world including a version in German, Russian, Norwegian, a Dutch Music Version and coming in 2014, a French version.
    • 4. By the Numbers… • 23 Things • 775 Participants • 8 Countries (All but 15 from Australia and New Zealand) • 50/50 split (almost) between new professionals and non-new professionals. All sectors represented. • 2 Co-ordinators: but help from 2 twitter posters and 25 volunteers & mentors who did weekly feature and wrap-up blog posts. • 6 months duration (23 weeks + 4 catch-up/break weeks) • 29 Weekly Emails Sent (including weeks 0 and 28)
    • 5. By the Numbers… • 5 Twitter Chats, 4 Google Hangouts • 5 Social Media Platforms- Blog, Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, Flickr, • 240 Blog Subscribers, over 35,500 views from 77 posts • 589 Twitter Followers • 335 Facebook Followers • 1 LIANZA Paper: Wandering Wirelessly Over the Ditch
    • 6. What are the 23 Mobile Things? • The Things
    • 7. What does this mean? • For and the Library? • Funding Future Ready • Radical Learning Project • Staff Development • Library Business Plan 2014
    • 8. Lets break it down…. The 23 Mobile Things apply to: STUDENTS RESEARCHERS THE REST OF US
    • 9. How Can Students Use the Things? Community Building Data Gathering And Sharing Communication Learning and Educational Tools
    • 10. How Can Students Use the Things? • Data gathering and Information Sharing – Twitter (crowdsourcing information, #phdchat) – Instagram – Social reading – Augmented reality – Pinterest
    • 11. How Can Students Use the Things? • Data gathering and Information Sharing – Tumblr – Dropbox – voice recording – Evernote – eBooks – digital storytelling
    • 12. How Can Students Use the Things? • Community building – Twitter – Facebook – Group Pinterest boards – Google hangouts
    • 13. How Can Students Use the Things? • Communication – Twitter – Instagram – Facebook – Maps (Check-In) – Google hangouts – Evernote (group pages)
    • 14. How Can Students Use the Things? • Learning tools – Youtube – Webinars and Screencasts – Gamification – eBooks – Zotero – Pomodoro
    • 15. What about Researchers? Data gathering and sharing Research promotion (profile building) Productivity tools Community building (collaboration) Current awareness
    • 16. What about Researchers? • Data gathering and sharing – Same as the students but with a different emphasis • Emphasis more on professional dissemination – Twitter – Instagram – Social reading – Augmented reality – Pinterest
    • 17. What about Researchers? • Research promotion (profile building) – The Repository! – LinkedIn – Academia.edu – Research Gate – Twitter – Blogs
    • 18. What about Researchers? • Community building (collaboration) – Twitter – Google hangouts – Curation tools – Google Drive – Dropbox – Zotero
    • 19. What about Researchers? • Productivity tools – Pomodoro – Remember the milk – Google drive – Ebooks – pdf annotation – Webmail
    • 20. What about Researchers? • Current awareness – rss (feedly) – flipboard – Twitter
    • 21. And for the rest of us … Service & Advice Professional Networking Communication Day to Day Functions Current Awareness Fun!
    • 22. And for the rest of us …
    • 23. Thankyou • • • • Any questions? Tweet me! @katejf Email me! K.freedman@latrobe.edu.au This will be on unite (internal) and slideshare* *link to come

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