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Discover, Explore, Play, Learn, Love

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Discover, Explore, Play, Learn, Love

  1. 1. Discover, Explore, Play, Learn,Love: encouraging a culture of Anthony Molaro, MBA, MLIS, PhD Candidate Associate Dean of Library and Instructional Services, Prairie State
  2. 2. Loving new technology, programs andservices is the end of a process. In thissession we will walk through the five stepsof experimentation spending time on eachof the steps: discovery, exploration, playing,learning and loving (or hating). We willfocus on technology tools that improveservices to our library members, but thissession will apply equally for face-to-faceinteractions as well as virtual interactions.
  3. 3. It is not just about technology
  4. 4. Its about you creating
  5. 5. Its about you make connections
  6. 6. Why is this important?
  7. 7. Experimenting
  8. 8. The Process• Step 1: Discovery• Step 2: Explore• Step 3: Play• Step 4: Learn• Step 5: Love
  9. 9. Step 1: Discovery
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  11. 11. How do you discover?
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  13. 13. Unlock your heart
  14. 14. ConversationSpeak Listen
  15. 15. Read
  16. 16. Scan the horizon
  17. 17. Favorite Library Folks• Library Journal’s Movers & Shakers• David Lankes• Beck Tench (Deputized a librarian)• Eli Neiburger• Everybody at Darien Library (CT.)
  18. 18. Favorites• Pew Internet Studies• Horizon Reports• Digital Shift (Library Journal)• Wired Magazine••• Apple & Google
  19. 19. A Word of Caution
  20. 20. 1 zettabyte = 1,000,000,000 terabytesThat’s 11.5 terabytes for every man, woman, and child.
  21. 21. “As much as our television, radios, and movie theaters would have us believe otherwise, information consumption is as active an experience as eating is; in order for us to live healthy lives, we must move our information consumption habits from the passive background of channel surfing into the foreground of conscious selection.” - Information Diet
  22. 22. It’s there, waiting to be discovered
  23. 23. Step 2: Explore
  24. 24. It is intellectual
  25. 25. Just chew on the idea
  26. 26. How does this fit what you already know
  27. 27. Questions to ask• Will this benefit library members?• Will they use it?• Who else can provide it?• Will this benefit the library organization?• Will this benefit me?• Do you think this will last more than 5 minutes?
  28. 28. Its better to explore together
  29. 29. Step 3: Play
  30. 30. Create a technology ritual
  31. 31. Play— the capacity to experiment with one’s surroundings asa form of problem-solving. -Henry Jenkins
  32. 32. Play is about trying something new
  33. 33. Have a play date
  34. 34. It can be scary and fun at the same time
  35. 35. Sometimes you just have to pick it up with wide-eyes
  36. 36. Even if you fail the first time
  37. 37. Questions to ask• Is it easy to use?• Can I train staff to use it?• Can I train library members to use it?• Can it be integrated into our current offerings?• How does it fit?
  38. 38. “Play is the basis for cultivating imagination and innovation.” -Thomas & Brown
  39. 39. Step 4: Learn
  40. 40. One must learn by doing the thing, for though you think you know it, you have no certainty until you try. -Aristotle
  41. 41. Learning is the process whereby knowledge is created through the transformation of experience. Knowledgeresults from the combination of grasping experience and transforming it. - Kolb
  42. 42. Keep a technology journal
  43. 43. Step 5: Love it (or hate it)
  44. 44. Love is a matter of the heart
  45. 45. Reflection
  46. 46. I don’t love technology. I love what technology does for people.
  47. 47. This is what we’ve actually been talking about.
  48. 48. Advice
  49. 49. Don’t worry
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  51. 51. Libraries are Kitchens (Richard Kong at AHML)
  52. 52. We provide them with all the tools and training to be their own producers
  53. 53. Google ExampleGoogle engineers are given 20% of their timeto work on projects that personally excitethem.Ask your boss to give you 2 hours per weekto experiment.
  54. 54. What happened to this?
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  56. 56. Have a failure party
  57. 57. On Change:
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