ESRL New Media in Storytime Workshop

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Slides from the Eastern Shore Regional Library New Media in Storytime Workshop, September 16 & 17 2013

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ESRL New Media in Storytime Workshop

  1. 1. ESRL: New Media in Storytime
  2. 2. Welcome!
  3. 3. What are we doing today?
  4. 4. How long will it take? •  9:00-10:30: New Media whys and whats •  10:30-10:45: Break (yay!) •  10:45-12:30: New Media hows •  12:30-1:30: Lunch (nom nom) •  1:30-3:00: Hard work & stories •  3:00-3:15: Break (zzzzzzzzz) •  3:15-4:30: Storytime formats
  5. 5. Who are you? •  Name •  Position •  Experience with New Media
  6. 6. What's new media? •  On demand •  Screen •  Interactive •  Apps •  Device •  Portable •  Evolving •  Self created •  Visual
  7. 7. Why do you think we should consider the use of new media in storytime?
  8. 8. Storytime Opener & Trains
  9. 9. How do you think this might go over in your storytime?
  10. 10. Break time
  11. 11. What's that? Peekaboo Forest
  12. 12. My eagle will fit in this nest, mom! Audubon App
  13. 13. NAEYC/Fred Rogers Position Statement •  When used intentionally and appropriately, technology and interactive media are effective tools to support learning and development •  Intentional use requires early childhood teachers and administrators to have information and resources regarding the nature of these tools and the implications of their use with children
  14. 14. WHY US? WHY NOW? • This is bigger than the Gutenberg Printing Press. No, really. • We curate & recommend content, regardless of format
  15. 15. AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS: MEDIA USE BY CHILDREN YOUNGER THAN 2 YEARS •  In 1999, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) issued a policy statement addressing media use in children. The purpose of that statement was to educate parents about the effects that media— both the amount and the content—may have on children. In one part of that statement, the AAP recommended that pediatricians should urge parents to avoid television viewing for children under the age of two years. The wording of the policy specifically discouraged media use in this age group, although it is frequently misquoted by media outlets as no media exposure in this age group.
  16. 16. SOCIOPOLITICAL CAPITAL • Those who can manipulate media • Those who are manipulated BY media
  17. 17. SCREEN TIME!?!?!?!?!?!
  18. 18. READ THIS BOOK • New • Lisa America Foundation Guernsey, Director of the New America Foundation's Early Learning Initiative • First edition was Into the Minds of Babes
  19. 19. Not all screens are created equal video
  20. 20. DAY 2!
  21. 21. Before we get started...
  22. 22. We have to sing happy birthday to Betsy's hubby.
  23. 23. Welcome back!
  24. 24. Any questions that came up after yesterday's workshop?
  25. 25. Anything that you might like to try?
  26. 26. Four Little Corners
  27. 27. Brad's Pigeon will blow your mind
  28. 28. Don't Let the Pigeon Run this App!
  29. 29. Shellebration Video
  30. 30. Model for incorporating new media into storytime •  Access •  Content •  Engagement
  31. 31. Access •  Access to technology •  Access to content •  Access to expertise
  32. 32. How might you figure out what your community needs access to? •  Survey (Mission Viejo Example) •  Parents using devices in storytime? •  School adoption of technology •  Questions at the desk
  33. 33. Yeah, but I Need Access Too! •  Device •  Crowd size •  Tech set-up •  Funding •  Tech competencies
  34. 34. Device •  iOS (which one? iPad, iPod, mini?) •  Android (which one? Generic or proprietary) •  Staff use •  Public use (circulating, mounted, inprogram?)
  35. 35. Crowd size •  Large group •  Small group •  Variable
  36. 36. Tech Set-up •  Hand held •  Staff device plus fleet •  Mirrored •  Wifi •  Sound
  37. 37. Hand held •  Small groups •  Limited content •  Element of surprise •  Children touch iPad
  38. 38. Mirrored iOS (wireless) •  Projector, HDMI/VGA Adaptor, VGA, AppleTV •  TV, HDMI, AppleTV •  AppleTV requires stable wifi; both devices on same network •  3rd party apps (airserver through laptop?)
  39. 39. Mirrored iOS (wired) •  VGA adaptor •  Don't need wifi for mirroring, only for content
  40. 40. Mirrored Android •  Chromecast (waiting for more content) •  Through laptop •  VGA (or other) adaptor
  41. 41. Laptop •  Browser based (Bookflix, Tumblebooks) •  Powerpoint
  42. 42. Sailing sailing Over the water Sailing sailing Over the sea Sailing sailing Over the ocean Sail back home to me
  43. 43. Content •  Evaluation •  Curation •  Dissemination
  44. 44. How do you determine what you add to your library collection? •  Age appropriate •  Reviews •  Suggestions from public •  Reputable publisher
  45. 45. Selecting Apps •  Age appropriate •  Reviews (SLJ, Horn Book, Kirkus etc) •  Suggestions from public (App Chats) •  Reputable developer/publisher •  Intended use
  46. 46. Things to Avoid when Selecting Apps •  In-app purchases •  Highly commercial content •  Ads •  No reviews •  Quality of art, interface & text
  47. 47. Good app developers •  Nosy Crow •  Loud Crow •  Oceanhouse Media •  Software Smoothie •  We Are Wheelbarrow •  Toca Boca •  Random House
  48. 48. Appvisory •  Reader's advisory for apps •  Becoming an app-bassador
  49. 49. Wild About Books Will & Kate Teaching Interactive Picture Books Article
  50. 50. Engagement •  Parent/Child •  Child/Device •  Librarian/Marketplace
  51. 51. Parent/Child Engagement •  Modeling in storytime •  Permission to snuggle up and read on the ipad •  Parent education tips
  52. 52. Child/Device Engagement •  Avoid judgement •  Offer suggestions for following child's interest •  Extension activities based on books
  53. 53. Librarian/Marketplace Engagement •  Write reviews for apps in programs (we'd love to have you on LittleeLit.com!) •  Collaboration with local developers •  Market programming & services
  54. 54. Challenge •  Digital book (iBooks, Kindle, Axis 360, app etc) •  Digital felt board •  Posting lyrics •  Free play
  55. 55. Toca Boca Apps
  56. 56. Apps with Very Young Children •  Apps based on board books •  Posting lyrics to support parent engagement •  Limit the number of digital elements •  Use media to support parent learning and interaction
  57. 57. Llama Llama Red Pajama By Anna Dewdney
  58. 58. Wee Sing ABC
  59. 59. What are some barriers you might encounter?
  60. 60. How might you solve them?
  61. 61. Role Play •  Parent •  Colleague •  Superior •  Funding •  IT
  62. 62. iBooks Pete the Cat
  63. 63. Blue bird blue bird Through my window x3 Oh Johnny aren't you tired? Find a little friend and tap them on the shoulder x3 Oh Johnny aren't you tired?
  64. 64. Felt Board By Software Smoothie
  65. 65. Fais do do Colin mon petit frere Fais do do t'auras du lolo Maman est en haut Qui fait du gateau Papa est on bas Qui fait du chocolat

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