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Mashed Media: A preliminary report on public libraries, youth and 21 st century literacy . Foundation. Institute of Museum and Library Services Nation of Leaders Demonstration Grant November 2008 – June 2010 NLG-07-08-0113. Rethinking Programs.

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foundation
Foundation

Institute of Museum and Library Services

Nation of Leaders Demonstration Grant

November 2008 – June 2010

NLG-07-08-0113

rethinking programs
Rethinking Programs
  • Do our programs respond to emerging needs of youth and education in 21st Century society?
  • How do we support staff in developing new skills?
  • Do our library policies and plans support new programs?
  • Do our administrative practices support new programs, especially those that involve technology?
what does a library need to offer technology based programs for youth
What does a library need to offer technology-based programs for youth?
  • Technology
    • equipment and software
  • Administrative Support
    • Policies and Procedures
  • Staff
    • Skills, Training, Time
free library of philadelphia
Free Library of Philadelphia
  • Organizational structure: supports and obstacles
  • Staffing, implementation, and institutionalization models
  • Teens: positive youth development and new technologies
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Free Library of Philadelphia
  • Organic evolution of Media MashUp – how it grew
  • Future plans for Media MashUp at the Free Library
charlotte mecklenburg library
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library
  • ImaginOn instituted Scratch workshops during the summer of 2009 as ‘block’ programs.
  • ‘Block’ programming is what we called our concept of guaranteeing an experience for visitors no matter what time of the day they came in.
  • Scratch lent itself well to the block model of having youth experiment with small parts of creating something and seeing results right away.
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Charlotte Mecklenburg Library
  • Hands on training sessions held to bring all staff up to speed on using the software.
  • Programs were held in either the computer lab (15 PCs) or with a laptop on a roving cart so that programs could be held where ever patrons were in the building.
wilmette library
Wilmette Library
  • Strong administrative support for digital media design programs
  • Investment of time in learning the tools
  • Wonderful teen volunteers – help staff and kids
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Wilmette Library
  • Built on existing base of interested

kids

  • Restructure programs and marketing channels
  • Formal and informal workshops
  • Digital Literary Magazine
seattle public library
Seattle Public Library
  • Recognizing the value of digital media/ 21st century skills programming
  • Spread knowledge, skills and tools across the system
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Seattle Public Library
  • Organizational structure for IT and Public Service conversations
  • Build approach to teen services that’s grounded in 21st century skills
memphis public library
Memphis Public Library
  • Monthly labs and workshops
  • Donated laptops, off the network
  • Summer Technology Camp for youth
hennepin county library
Hennepin County Library
  • Work with youth as mentors and teachers
  • Scratch on all library workstations
  • Scratch workshops as part of regular rotation of technology-related programming
project information
Project Information

Media MashUp

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