Technology to Energize Teens and Tweens May 2013


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  • Technology to Energize Teens and Tweens May 2013

    1. 1. Using Technologyto EnergizeTeens & TweensPresenter: Diana Silveira
    2. 2. AgendaProgramming IdeasAugment Existing ServicesEngaging/Promoting withTechnologyTips for Success
    3. 3. Programming Ideas
    4. 4. Scavenger Hunts• Tweet Pictures/items found in library or community• QR Codes SMS Treasure Hunts• Photo Hunts (Send in pictures of specific items)• Use Augmented Reality Apps to “find”tweets/items/thingsClue Ideas: A Red Book, A NYT Bestseller, a SMILE, a book with Mr Darcy as the main character,
    5. 5. Camera Phones• Chalkboard Speech Bubble• Instagram• Retro Tech: Polaroid It!• CamStar• PhotoWonder
    6. 6. Photo Games: Guess Where
    7. 7. Identify the Photo
    8. 8. Find Items inthe Library• Scan QR codes• Take a picture
    9. 9. Mobile Video Competitions• Vine/Cinemagram• Video Edit• Magisto• Video Star
    10. 10. Gaming• Game Nights/Tournaments• Word With Friends Tournament• Game/App Tournaments Leaderboards to create a buzz and a grand prize winner
    11. 11. Skype or Google HANGOUT• Interact with teens from other countries• Book Talks with Authors• Speakers... Bring on the Experts
    12. 12. Teen Choice Awards• Online Voting for:• Book• Movie• Song• TV Show• Video Game• App• & More• Live Program toAnnounce Winners
    13. 13. Tapping into theircreative side
    14. 14. Make a Meme••
    15. 15. High Tech Recycling
    16. 16. Engaging Teens and Tweens in Library Services• Create a soundtrack fora book or a book trailer• Podcasting – with thekids in the driver seat• Teen Tech Tutors forsenior patrons
    17. 17. Augment ExistingServices
    18. 18. Ice Breakers•• How Secure Is my Password?
    19. 19. Twitter• Program Follow-up• Live-Tweeting andAttendeeEngagements
    20. 20. QR Codes• Tie-in Social Media Sites• “Preview” or “Inside Look”• Link to Registration• Just for Fun:• Link to Random Video• Use Randomizer to create different experiences• Link to video content• Name Tags with QR Codes
    21. 21. Utilizing SMS• SMS Alerts forprograms• SMS TriviaNight• Solicit ideas
    22. 22.
    23. 23. Feedback• Vote by• QR Codes• SMS• Twitter• Trivia Night• Answer via SMSResources: Poll Daddy, Poll Everywhere
    24. 24. Event Posters
    25. 25. Engaging/Promotingwith Technology
    26. 26. Promote Events• Use Twitter to Promotebeyond our libraryborders• Promote on Teen Pageon Facebook
    27. 27. Tech to Handle RegistrationWhat You Need• Google Forms• QR Codes• Have a Fee? UseSquare to acceptpayment @ the door
    28. 28. Video• “Interviews” with participants• Record portions of programs & share on SocialMedia
    29. 29. SMS & Email• Announce Events/Insider’s Club• Remind those interested of an event
    30. 30. Tumblr
    31. 31. 3 Keys to Tumblr Success1. Regular Posting2. Blend Curated Content withOriginal Content3. Think Graphic not wordsBonus Tip: Encourage Teens to Share and Manage Page
    32. 32. Tips for Success
    33. 33. PracticePracticePractice
    34. 34. Helpful TipsProvide Instructions on technologies
    35. 35. Know Your Audience
    36. 36. • Don’t Push TechnologyYou don’t know• Have a Plan B….C…D
    37. 37. No technologyfor technology’ssake
    38. 38. Share Your Events via Social Media• Tag People• Post during event• Use “Facebook Pages” to post via your mobilephone
    39. 39. Questions
    40. 40. Contact Silveira