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Library as the Hub of the Learning Community

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These are the slides from the workshop I delivered for the International School Librarians Forum of East Asia 2018. https://sites.google.com/rikkyo.ac.jp/islf2018/

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Library as the Hub of the Learning Community

  1. 1. Library as a Community Hub
  2. 2. So You’re a Librarian...
  3. 3. What’s your Librarian Archetype?
  4. 4. My Journey
  5. 5. Lakewood Montessori Middle School
  6. 6. Lakewood Montessori Middle School
  7. 7. Lakewood Montessori Middle School
  8. 8. Luanda International School
  9. 9. Inviting Spaces
  10. 10. Growing Readers
  11. 11. Connecting Community
  12. 12. Engaging Students
  13. 13. Interactive Programming
  14. 14. Co-Teaching for Research
  15. 15. My Journey
  16. 16. Evolution of YIS Library
  17. 17. Crowded Spaces
  18. 18. Dated Materials
  19. 19. Temple to Books
  20. 20. My Library “Whys”
  21. 21. Reading
  22. 22. Reading
  23. 23. Research
  24. 24. Research
  25. 25. Creation
  26. 26. Creation
  27. 27. Community
  28. 28. Community
  29. 29. Research Creation Community Reading
  30. 30. What are your Whys? Your Pedestal Here
  31. 31. Reflection Time
  32. 32. Dreams Blue Sky Dreams
  33. 33. I Want i want i want
  34. 34. I want i want i want
  35. 35. Dreams Blue Sky Dreams
  36. 36. Gallery Walk
  37. 37. I Think, I Wonder
  38. 38. Year 1 ● Comfortable Seating: Couches & Bean Bags ● Allowing Food - Gasp! ● Encouraging Fun
  39. 39. Year 2 ● Magazine Style Browsing boxes ● Removal of 20% of the shelving ● Pushing Shelving to the Sides and Students to the Center ● Creating Shared Purpose Spaces
  40. 40. Year 3 ● Creative Commons Makerspace ● Rolling WhiteBoard Dry Erase Tables ● Flexible Seating Options ● Self Checkout
  41. 41. Thursday May 31st
  42. 42. Friday June 1st
  43. 43. Reflection Time
  44. 44. Lunchtime!
  45. 45. Programming 1. It’s social, not individual. 2. It’s intentional. 3. Nobody has to be there. NILPPA: What is a Public Program Anyway?
  46. 46. Creative Commons Workshops Programming
  47. 47. Creative Commons Workshops Programming
  48. 48. Inquiry, Curiosity & Wonder
  49. 49. NaNoWriMo, Poetry Slam & Short Story Competitions Programming
  50. 50. Books & Brownies and Book Tastings Programming
  51. 51. Library LockIns Programming
  52. 52. Vacation Reading Programming
  53. 53. Programming: Time to Share
  54. 54. Programming: Time to Design
  55. 55. Programming: Time to Design
  56. 56. One Immediate Goal One Long Term Goal Action!
  57. 57. Questions & Comments
  58. 58. Citations - Images
  59. 59. Citations - Other Berndtson, Maija. “Library Slide - Rozet Bibliotheek, Arnhem.” Library Ranking Europe, Jan. 2018, libraryranking.com/review/rozet-bibliotheek-arnhem/. Accessed 1 June 2018. Giomini, Scott. “Day 55: Gallery Walk.” Mr. Giomini's Mathematics Blog, 1 Jan. 1970, mrgiomini.blogspot.com/2016/11/day-55-gallery-walk.html. LaGarde, Jennifer. “Keeping Your Library Collection Smelling F.R.E.S.H!” The Adventures of Library Girl, 1 Oct. 2013, www.librarygirl.net/2013/10/keeping-your-library-collection.html. Accessed 28 May 2018. LaGarde, Jennifer. “When Adults Don’t Read, Kids Lose” The Adventures of Library Girl, 3 Oct. 2017, http://www.librarygirl.net/2017/10/when-adults-dont-read-kids-lose.html. Accessed 28 May 2018. “Library of The American School In Japan, Tokyo, Japan Tange Associates.” World Interiors News Awards, World Interiors News, 29 May 2014, backstage.worldarchitecturenews.com/worldinteriorsnews/project/library-of-the-american-school-in-japan/.
  60. 60. Citations - Other The IB is currently in the midst of publishing its “Ideal Libraries: A Guide for Schools” document. The Librarian Archetypes I’ve shared today are from the pre-publication version of this guide.

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