The library of thefuture will includethe one you make   for yourself  BETA TESTERS: Tag feedback & discussion: #libumake
The library of thefuture will includethe one you make   for yourself  BETA TESTERS: Tag feedback & discussion: #libumake
This talk is “beta” and good beta testers providehelpful feedback.In a wiki world all knowledge is provisional and should ...
BROAD OUTLINE OF TALK: The LIBRARY of the future will include the  one you make yourself WHY …will we build our own librar...
Definition: LIBRARY   The definition of a library is a rich information   environment customized and optimized by Libraria...
Three revolutions:       Social     Networking
Quiz: How many books (& CDs,DVDs) do you have on yourshelves at home?
In a digital worldyour virtualshelf islibraryunlimited
Hey!Where ismy stuff!
BIG SHIFT:Ownership >>> AccessLocal   >>> Cloud
TransactionA physical operation,action, or process ofpassing or making overa thing from oneperson, thing, or state toanoth...
“If you think the internet is just anextension of how to find the oldstuff more easily, you haveseriously missed the chall...
BIG SHIFT:Stocksdynamics, J.W. Forrester,                            >>> Flows      (terms originating in the field of sys...
“As we continue to move from a broadcast model of information toa networked one, we will continue to see a reworking of th...
I am not a person. I am an RSS feed.        You can use me to train information-- on any topic or by any person -- to come...
“Problems cannot be solved by the samelevel of thinking that created them.”                            - Einstein         ...
Streams that are inherently personal or become sobecause an individual sets them up based on personalinterest:(type on the...
InformationContainers
Conversations: The New Container
“The information produced and consumed by humankindused to vanish – that was the norm, the default. Thesights, the sounds,...
BIG SHIFT:  Students at the mercy of the        entire Internet     Students build their own  information spaces (library)...
Horizon Report K-12 Edition - 2009OverviewThe personal web refers to both a collection of technologies and a way ofthinkin...
Horizon Report K-12 Edition - 2011OverviewPersonal learning environments (PLEs) are often described as systems forenabling...
Big List of PLE Diagrams(note the categories of PLEconceptualizations)http://edtechpost.wikispaces.com/PLE+Diagrams
PLEWhat is it?
PLN =PersonalLearningNetwork
The institutional library and the professional librarianof the future will became nodes in an individualsPLE.
Why PLEs?    “…real-world problems are now too    complex to be solved by a single    person. The knowledge and    experti...
Another reason for PLEs“Distributed intelligence means thatresources that shape and enable activity aredistributed in conf...
Information is FlowingNow that knowledge hasmoved onto networks andit‟s flowing, how does thiseffect knowledge creation?
The Art of Discovery / Inquiry                         …is evolving  Brands   &    Search       &    Social /             ...
OLD Knowledge                             NEW Knowledge      Learning as a transaction                 Learning as a proce...
You know what they say about the goldfish. He doesn‟t knowhe is swimming because he is surrounded by water.
BIG HAIRY AUDACIOUSGOALAs school librarians we needto place each student at thecenter of their own
You are only as smart as your network.                                         (Distributed Cognition)
Being prepared for future work environments will take morethan just learning how to learn.3 Dispositions will be needed an...
Coming soon:               Too Big to Know: Rethinking Knowledge               Now That the Facts Aren‟t the Facts,       ...
- Clay Shirkey
You can add your ideas to this wiki page if you register with Wetpaint.The “Why Libraries Will Survive” page is here:http:...
A little bit about your presenter:Kathleen JohnsonLibrarian at Seattle Academykjohnson@seattleacademy.orgTwitter : @simkat...
The library of the future will include the one you make yourself
The library of the future will include the one you make yourself
The library of the future will include the one you make yourself
The library of the future will include the one you make yourself
The library of the future will include the one you make yourself
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    1. 1. The library of thefuture will includethe one you make for yourself BETA TESTERS: Tag feedback & discussion: #libumake
    2. 2. The library of thefuture will includethe one you make for yourself BETA TESTERS: Tag feedback & discussion: #libumake
    3. 3. This talk is “beta” and good beta testers providehelpful feedback.In a wiki world all knowledge is provisional and should be contested,improved, clarified, edited, and added to. I invite you to participate.Please tag your feedback: #libumake_________________________________This slidedeck is public on slideshare:http://www.slideshare.net/SIMKathy/the-library-of-the-future-will-include-the-one-you-make-for-yourself Kathleen Johnson Seattle Academy Green Librarian
    4. 4. BROAD OUTLINE OF TALK: The LIBRARY of the future will include the one you make yourself WHY …will we build our own libraries o Because we can (and many of us already are) o Because we‟ll have to HOW …will we build our own libraries o Personal Learning Environments o Tools of the future that haven‟t yet been invented
    5. 5. Definition: LIBRARY The definition of a library is a rich information environment customized and optimized by Librarians for its users. The definition of a personal library is a rich information environment customized and optimized by its owner for his or her specific needs.
    6. 6. Three revolutions: Social Networking
    7. 7. Quiz: How many books (& CDs,DVDs) do you have on yourshelves at home?
    8. 8. In a digital worldyour virtualshelf islibraryunlimited
    9. 9. Hey!Where ismy stuff!
    10. 10. BIG SHIFT:Ownership >>> AccessLocal >>> Cloud
    11. 11. TransactionA physical operation,action, or process ofpassing or making overa thing from oneperson, thing, or state toanother.
    12. 12. “If you think the internet is just anextension of how to find the oldstuff more easily, you haveseriously missed the challenge allof us face.” - John Seely Brown (10/18/11)http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/17940819
    13. 13. BIG SHIFT:Stocksdynamics, J.W. Forrester, >>> Flows (terms originating in the field of system The Limits of Growth) >>> Streams (eg: RSS) PC Web Cloud • File • Page • Stream • Folder • Link • Tag • Desktop • Web • Cloud • Real-time • Web 2.0 Kevin KELLY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXPfSrmzL
    14. 14. “As we continue to move from a broadcast model of information toa networked one, we will continue to see a reworking of theinformation landscape.”“Previously we focused on information as a destination… accessing information asa process and producing information as a task.“In order to take advantage of the streams of information and media we have toLIVE INSIDE the STREAM. We are • Adding to it (sharing) • Consuming it • Redirecting it” danah boyd, MS Research http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded &v=cB_D6FE9z-Q#!
    15. 15. I am not a person. I am an RSS feed. You can use me to train information-- on any topic or by any person -- to come to you! (Pull not Push)
    16. 16. “Problems cannot be solved by the samelevel of thinking that created them.” - Einstein “How is the way we are thinking limiting our future?” Charlotte Roberts (.biz)
    17. 17. Streams that are inherently personal or become sobecause an individual sets them up based on personalinterest:(type on the white board)
    18. 18. InformationContainers
    19. 19. Conversations: The New Container
    20. 20. “The information produced and consumed by humankindused to vanish – that was the norm, the default. Thesights, the sounds, the songs, the spoken word justmelted away. Marks on stone, parchment, and paperwere the special case. Now expectations have inverted.Everything may be recorded and preserved, at leastpotentially …”How Information Became Everything (article)From alphabets to iPhones, humans have experimented withdata storage for millennia. In the modern age, though, informationis beginning to overwhelm the physical world.By James GleickDiscover, July/Aug 2011. p. 58-60
    21. 21. BIG SHIFT: Students at the mercy of the entire Internet Students build their own information spaces (library) to control the internet
    22. 22. Horizon Report K-12 Edition - 2009OverviewThe personal web refers to both a collection of technologies and a way ofthinking about online content. Described as part of a trend that began withsimple innovations like personalized start pages, RSS aggregation, andcustomizable widgets, the personal web is a term coined to represent acollection of technologies that confer the ability to reorganize, configure andmanage online content rather than just viewing it; but part of the personalweb is the underlying idea that web content can be sorted, displayed, andeven built upon according to an individual‟s personal needs and interests. http://wp.nmc.org/horizon-k12-2009/chapters/personal-web/
    23. 23. Horizon Report K-12 Edition - 2011OverviewPersonal learning environments (PLEs) are often described as systems forenabling self directed and group-based learning, designed around eachuser‟s goals, with great capacity for flexibility and customization. PLEs areconceived as drawing on a variety of discrete tools, chosen by thelearner, which can be connected or used in concert in a transparent way.While the concept of PLEs is still quite fluid, it does seem to be clear that aPLE is not simply a technology but an approach or process that isindividualized by design, and thus different from person to person. Itinvolves sociological and philosophical considerations and cannot bepackaged, passed out, and handed around as a cell phone or tabletcomputer could. Widespread adoption of PLEs, once the tools andapproaches are clearer, will almost certainly also require a shift inattitudes toward technology, teaching, and learning.
    24. 24. Big List of PLE Diagrams(note the categories of PLEconceptualizations)http://edtechpost.wikispaces.com/PLE+Diagrams
    25. 25. PLEWhat is it?
    26. 26. PLN =PersonalLearningNetwork
    27. 27. The institutional library and the professional librarianof the future will became nodes in an individualsPLE.
    28. 28. Why PLEs? “…real-world problems are now too complex to be solved by a single person. The knowledge and expertise needed to solve them is. increasingly distributed across networks.” - Paavola & Hakkarainen, 2005; Nardi, et al, 2000) “‟What can you do?‟ Has been replaced with „What can you and your network connection do?‟ Knowledge itself is moving from the individual to the individual and his contacts.” --Jay Cross, Informal Learning
    29. 29. Another reason for PLEs“Distributed intelligence means thatresources that shape and enable activity aredistributed in configurations across people,environments, and situations.” -- Henry Jenkins, 2007 http://www.projectnml.org/files/working/NMLWhitePaper.p
    30. 30. Information is FlowingNow that knowledge hasmoved onto networks andit‟s flowing, how does thiseffect knowledge creation?
    31. 31. The Art of Discovery / Inquiry …is evolving Brands & Search & Social / Sharing
    32. 32. OLD Knowledge NEW Knowledge Learning as a transaction Learning as a process Knowledge is objective and certain Knowledge is subjective and provisionalKnowledge Learners receive knowledge Learners create knowledgeCreation Knowledge is organized in stable Knowledge is organized hierarchical structures that can be “ecologically” – disciplines are treated independently of each integrative and interactive other We learn best passively by We learn best by actively doing listening and watching and managing our own learning Our intelligence is based on our Our intelligence is based on our individual abilities learning communities Lee RAINIE http://www.pewinternet.org/Presentations/2011/Oct/Internet-Librarian.aspx
    33. 33. You know what they say about the goldfish. He doesn‟t knowhe is swimming because he is surrounded by water.
    34. 34. BIG HAIRY AUDACIOUSGOALAs school librarians we needto place each student at thecenter of their own
    35. 35. You are only as smart as your network. (Distributed Cognition)
    36. 36. Being prepared for future work environments will take morethan just learning how to learn.3 Dispositions will be needed and dispositions cannot be taught. •Curiosity •Questing •Knowing how to connect --John Seely Brown
    37. 37. Coming soon: Too Big to Know: Rethinking Knowledge Now That the Facts Aren‟t the Facts, Experts Are Everywhere, and the Smartest Person in the Room Is the Room By David Weinberger Buy new: $25.99 $17.15 Available for Pre-order. This item will be released on January 3, 2012.
    38. 38. - Clay Shirkey
    39. 39. You can add your ideas to this wiki page if you register with Wetpaint.The “Why Libraries Will Survive” page is here:http://21stcenturylearning.wetpaint.com/page/Why+Libraries+Will+Survive+the+Big+Shift
    40. 40. A little bit about your presenter:Kathleen JohnsonLibrarian at Seattle Academykjohnson@seattleacademy.orgTwitter : @simkathy• BA: Ethnomusicology (University of Washington)• MLS: University of Washington,1977 (Minor in Multimedia)• 3 years in West Africa creating a national cultural archives, recording music and makingdocumentary films• Director, Kelso Public Library in SW Washington• Ran a desktop publishing business from 1985-95• Worked in several special corporate libraries in a high tech environment and in competitiveintelligence (SCIP)• Currently a school librarian at Seattle Academy

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