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A presentation from the Alabama Library Association preconference at Buckhorn High School, April 13, 2010.

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    ALLA Preconference -- Flip Your Collection -- Wendy Stephens ALLA Preconference -- Flip Your Collection -- Wendy Stephens Presentation Transcript

    • FLIP YOUR COLLECTION
      Wendy Stephens
      Buckhorn High School
      New Market, Ala.
      wstephens@madison.k12.al.us
      @wsstephens
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/74716406@N00/513049373/
      Alabama Library Association Preconference April 13, 2010
    • “An affluent 5-year-old has about the same vocabulary as an adult living in poverty.”
    • School culture
    • School culture
    • Weeding triage
      First: Books that use outdated & offensive language
      Second: Stripped paperbacks
      Old college textbooks
      Third: Book club editions of ’50s and ‘60s fiction – most had NEVER circulated
      Dated books (Guinness,
      almanacs, etc.) from
      before the 21st century
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/melani0201/2551109997/
    • Student Circulation, 2003 to date
    • Teens Served, 2003 to 2009
    • Fiction versus nonfiction, 2008-09
      Collection
      Circulation
    • How to get at usage in addition to circulation
    • Risky business
    • My key to professional intellectual freedom
    • The effect of graphic novels in the collection
    • The effect of graphic novels in the collection
    • Comparing reader behavior
    • Internet = scary!
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/jhandersen/3233197658/
    • But phones = safe?
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/hellevfisher/2466032965/
    • It’s time to harness this….
    • Using their phones to talk about books
    • Part of your collection?
    • Part of your collection?
    • Using social media to extend student experience
    • What do we do with teen’s work?
      Is including it in the collection “the next big thing?”
      11/23/2009
    • The lines between student work and student life are blurring
    • Sharing coursework via social networks
    • When teens plan programming
    • What can we do with teen content?
    • Student authorship
    • Student authorship
    • Forms of fanfiction
    • Expanding your “collection” through fanfic
    • Writing fan fiction
    • Deviant Art fanart leads to inclusion in book, dedication
    • Deviant Art fanart leads to inclusion in book, dedication
      Deviant Art fanart leads to inclusion in book, dedication
    • Students building the collection