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Digital Transformation in the LMC
Transcript of Digital Transformation in the LMC
Collection Development and Readers' Advisory
Simultaneous access eBooks
Equal access for all students on-site
Unconference format (EdCamp)
eLeads and Tech Mentors
Permission to work at your own pace, with many opportunities to improve.
What web tool/resource can you NOT live without?
How has increased technology access impacted your program?
How has collection development changed for you over the years?
Instruction and Collaboration
Student work, student collaboration
Digital Information Class (LMC)
LMC facility usage
Teacher/Library Media Specialist Collab
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.
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
Back-up plan when digital en
(Scrible, pdf, Diigo, Awesome Screenshot)
Discovery Streaming (subscription)
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
Collection Development/Readers' Advisory Resources
LitPick and Biblionasium
Books in Print
OverDrive Content Reserve and Student Reviews
Mackin, Amazon, Barnes and Noble
Gale (Virtual Reference Library)
Free Trials for many resources
Project Gutenberg (also through OverDrive)
I Dream Books.com
NoveList (Next Reads, Kids & Books, Library Aware)
Professional Development Challenges
Transitioning to Digital Learning Environment
Grading/giving feedback digitally
Staff feeling overwhelmed
Different levels of understanding/comfort
Professional Development Resources
Persistent links to journal articles