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  • What does a “patron” look like? How ‘bout communities of them? Our paramilitary model fails.Image credit: Natasha Starkell (2011). Retrieved from http://goaleurope.com/2011/11/08/crowdsourcing-innovation-outsourcing-eastern-europe-venture-capital-hungary-startup-cee-hungarian-crowdsourcer-skawa-boasts-a-crowd-of-17-000-workers-launches-website-translation-service-easyling/
  • Licensed Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic by cnystrom http://www.flickr.com/photos/36614889@N00/
  • What’s working #1: connecting with individuals, one at a timeThe potential communities of the library are composed of individuals with hopes, dreams, and aspirations.
  • What’s working #1: connecting with individuals, one at a timeThe potential communities of the library are composed of individuals with hopes, dreams, and aspirations.
  • Jeffrey Heer, Ph.D. in Computer Science in 2008 from UC Berkeley“47,471 of Heer’s closest confidants, tangled in 432,430 friendship relations made over the social networking site Friendster.”Image credit: Jeffrey Heer, Vizster Project. Retrieved 10/2013 from http://whyfiles.org/2009/social-network/
  • Image credit: Calzadilla, A. (2012). Anatomy of a social network. Retrieved 10/2013 from http://www.trulia.com/blog/angel_calzadilla/2012/06/anatomy_of_a_social_network
  • 1 Brown, B. (2012). Daring Greatly: How the Courage to be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live. New York, NY: Gotham BooksWhen trust is built, marbles are added to the jar; when eroded, they come out – one person, one interaction at a time.“Whenever someone supports you, or is kind to you, or is kind to you, or sticks up for you, or honors what you share with them as private, you put marbles in the jar. When people are mean, disrespectful, or share your secrets, marbles come out.”Image credit: Hernandez, J. (2013). Bicycles and Blueberries weblog. Retrieved 10/2013 from http://bicyclesandblueberries.wordpress.com/
  • 3 Maya Angelou. Attributed by Sara on the weblog The Good, retrieved 10/2013 from http://thegood2012.blogspot.com/2012/05/do-your-eyes-light-up.htmlImage credit: Veronica Samuels. Retrieved 10/2013 from Jersey Mom’s Blog at http://jerseymomsblog.com/2010/10/what-makes-your-childs-eyes-light-up/
  • 2Derived from Straker, D. (2013),changingminds.org:Supporting materials retrieved 10/2013 from http://changingminds.org/explanations/trust/trust.htm
  • What’s working #1: connecting with individuals, one at a timeThe potential communities of the library are composed of individuals with hopes, dreams, and aspirations.
  • Image credit: imgur r/QuotesPorn: “Being a geek…Simon Pegg”. Retrieved 10/2013 from http://imgur.com/DneS7
  • Workshops taught in the library by members of the greater community of practice. University students and faculty members shared the same experiences with members from their respective communities of practice in the two-day event. Immediately outgrew the venue.

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  • 1. Community Engagement and Makerspace Chrissy Klenke, MSLIS, and Tod Colegrove, Ph.D., MSLIS DeLaMare Science & Engineering Library University of Nevada, Reno Presentation at Internet Librarian 2013 conference, Monterey CA October 28, 2013
  • 2. “How can we engage with the community of the library?”
  • 3. Communities as “patrons”? Image credit: Natasha Starkell . GoalEurope weblog, September 8, 2011. Retrieved from http://goaleurope.com/2011/11/08/crowdsourcing-innovation-outsourcing-eastern-europe-venture-capital-hungary-startup-cee-hungarian-crowdsourcer-skawa-boasts-a-crowd-of-17-000-workers-launches-website-translation-service-easyling/
  • 4. Or individuals? Image licensed Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic by cnystrom. Retrieved 10/2013 from http://www.flickr.com/photos/36614889@N00/11357463/
  • 5. Time to get personal.
  • 6. Superpower #1: connecting with individuals - one person at a time.
  • 7. “What good is connecting/engaging with just one person?”
  • 8. 1 person, 3 degrees of separation: 432,430 friendship relations. Image credit: Jeffrey Heer, Vizster Project. Retrieved 10/2013 from http://whyfiles.org/2009/social-network/
  • 9. One connection leads to another… Image credit: Calzadilla, A. (2012). Anatomy of a social network. Retrieved 10/2013 from http://www.trulia.com/blog/angel_calzadilla/2012/06/anatomy_of_a_social_network
  • 10. Building trust. “Trust is a product of vulnerability that grows over time and requires work, attention, and full engagement. Trust isn’t a grand gesture – it’s a growing marble collection.”1 1 Brown, B. (2012). Daring Greatly: How the Courage to be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live. New York, NY: Gotham Books Image credit: Hernandez, J. (2013). Bicycles and Blueberries weblog. Retrieved 10/2013 from http://bicyclesandblueberries.wordpress.com/
  • 11. “Do your eyes light up?”2 2 Maya Angelou. Attributed by Sara on the weblog The Good, retrieved 10/2013 from http://thegood2012.blogspot.com/2012/05/do-your-eyes-light-up.html Image credit: Veronica Samuels. Retrieved 10/2013 from Jersey Mom’s Blog at http://jerseymomsblog.com/2010/10/what-makes-your-childs-eyes-light-up/
  • 12. Simple things build 3: trust • Active care. Don’t wait to be asked. • Build rapport. Many ways to create: being visible/nearby, using their name, encouraging… • Reliability. Deliver on your promises. • Similarity. We trust people who are like us. • Teasing. Testing and showing trust. • Evidence. Social Proof. Note: rules, agreements, monitoring, and so on, are trust substitutes. Use with caution. 3Derived from Straker, D. (2013), changingminds.org: supporting materials retrieved 10/2013 from http://changingminds.org/explanations/trust/trust.htm
  • 13. Trust is built up or eroded away slowly: one person at a time.
  • 14. Superpower #2: Rapport. Reliability. Similarity. “We trust people who are like us.”
  • 15. Image credit: imgur r/QuotesPorn: “Being a geek…Simon Pegg”. Retrieved 10/2013 from http://imgur.com/DneS7
  • 16. Little Boy “the device” exhibit: Build rapport. Demonstrate similarity.
  • 17. An afternoon outing on the Quad: Deliver on your promises. Evidence – social proof.
  • 18. “Would you be willing to let us…?”
  • 19. Over 400 attended the opening of the month-long exhibit. Rapport. Reliability. Similarity. Evidence.
  • 20. WordCamp 2011 - over 100 participants. Students, faculty, and members of the greater community.
  • 21. “The library in 2020 will be ruled by geeks. In my happy vision for the future, libraries are ruled by benign geek librarian overlords, and the world is full of awesome.” Houghton, S. (2013). Sara Houghton. In J. Janes (Ed.) Library 2020: Today’s Leading Library Visionaries Describe Tomorrow’s Library. Scarecrow Press, Lanham:Maryland.