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Delivering the Message
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Information & Professional
Development through the Use
of Technology in the Field of
Librarianship
Information Dissemination Theory
When looking at the delivery of information four major
components are to be considered:
•...
• Face to Face
• Blogs
• Wikis
• Web 2.0
• Social Network
• Pay for Services
• Photo Sharing
• Video Sharing
• Chats
• Ins...
Tech Fifteen
• Short Videos
• Integrate Technology
• Easily Accessible
• Closed Captioned, Universal Design
Sample
Circulating Ideas
Steve Thomas
I started just listening to podcasts myself; mostly
just NPR shows … all the popular NPR kind of shows.
I gravitated towar...
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• Audio podcasts
• Reach peers in librarianship
• Professional development
• All types of librarians included
Lets Talk About Learning Spaces
Forrest Foster
Midway through what we were doing, I found out that we
weren't just helping our library; we were helping other libraries
b...
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• Live online radio
• Blog Talk Radio
• Saved in podcast format
• Focus on library and learning spaces
• Wanted to learn a...
Staxpeditions
Colleen Theisen
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I see what I want it (the channel) to be, which
means that I usually see that it isn't what I want it
to be yet. Ira Glass...
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Nerdfighters?!!!
The Nerdfighter community was introduced in 2007 by John and
Hank Green, brothers who created their own Y...
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• YouTube videos and Tumblr,
• Encourage outreach
• Focus an eye on special collections
• Open lines of communication
American Libraries Live
Dan Freeman
We were looking for some way to synthesize several
different types of medium. We wanted something
that would integrate soc...
• Deliver info to library community
• Guest librarians every month
• Myriad of topics
• Panel video format.
• Live audienc...
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TL Community
Nikki D. Robertson
Our community basically offers three professional
development style opportunities for school
librarians. TL Virtual Café i...
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• Twitter and Google Hangout
• Community for Teacher-Librarians
• Wide range of guests
• Wide range of topics
Images courtesy of #tlchat
Questions for You
• Have you experienced any of these kinds of
media?
• Do you have a favorite?
• Do you create any outrea...
Questions?
Heather Moorefield-Lang
moorefield-lang@sc.edu
@actinginthelib
www.techfifteen.com
Delivering the Message: Disseminating Information and Professional Development in the Field of Librarianship through Techn...
Delivering the Message: Disseminating Information and Professional Development in the Field of Librarianship through Techn...
Delivering the Message: Disseminating Information and Professional Development in the Field of Librarianship through Techn...
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Delivering the Message: Disseminating Information and Professional Development in the Field of Librarianship through Technology

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Explore five case studies of librarians and library professionals who have created online programs specifically geared to the field using technologies such as podcasting, YouTube channels, Twitter Chats, and Google Hangouts.

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Delivering the Message: Disseminating Information and Professional Development in the Field of Librarianship through Technology

  1. 1. Delivering the Message cc: andrewrennie - https://www.flickr.com/photos/29712408@N02
  2. 2. Information & Professional Development through the Use of Technology in the Field of Librarianship
  3. 3. Information Dissemination Theory When looking at the delivery of information four major components are to be considered: • Audience or User • Source of Delivery • Content of Information • Type of Media being Used
  4. 4. • Face to Face • Blogs • Wikis • Web 2.0 • Social Network • Pay for Services • Photo Sharing • Video Sharing • Chats • Instant Message • Libguides • Websites
  5. 5. Tech Fifteen
  6. 6. • Short Videos • Integrate Technology • Easily Accessible • Closed Captioned, Universal Design
  7. 7. Sample
  8. 8. Circulating Ideas Steve Thomas
  9. 9. I started just listening to podcasts myself; mostly just NPR shows … all the popular NPR kind of shows. I gravitated toward interview shows, just learning about something I didn't know through interview. I realized I would love to have that for librarians and just like you with this study, you notice there is a hole in the marketplace so what do you do you fill it. You don't wait for someone else to find the spot and get into it.
  10. 10. cc: cfiesler - https://www.flickr.com/photos/55370500@N08
  11. 11. • Audio podcasts • Reach peers in librarianship • Professional development • All types of librarians included
  12. 12. Lets Talk About Learning Spaces Forrest Foster
  13. 13. Midway through what we were doing, I found out that we weren't just helping our library; we were helping other libraries because people were actually listening. The phrase act locally, share globally comes to mind.…. Our operating costs were not at the level of a large studio with additional personnel and multiple consoles. Our program is a viable web tool via the internet. To sum it up best, I like to use the word - ephemeralization – a term coined by R. Buckminster Fuller and it means doing more and more with less and less until eventually you can do everything with nothing.
  14. 14. cc: Marco Cesar Saenz - https://www.flickr.com/photos/20842674@N05
  15. 15. • Live online radio • Blog Talk Radio • Saved in podcast format • Focus on library and learning spaces • Wanted to learn about librarianship, shares answers with everyone
  16. 16. Staxpeditions Colleen Theisen
  17. 17. If Books Could Talkcc: betta design - https://www.flickr.com/photos/65768710@N00
  18. 18. I see what I want it (the channel) to be, which means that I usually see that it isn't what I want it to be yet. Ira Glass calls that "the gap," where you're stuck between your vision and what you can accomplish right now. I have a lot of goals.
  19. 19. cc: www_ukberri_net - https://www.flickr.com/photos/53819037@N00
  20. 20. cc: jensenrf - https://www.flickr.com/photos/12244719@N00
  21. 21. Nerdfighters?!!! The Nerdfighter community was introduced in 2007 by John and Hank Green, brothers who created their own YouTube channel and online project Brotherhood 2.0. The idea behind Nerdfighting is activism through online-based communities. As Colleen states, “When I was conceptualizing it (the channel), I thought of Nerdfighters, because they're the ones who already have a predisposition to be interested in the cultural factors where our video fits in and consume media along the lines of the places where we share content. Then there's a great overlap between Nerdfighters and librarians as well, so that works out nicely.”
  22. 22. cc: Namlhots - https://www.flickr.com/photos/50907122@N00
  23. 23. • YouTube videos and Tumblr, • Encourage outreach • Focus an eye on special collections • Open lines of communication
  24. 24. American Libraries Live Dan Freeman
  25. 25. We were looking for some way to synthesize several different types of medium. We wanted something that would integrate social media, and a webinar live session type of thing, but to be more than a webinar. We wanted something that was essentially an interactive TV show.
  26. 26. • Deliver info to library community • Guest librarians every month • Myriad of topics • Panel video format. • Live audience • Archived for future viewing
  27. 27. cc: Paul L McCord Jr - https://www.flickr.com/photos/32827460@N00
  28. 28. cc: Travelin' Librarian - https://www.flickr.com/photos/45082883@N00
  29. 29. TL Community Nikki D. Robertson
  30. 30. Our community basically offers three professional development style opportunities for school librarians. TL Virtual Café is the first Monday of every month, and it's a webinar series broadcast on Blackboard Collaborate. Then, the second Monday of every month is the Twitter chat, #tlchat. Then, the third Monday is a live news style show using Google Hangout where we have state library associations or other educational guests on to discuss hot topics as they apply to school libraries Image courtesy of Nikki D. Robertson
  31. 31. cc: clasesdeperiodismo - https://www.flickr.com/photos/24614969@N04
  32. 32. cc: The Daring Librarian - https://www.flickr.com/photos/43666171@N07
  33. 33. • Twitter and Google Hangout • Community for Teacher-Librarians • Wide range of guests • Wide range of topics
  34. 34. Images courtesy of #tlchat
  35. 35. Questions for You • Have you experienced any of these kinds of media? • Do you have a favorite? • Do you create any outreach for your patrons/library audience? • Do you have a desire to?
  36. 36. Questions? Heather Moorefield-Lang moorefield-lang@sc.edu @actinginthelib www.techfifteen.com

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