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We>Me New Jersey Library Association Presentation 2012

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This is my presentation for the New Library Association Conference

This is my presentation for the New Library Association Conference

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  • 1. www.pcsweeney.com
  • 2. WE>ME www.pcsweeney.com
  • 3. What doesit mean to you? www.pcsweeney.com
  • 4. How does ME become WE? www.pcsweeney.com
  • 5. Social Capital www.pcsweeney.com
  • 6. Importance of Social Capital www.pcsweeney.com
  • 7. How do weBuild Social Capital www.pcsweeney.com
  • 8. OutreachTraditional model www.pcsweeney.com
  • 9. Community EngagementTraditional model www.pcsweeney.com
  • 10. Talk to peopleTraditional model www.pcsweeney.com
  • 11. Social Media Traditional Model www.pcsweeney.com
  • 12. Problems… www.pcsweeney.com
  • 13. Solutions… www.pcsweeney.com
  • 14. Party! www.pcsweeney.com
  • 15. Party with your Patrons www.pcsweeney.com
  • 16. Party with yourlocal organizations www.pcsweeney.com
  • 17. Can’tFind aParty? www.pcsweeney.com
  • 18. Say YES more often www.pcsweeney.com
  • 19. www.pcsweeney.com
  • 20. How would you build Social Capital? www.pcsweeney.com
  • 21. Spend yasocial Skrilla www.pcsweeney.com
  • 22. Non Traditional Collections www.pcsweeney.com
  • 23. What is anon-traditional Collection? www.pcsweeney.com
  • 24. information Tools www.pcsweeney.com
  • 25. Need Versus Want www.pcsweeney.com
  • 26. Library? www.pcsweeney.com
  • 27. How would you define anon-traditional collection? www.pcsweeney.com
  • 28. Guitar Collection www.pcsweeney.com
  • 29. Seed Library www.pcsweeney.com
  • 30. Board Game Collection www.pcsweeney.com
  • 31. Video Game Collection www.pcsweeney.com
  • 32. Nook Collection www.pcsweeney.com
  • 33. Let themmake the www.pcsweeney.com
  • 34. Patron driven collection development www.pcsweeney.com
  • 35. Community Created Books www.pcsweeney.com
  • 36. There is no goodreason that yourcollection has tobe at the library www.pcsweeney.com
  • 37. Book Bikes www.pcsweeney.com
  • 38. Little Libraries www.pcsweeney.com
  • 39. Waiting Room Libraries www.pcsweeney.com
  • 40. Guerilla Libraries www.pcsweeney.com
  • 41. Instrument Collection www.pcsweeney.com
  • 42. www.pcsweeney.com
  • 43. What are some of yourfavorite collections? www.pcsweeney.com
  • 44. You don’t have to make the program www.pcsweeney.com
  • 45. Programs From the community www.pcsweeney.com
  • 46. Poetry Nights www.pcsweeney.com
  • 47. Saturday Morning Chess www.pcsweeney.com
  • 48. Open Mic Nights www.pcsweeney.com
  • 49. After school Gaming www.pcsweeney.com
  • 50. Parenting support groups www.pcsweeney.com
  • 51. What are some yourcommunity created programs? www.pcsweeney.com
  • 52. Partnered programs www.pcsweeney.com
  • 53. Touchpoints bilingual Story Time www.pcsweeney.com
  • 54. Police or Firefighter www.pcsweeney.com
  • 55. Computers for Everyone www.pcsweeney.com
  • 56. Parks and Rec Partnership www.pcsweeney.com
  • 57. MMAP Murals www.pcsweeney.com
  • 58. ImaginOn www.pcsweeney.com
  • 59. What are some of your favorite Partnerships? www.pcsweeney.com
  • 60. Overcoming obstacles www.pcsweeney.com
  • 61. Mitigating costs www.pcsweeney.com
  • 62. • Friends of the library • Grants • Donations*Picture is unrelated www.pcsweeney.com
  • 63. Craigslist www.pcsweeney.com
  • 64. www.pcsweeney.com
  • 65. Café Press Store www.pcsweeney.com
  • 66. ASK!!! www.pcsweeney.com
  • 67. Build It www.pcsweeney.com
  • 68. Share Costs and Resources www.pcsweeney.com
  • 69. What are some of the waysyou save resources? www.pcsweeney.com
  • 70. Where to begin? www.pcsweeney.com
  • 71. Find out what they want! www.pcsweeney.com
  • 72. • Staff• Patrons• Orgs• Media www.pcsweeney.com
  • 73. Getting Admin on Board www.pcsweeney.com
  • 74. It’s a PilotProgram! www.pcsweeney.com
  • 75. Make a listof everything you need www.pcsweeney.com
  • 76. Make a listof everyone you need www.pcsweeney.com
  • 77. Don’t do it alone! www.pcsweeney.com
  • 78. Waypoints www.pcsweeney.com
  • 79. Make adeadline! www.pcsweeney.com
  • 80. Here is my example www.pcsweeney.com
  • 81. If you can’t answer this question, for the love of god STOP WHAT YOU’RE DOING
  • 82. What are the goals for the project?
  • 83. Who, what, when?The story of the project
  • 84. Brainstorm who might be interested, organizations, community leaders, staff…
  • 85. Brainstorm all possible costs, edit as needed
  • 86. Where can you recover your costs? What are your questions?
  • 87. Anything else standing in your way
  • 88. Deadline!
  • 89. How do you plan your projects?
  • 90. Questions?