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Digital Transformation in the LMC

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Transcript of Digital Transformation in the LMC

Digital Transformation in the LMC
Collection Development and Readers' Advisory
Triumphs

Goal-setting
Simultaneous access eBooks
Databases
Equal access for all students on-site

Professional Development
Triumphs

Unconference format (EdCamp)
eLeads and Tech Mentors
Permission to work at your own pace, with many opportunities to improve.
Let's Roll
What web tool/resource can you NOT live without?
(https://todaysmeet.com/MustHaveTool)

How has increased technology access impacted your program?

How has collection development changed for you over the years?
Instruction and Collaboration
Triumphs

Student-Driven
Student work, student collaboration
Online orientation
Digital Information Class (LMC)
LMC facility usage
Teacher/Library Media Specialist Collab
Goal:
The goal is to share our team's experience of a one-to-one/digital transformation including triumphs, challenges, and resources and create an opportunity for participants to collaborate around their own situations/experiences.
Instruction/Collaboration Challenges

Multiple devices for eBooks (especially with BYOD)
Getting familiar with Mac
Various levels of knowledge/comfort
Transition to digital learning
Collaboration with staff
Maintaining a focus on priorities
Many new programs to learn
Staying organized digitally
Classroom management
Back-up plan when digital en
Instruction/Collaboration Resources

Smore*
https://www.smore.com/app/pages/preview/kgg0
Symbaloo
LiveBinder*
http://www.livebinders.com/edit/index/1167778
Video.notes
Evernote
Narrable
Animoto*
Annotation*
(Scrible, pdf, Diigo, Awesome Screenshot)
Chrome
GoogleDocs*
Remind101
Marqueed
http://www.marqueed.com
Discovery Streaming (subscription)
NearPod
Educreations
Blendspace
Collection Development/Readers' Advisory Challenges

Funding (5 yrs = 5,000 for LPS)
Meeting the future need as well as the current need
Not everything in desired formats/access levels
Vendors are able to offer different things
Switching thinking to digital
Older students still prefer print
OverDrive is one site for our 3 levels
Follett is individual site purchase
Readers' Advisory
Collection Development/Readers' Advisory Resources

LitPick and Biblionasium
GoodReads
Books in Print
Titlewave/FollettShelf/DestinyQuest
OverDrive Content Reserve and Student Reviews
Mackin, Amazon, Barnes and Noble
MOREnet
Gale (Virtual Reference Library)
Free Trials for many resources
Project Gutenberg (also through OverDrive)
I Dream Books.com
Book Seer.com
NoveList (Next Reads, Kids & Books, Library Aware)
Professional Development Challenges

Transitioning to Digital Learning Environment
Grading/giving feedback digitally
Printing less
Staff feeling overwhelmed
Different levels of understanding/comfort
Professional Development Resources

Twitter
YouTube
Smore
Wunderlist
Learnist
Edmodo
Khan Academy
TED talks
iTunes University
Persistent links to journal articles
Pinterest
Zite
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