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For the Young Adult LIbrary Service Association (YALSA) 3.0 Institute at American Library Association (ALA) Midwinter Meeting, January 15, 2010

For the Young Adult LIbrary Service Association (YALSA) 3.0 Institute at American Library Association (ALA) Midwinter Meeting, January 15, 2010

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  • 1. 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/
    YALSA Midwinter Institute 2010
  • 2. “An affluent 5-year-old has about the same vocabulary as an adult living in poverty.”
  • 3.
  • 4. School culture
  • 5.
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  • 10. 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    First: Books that use outdated & offensive language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/
  • 11.
  • 12. The Collection: 2003 versus 2010
    2003: Fiction 15.5% of 8.3K copies, average age 1970
    2003: Collection Age 1970
     
    2010: Fiction purchased prior to 2003 has an average age of 1981
     
    2010: Fiction 25.4% of 13K copies, average age 1999
     
    2010: Fiction purchased in 2003 and after has an average age of 2002 
     
    2010: Collection Age 1991
  • 13. Student Circulation, 2003 to date
  • 14. Teens Served, 2003 to 2009
  • 15. Fiction versus nonfiction circulation, 2008-09
  • 16. How to get at usage in addition to circulation
  • 17.
  • 18. My key to professional intellectual freedom
  • 19.
  • 20. The effect of graphic novels in the collection
  • 21. The effect of graphic novels in the collection
  • 22. Internet = scary!
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/jhandersen/3233197658/
  • 23.
  • 24. But cell phones = safe?
  • 25. http://www.flickr.com/photos/hellevfisher/2466032965/
  • 26.
  • 27. Using their phones to talk about books
  • 28. Part of your collection?
  • 29. Part of your collection?
  • 30. Using social media to extend student experience
  • 31. What do we do with teen’s work?
    Is including it in the collection “the next big thing?”
    11/23/2009
  • 32. The lines between student work and student life are blurring
  • 33. Sharing coursework via social networks
  • 34. When teens plan programming
  • 35. What can we do with teen content?
  • 36. Student authorship
  • 37. Student authorship
  • 38. Our first virtual author visit
  • 39. Our last virtual author visit
  • 40.
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  • 45. Forms of fanfiction
  • 46. Expanding your “collection” through fanfic
  • 47. Writing fan fiction
  • 48. Deviant Art fanart leads to inclusion in book, dedication
  • 49. Deviant Art fanart leads to inclusion in book, dedication
  • 50. Students building the collection
  • 51. When books aren’t the scariest things in the library…
    http://liveoak.jppss.k12.la.us/uploadedImages/Schools/Elementary_Schools/Live_Oak_Manor/School_Images/ComputerLab.jpg
  • 52. Scenario: 17-year-old boy leaves his cell phone in the library. The screensaver is a nude picture of his girlfriend. 
  • 53. Scenario: Teen is using another kid's computer login to download illegal videos.
  • 54. Scenario: After your photoshop workshop, teen uses scanner and software to alter her report card.
  • 55. Scenario: You discover an online version of a "slam book," with some very ugly comments from teens you know & like.
  • 56. Scenario: A teen shows you how to get around the proxy server.
  • 57. Scenario: A teen uses library hardware to author and print a doctor's excuse, inadvertently leaving behind a copy at the printer.
  • 58. http://jpty.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/st-bernard.jpg
  • 59. http://www.bundespolizei.de/nn_719704/EN/Home/PoliceAviation/Bilder/oberschleissheim__berge,property=poster.jpg