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What Is HOMAGO and How Can You Use It In Your Library?
Transcript of What Is HOMAGO and How Can You Use It In Your Library?
MA - "Messing Around"
GO - "Geeking Out Based on the learning theory of Constructionism - the best learning happens when you have have hands-on experience, as well as room for exploration, thinking and reflection, rather than transmission of knowledge from teacher to student (developed by Seymour Papert, influenced by Jean Piaget, John Dewey, Maria Montessori, Fredrich Froebel). ROOTS of HOMAGO Some sites include:
YOUmedia Chicago - Chicago Public Library YOUmedia Miami - Miami-Dade Public Library
ARTLAB+ - Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C. Where is HOMAGO being used? Teen Media Week, Free Library Hot Spots, April 2012 Teen Media Week - Free Library Hot Spots
Pilot Teen Space in Philbrick Hall
Free Library All Staff Day (Professional Development Day)
Free Library 2012 Summer Teen Research Project How has the Free Library of Philadelphia incorporated HOMAGO? How To Effectively Market and Provide Engaging Programming For Teens HOMAGO: Presented By:
Jennifer Donsky, Theresa Ramos, K-Fai Steele and Khaleef Aye Term coined by Mimi Ito,
Professor in Residence,
Department of Anthropology, UC Irvine A series of principles that describes the different layers of investment that people take with new media activity: Popular Lending Library - Philbrick Hall
Pilot Teen Space All Staff Day Youth-Driven Research, Summer 2012 How can you incorporate HOMAGO at your Library? Establish a Teen-only area or Teen "Power Hours"
Bring in near-peer mentors who are creative
Provide games and art supplies
Allow teens access to computers and equipment Incorporate Social Networks Flyers STILL Work! ... but Less is More Geek Out Mess Around Hang Out Typically in out-of-school learning environments, guided by mentors Connects the library to a teen audience that's often underserved in libraries.
Establishes the library as a meaningful place for teens to discover their creativity Why is HOMAGO important to Libraries in the 21st century? The purpose of HOMAGO is to gently guide youth as they learn/engage in the creative process in a safe, comfortable environment, with nurturing, creative mentors. HOMAGO Less is More HOMAGO How can you reach your teen audience? FREE Resources! Music Lab by Club Create remixer.clubcreate.com Animoto animoto.com Pixlr pixlr.com Tumblr tumblr.com Gamestar Mechanic gamestarmechanic.com Questions? Hang Out! Mess Around! Geek Out! Hanging Out, Messing Around, Geeking Out: Kids Living and Learning with New Media. Mimi Ito, 2010, MIT Press. http://mitpress.mit.edu/books/full_pdfs/hanging_out.pdf Prezi Prezi Jenn Donsky - firstname.lastname@example.org
Theresa Ramos - email@example.com
K-Fai Steele - firstname.lastname@example.org
Khaleef Aye - email@example.com youmedia.org FREE Resources! Music Lab by Club Create remixer.clubcreate.com Animoto animoto.com Pixlr pixlr.com Tumblr tumblr.com Gamestar Mechanic gamestarmechanic.com Hanging Out, Messing Around, Geeking Out: Kids Living and Learning with New Media. Mimi Ito, 2010, MIT Press. http://mitpress.mit.edu/books/full_pdfs/hanging_out.pdf