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KIdLibCamp Topics

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During the first portion of the day we'll vote for the topics participants want to cover and determine who will facilitate each topic session:


Topic Possible Facilitator(s) Vote  (Put an x for the three topics you are most interested in talking about.)                       
Digital Storytelling   XX Xx 12

Audio/Video in children's services - using Animoto, etc.


Streaming author talks

Media literacy

Sarah Sogigian - Animoto (via Skype) x 6
Community storytelling    

Librarians role in developing or extending digital literacy

Media literacy

Linda Braun X X - 15

Using tech to connect to parents/outreach

School/community outreach

Programs for parents

Creating audio/video resources for parents

Linda Braun

Deborah White

x x -10
New tech and services for serving the underserved - special needs, ELL/ESOL, people with disabilities   x
Integrating tech into prgrms/srvces-   11
Using technology to create content with kids    
Adult content in online services we want to use for kids    
Modern competition: storytimes are no longer the library's market (Borders, Pottery Barn, museums etc.). Rethinking the children's library vision/mission. Gretchen Hams-Caserotti  x-13
Pop culture in libraries Sarah Sogigian (via Skype) x -2

Culture issues/outreach to limited English speaking populations

ESL for children

Shelly Quezada  

Social networking in programming

Social networking in all areas of children's services

Rebecca Stine x -4
Children under 5 as technology users Rebecca Stine x -8
Upcoming web 2.0 trends   3
Creating a stronger online library presence   6
2.0 tools for sharing and organizing - delicious, Google Reader, Clipmarks Cheryl Wolf x
Student created blogs & workspaces    

Automating summer reading

MA Summer reading

Sarah Sogigian (via Skype) x 3
Using texts to communcate with patrons    
Books online - reading, talking, etc. Caroline Ward 6
21st century collection development Kiera Parrott 11
2.0 readers' advisory    
Social book review tools Cheryl Wolf  
Leading & facilitating student & parent book groups   1

Serving special needs children

Outreach to families with special needs

Developing sign language programs for non-talkers

Shelley Quezada  

ideas for 2010 joint CLA/CASL conference   

Children's picture books that can be enjoyed by adults Rose Myers  
Finding links between books    
Universal themes    
Job hunting tips    
Film programs in the library    
Integrating science & math programming    
Collaboration and networking school & PL    
Planning children's services of the future   x - 11


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