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Growing learnerstogether610b
Growing learnerstogether610b
Growing learnerstogether610b
Growing learnerstogether610b
Growing learnerstogether610b
Growing learnerstogether610b
Growing learnerstogether610b
Growing learnerstogether610b
Growing learnerstogether610b
Growing learnerstogether610b
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  • Everything in this SlideShare is absolutely true. Can be applied to any form of collaboration. Start out small and work your way to bigger things!
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    Sabrina Carnesi, sabrina.carnesi@nn.k12.va.us
    Elisa Gall, elisamcclain@gmail.com
    Pamela Gardow, pgardow@ecasd.k12.wi.us
    Mari Hardacre, mhardacre@acpl.info
    Erika Miller, emiller@colonialsd.org

    With thanks to Connie Champlain
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  • Mari Identifies, develops, promotes and disseminates information on effective cooperative or collaborative projects that link schools and public libraries. Maintains and updates the resources that have been compiled on the ALA website, develops training workshops and/ or programs on cooperative or collaborative projects and presents them at conferences and institutes and for other organizations serving youth, and details findings in articles and books for division publications.
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    • 1. Share one idea for a school/public library cooperative activity.
    • 2.   Growing Learners Together: Successful School and Public Library Partnerships Sabrina Carnesi, [email_address] Elisa Gall, [email_address] Pamela Gardow, [email_address] Mari Hardacre, [email_address] Erika Miller, [email_address] With thanks to Connie Champlain
    • 3. ALSC/AASL/YALSA Joint Task Force on School/Public Library Cooperative Activities
      • Identify and disseminate information on effective cooperation/collaboration projects that link schools and public libraries.
      • Maintain and update the resources that have been compiled on the ALA website .
      • Develop training workshops and/or programs on cooperative or collaborative projects and present them at conferences, institutes, and for other organizations serving youth.
      • Detail findings in articles or books for division publications.
    • 4. Getting Started
      • Do your homework
        • Names and positions
        • Understand the organization
          • Visit Website
          • Talk to people
        • Issues
          • Budget/staffing cuts
          • Building projects
    • 5. Develop a Relationship
      • Meet (not as easy as you’d think)
        • Phone, Email, set up face to face meeting
        • Other possibilities
          • Welcome basket on first day of school
          • Present to staff on first staff meeting
          • Stop in during parent-teacher conferences or open house
    • 6. Develop a Relationship
        • More possibilities
          • Invite to event
          • If new, send card
          • Ask for advice
          • Food and flowers!
      • Be persistent but don’t stalk!
    • 7. Making your Pitch
      • What is your collaboration project?
        • How does it benefit both parties?
        • How much time/effort will each party invest?
        • Has it worked elsewhere?
          • Testimonials
        • Consider possible objections or resistance
    • 8.
      • Teen Survey/Focus Group
      • Why: Make sure public library is serving the needs and interests of teens!
      • Where: LE Phillips Public Library
      • When: Monday, March 1 at 5:30 p.m.
      • How: Sign up to participate
      • Name and Address
      ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    • 9. Think Outside the Box
      • When things go wrong
        • Schools being sued by groups
        • School reaction: discontinue public library presentations and flyers in school
    • 10.
      • Collaborative Marketing
      • Collaborative Brochures – Summer Reading
    • 11. Do’s and Don’ts
      • Do
        • Work on the relationship
      • Don’t
        • Give up
      • Do
        • Work through the librarian
      • Don’t
        • Bypass the librarian with teacher or other contact
    • 12. Do’s and Don’ts
      • Do
        • Put yourself in the other person’s place
      • Don’t
        • Push ahead with an unwanted project
      • Do
        • Be a sensitive and innovative leader

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