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INLS 534 - Class 1
Transcript of INLS 534 - Class 1
Welcome to INLS 534!
Meet your instructor...
Sakai / Emails
Class breaks (?)
Youth and Technology in Libraries
What are your earliest memories of technology?
Brief overview and questions
What do you find most striking / surprising about the statistics in this week’s readings? Do these statistics alarm you, excite you, both, or neither?
GROUP TWO (Shapes)
What (if anything) do you think is different about the current generation of children and teens? What do you think is the same?
GROUP THREE (Numbers)
Look over individually (5-10 minutes).
No class next week (Casey @ ALISE)
1/28: Technology in the library; first reading response due at 2:00 on 1/27
Interpreted broadly, from birth through adolescence
Both public and school
What IS Technology?
Kline (1985) described four definitions:
1. Technology as hardware: Things made by man (not
naturally occurring) to reach a desired end.
2. Technology as manufacturing: The entire process /
system used to make a piece of hardware, including
people, machines, electricity, etc.
3. Technology as methodology: The knowledge, routines,
methods, and skills used to make the hardware.
4. Technology as a social system of use: How we use the
hardware; social processes built onto or connected with
the hardware, manufacturing, and/or methodology.
1. Reading Responses
2. Emerging Technology in Libraries
3. Grant Proposal
4. Class participation
Post to the Sakai forum 24 hours before each class; may skip 2 with no penalty.
Individual (LilyPad Arduino) and group (technology of your choice) components; both due 3/18
More information and in-class workshop to come; basically, a ~20-page mock grant proposal.