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Dreming 08 Presentation Transcript

  • 1.  
  • 2. Where…..
  • 3. Alice Springs Convention Centre
  • 4. Welcome cocktail party
  • 5. Opening Ceremony
    • Official opening of the conference – His Honour Tom Pauling AO QC, Administrator of the Northern Territory
  • 6. Plenary
    • Prof. Martin Nakata – Director of Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning
    • Indigenous digital collections
    • Issues and protocols
  • 7. The Fridge
    • Online daily news service
    • Fridge complete with post- it notes, postcards, video boxes and photographs
    • Icon place on all employees desktop
    • Evolved into a fully searchable intranet that informs, enables and supports staff
  • 8. Meeting Users Online: Public Libraries’ Experiences with web 2.0
  • 9. Frankston Public Library
  • 10. Eastern Regional Libraries
  • 11. Casey Cardinia Library Corporation
  • 12. Casey Cardinia Library Corporation
  • 13. Casey Cardinia Library Corporation
  • 14. Casey Cardinia Library Corporation
  • 15. Casey Cardinia Library Corporation
  • 16. Who are the virtual visitors to the library and what are they doing?
  • 17. The Hollywood Librarian
  • 18. The New City Library: More than a house for knowledge and dreams
  • 19. welcoming
  • 20. Library Education 2.0 – shaping the librarian of the future
    • globalised network environment
    • Changing social environment
    • Requirement for new skill sets
    • Change focus from containers to the content
  • 21. Findings so far:
    • a need to position our industry more clearly as basic to the emergent knowledge economy
    • flexibility in responding to professional development opportunities
    • closer involvement with practitioners and the profession more generally
    • core skills need to be sufficiently generic to be applicable across a broad and diverse range of organisational contexts;
    • the central role of IT and our relationship with technology
    • user generated content;
  • 22. iSchools
    • Concept of information professionals being more than a librarian
    • Emphasise the relationships between information, technology and people
    • Educating information professionals to work across a broad range of organisational contexts.
  • 23. Ooraminna Homestead Deep Well Station
  • 24.
    • Plenary - Stephen Abrams
    • Blog – Stephen’s Lighthouse
    • http://stephenslighthouse.sirsidynix.com/
    Big Stuff –Library Challenges
  • 25. Change will happen with or without you
    • Changes over the next 13 years will see:
    • iPods can hold year’s worth of video by 2012
    • Or ALL the commercial music ever created by 2015
    • Or ALL content ever created (in all media) by 2020
    • Videogames outsell most content – combined!
    • Ringtones are big business (still)
    • 150 000 000 eBooks - article and chapter level economy
    • Next generation content – user created, born digital
    • Mashing – merged audio, video, text, search engines
    • eLearning – Sakai, Blackboard, Moodle
    • Pocket-sized devices dominate
  • 26.  
  • 27. So what should libraries be paying attention to?
    • User centred universe – social systems
    • Go mobile – enhance and expand
    • Confirm your presence – Twitter
    • Offer services where your users are – Bebo, Facebook, Ning, open social, F8, Delicious
    • Own your social presence – professional, institutional, personal
    • Expand – iTunes, RSS feeds,
  • 28.  
  • 29. Not yours, not mine…but ours
    • Collaborative model of service
    • Information literacy and academic literacy
    • Fundamental shift in access to individual assistance and resources
    • Broadened the purview of academic and information literacy skills beyond the library and learning skills
  • 30.
    • Consolidated learning tools and resources
    • Rational connection for the student
    • Blended communication and promotional strategies
    • Embedded curriculum-centred content
    • Mature, coherent institutional partnership
    • Marriage of two complimentary literacies assuring better learning outcomes
  • 31.  
  • 32. The End!