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Library Film Education On and Beyond the Screen

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The Media Education Lab shares work on library film education at the Digital Media and Learning Conference, October 6, 2017. Presenters include Pam Steager, Liz Deslauriers, Mary Moen and Renee Hobbs.

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Library Film Education On and Beyond the Screen

  1. 1. Library Film Education On and Beyond the Screen Digital Media & Learning Conference |October, 6 2017 Presenters: Renee Hobbs | Pam Steager |Liz Deslauriers | Mary Moen
  2. 2. Hi, my name is… Renee Hobbs Founder, Media Education Lab Professor, University of Rhode Island Liz Deslauriers Researcher, Media Education Lab Pam Steager Senior Researcher, Media Education Lab Mary Moen Asst. Professor, Graduate School of Library and Information Studies, University of Rhode Island Program Director, Media Smart Libraries grant project
  3. 3. “The library is a natural site for media literacy.” - danah boyd
  4. 4. FILM EDUCATION IN LIBRARIES RENEE HOBBS @reneehobbs
  5. 5. What do librarians know and think about film, media and popular culture? How do librarians choose films to screen in libraries? How familiar are they with independently-produced films? How do public librarians implement programs to help parents learn digital media management skills in the home? How do school librarians use film and video production in pedagogically-wise ways to develop creative expression and critical thinking skills? How do academic librarians support innovative pedagogical approaches to using film for learning?
  6. 6. Popular movies draw patrons and attendance numbers justify program services
  7. 7. The movies vs books paradigm
  8. 8. 70% of universities offer video streaming Many faculty are unaware of film streaming in academic libraries Faculty can be hesitant to incorporate library film streaming, preferring to use YouTube, Netflix and more familiar sources
  9. 9. LEARNING & DIALOGUE WITH FILM LIZ DESLAURIERS @lizdeslauriers
  10. 10. Designing the PCFF FILM HUB The FILM HUB connects the community with resources to discover, explore and engage with film. These online resources are designed to increase and enhance access to the best of independent and international children’s cinema, and foster film education throughout our community in schools, homes and public spaces.
  11. 11. The PCFF FILM HUB ● Search FILM DIRECTORY ● Download FILM GUIDES ● Reference FILM GLOSSARY ● Use the ACTIVITY REEL www.pcffri.org/filmhub
  12. 12. ELEMENTS OF A FILM GUIDE • Background information; framing; context • Before-screening questions and thought prompts • After-screening questions and discussion • Creative and critical thinking activities that reflect the film • Connections to other works/texts; local and global connections
  13. 13. FILM PROGRAMMING: A CASE STUDY PAM STEAGER @psteager
  14. 14. MARY MOEN @mary_moen mediasmartlibraries.org This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, Grant # LG-07-14-0045-14
  15. 15. Badge Program Process
  16. 16. Librarians have diverse and complicated attitudes towards film, media & popular culture Partnerships between libraries & community film festivals deepen opportunities to expand access to quality content Film study guides support scaffolding & facilitation that enable librarians & educators to move beyond the “hit play and walk away” approach to screening Universities can support professional learning networks for librarians to build a local leadership community 1 2 3 4
  17. 17. www.mediaeducationlab.com

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