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School Libraries
School Libraries
School Libraries
School Libraries
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School Libraries
School Libraries
School Libraries
School Libraries
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School Libraries
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  • 1. School Libraries  Young Adults  Web 2.0 and Beyond  Lori Franklin  LMS  Olathe East High School  ESU SLIM Ph.D. Student
  • 2.
    •  Tells us the importance of building relationships with one another through formal and informal networks
    •  Teens use social capital skills to learn how to form interactions that lead to relationship-building in the workforce, and with future friends and neighbors.
    Social Capital Theory Bourdieu, de Tocqueville, Coleman, Putnam, Fukuyama, Granovetter
  • 3.
    •  Formed through social networking outlets
    •  Cell phones/Texting
    •  Facebook, MySpace
    •  Blogging
    •  File Sharing iPod/MP3
    •  Second Life
    •  YouTube
    Networks
  • 4.
    •  Trust is the foundation for Social Capital
    •  Places to meet
    •  Time to share
    •  Opportunities for talk
    •  Validation of needs
    •  Voice in decision making
    Needs
  • 5.
    •  Our generation – classroom
    •  Now – immersed in the “Light” before they begin school
    •  Middle and high school students say they are bored 50-70 % of the time
    •  Learning less in school
    •  Learning more after school
    The “Light” for Teens Today Prensky, M. (March 2008). Turning on the lights. Educational Leadership , 65(6), 40-45.
  • 6.
    • Blogging and social networking
    • Pew Internet Poll – more than 55%
    • Photo/music/file sharing
    • Cell phones
    • Gaming
    • Not boring because they design it
    • No exams
    • Competence
    After School Learning
  • 7.
    •  Shift in traditional thinking
    •  Determine how Web 2.0 tools mesh with the current school library situation
    •  Get rid of “Don’t…”
    •  Rethink, remodel “Do…”
    •  Embrace change
    What Does This Look Like?
  • 8.
    •  Gives teens a voice in decision-making
    •  Provides them with opportunities for using Web 2.0 tools to promote library programming
    •  Helps create a roadmap for future direction
    Library Media Advisory Council
  • 9.
    •  Lunch in the Library
    •  Rethink hours of operation
    •  Design of web site
    •  Podcasting
    •  Blogging
    Give Them a Place
  • 10. Show Them You Value Them  Library Advisory Committee  Service Projects  Blog – Library Log  Podcasting  Availability  Celebrations
  • 11.
    •  Rethink library pass rules
    •  Film video announcements
    •  Assessments
    •  Lunch
    • Events
    • Clubs
    Give Them a Place
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