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Vala Melbourne 23 Mobile things & global librarianship

  1. 1. Learning and global librarianship
  2. 2. Turning global inspiration into local action.
  3. 3. Explore
  4. 4. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4f/DRV.JPG Dr. V.
  5. 5. Perspective
  6. 6. ACCESS vs LEARNING Photographed 2007 by Carol Highsmith
  7. 7. Ch-ch-ch-ch- Changes
  8. 8. The times they are … Sirius is eight-point-six light years away Arcturus is thirty seven The past is the past And it’s here to stay Wikipedia is heaven When you don’t want to remember no more Nick Cave - We Real Cool
  9. 9. Perspective
  10. 10. Basic library skill To be aware of and be able to adapt to changes in society surrounding the library
  11. 11. Unlearn H A C K Learn
  12. 12. Basic library skill Knowledge about how people learn, unlearn and relearn...
  13. 13. Learning as strategy
  14. 14. 23mobilethings.net
  15. 15. Discover
  16. 16. Explore
  17. 17. Reflect
  18. 18. Findings Applications on a tablet device will enhance our Library services. 60 % -> 82 % Very / somewhat familiar: Twitter 27 % -> 100 % Very / somewhat familiar: QR 33 % -> 84 % Survey by Dr. Michael Stephens
  19. 19. Conclusion: “A learning program created to promote a culture of play and exploration, this study offers supporting evidence of the benefits and impact of 23 Mobile Things for PD and for librarians and administrators to utilize this free, open program for staff training.“ Michael Stephens , (2014) “23 mobile things: self-directed and effective professional learning: “, Library Management , Vol. 35 Iss: 8/9, pp. –.
  20. 20. Conclusion: “Those guiding the development and training of library staff should consider adapting the model as an inclusive, hands-on learning opportunity to promote staff use of mobile devices and technologies.” Michael Stephens , (2014) “23 mobile things: self-directed and effective professional learning: “, Library Management , Vol. 35 Iss: 8/9, pp. –.
  21. 21. 23 Mobile Things USA Australia New Zealand France Germany Russia Singapore – Philippines Norway Denmark
  22. 22. 23 Mobile Things future: A version for the citizens of Guldborgsund
  23. 23. Reflection
  24. 24. Connect learn together
  25. 25. http://interlibnet.org/
  26. 26. Translate into context of your community
  27. 27. Gamification
  28. 28. Hidden Treassures
  29. 29. QUEST Singapore
  30. 30. Moraine Valley Community College Library World War M: Humans vs Zombies https://www.flickr.com/photos/kordite/3345389584
  31. 31. https://www.flickr.com/photos/54459164@N00/7670356328/
  32. 32. Steal good ideas
  33. 33. Hands on
  34. 34. “A makerspace is a physical location where people gather to share resources and knowledge, work on projects, network, and build.” Educause Learning Initiative article: 7 things about Makerspaces More definitions: http://renovatedlearning.com/2015/04/02/defining-makerspaces-part-1/
  35. 35. “Makerspaces are collaborative learning environments where people come together to share materials and learn new skills… makerspaces are not necessarily born out of a specific set of materials or spaces, but rather a mindset of community partnership, collaboration, and creation.” Library as incubator project More definitions: http://renovatedlearning.com/2015/04/02/defining-makerspaces-part-1/
  36. 36. B E T A
  37. 37. Buy India a Library
  38. 38. Connect the dots
  39. 39. Connect learn together
  40. 40. Steal good ideas
  41. 41. Translate into context of your community
  42. 42. B E T A
  43. 43. Basiclibraryskill
  44. 44. janholmquist.net
  45. 45. Jan Holmquist janholmquist.net Twitter: @janholmquist janholmquist@gmail.com about.me/janholmquist Keep in touch…

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