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Library 2.014 Leadership in a Connected Age

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Teacher librarians and school libraries play a vital role in their school communities by meeting the change, challenge and productive chaos of the Web front on!

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Library 2.014 Leadership in a Connected Age

  1. JUDY O’CONNELL CHARLES STURT UNIVERSITY Leadershipinaconnectedage: Change, challenge and productive chaos!! Judy O’Connell! Library2.014 7October
  2. Knowledge networks & digital innovation! 6 March 1991! A bit vague but exciting!!!
  3. A printing press for evenly printin ink onto a print medium such as paper or cloth. ! change!
  4. The internet is a good thing. ! Look what happened in 25 years!! challenge!
  5. The Web at 25! Overall verdict: ! The internet has been a plus for society and an especially good thing for individual users!! productive chaos!
  7. Voices of the people!
  8. Digital Life in 2025 - the 2014 survey!!
  9. "Gutenberg Parenthesis”!
  10. Eisenstadt (a Gutenberg scholar): the book did not take on its own form until 50 years after it was invented by Gutenberg. Printing was originally called "automatic handwriting." [horseless carriage]!
  11. Blueprint for successful leadership!! creative commons licensed (BY-SA) flickr photo by Atos International: ! Knowing the trends in knowledge construction and participatory culture.! ! Knowing how to leverage social media.! ! Is the “Gutenberg Parenthesis” a way of understanding the introduction of the flipped classroom and its epistemological conundrums?!
  12. what does it really mean for ! leadership ! in a connected age?!
  13. not just a discussion about selfies! Robert Cornelius in 1839, believed to be the world's first selfie. Photograph: Library of Congress! “digital footprint”!
  14.! not just about what we want to buy! Celtis Pets!
  15. chirp! a plant watering alarm ! drone pilot locates missing 82-year-old man after three day search! not just a about our technology! man accused of murder asked Siri where to hide the body!
  16. It’s about what we grow!! 16 ! 10,000 lettuces a day!
  17. ! Leadership & connected learning ! welcome innovation ! embrace change ! meet the challenges of our global connected future ! creative commons licensed (BY) flickr photo by AlicePopkorn:! 5!
  18. !
  19. Thomas, D., & Brown, J. S. (2011). A new culture of learning: Cultivating the imagination for a world of constant change (Vol. 219). Lexington, KY: CreateSpace. “Information absorption is a cultural and social process of engaging with the constantly changing world around us”. p47!
  20. We have a digital knowledge ecosystem which demands a new knowledge flow between content and connections. creative commons licensed (BY-NC-SA) flickr photo by kassemmounhem: !
  21. “The current learning landscape is constantly changing in terms of what is learned, the context in which learning takes place, and who is learning.”(Paas, 2011, p. 2) ! ! The following aspects impact on the learner or his/her learning:! ! o Evolving needs of learners! o Developing knowledge building environments! o Focusing on personalisation! o Evolving spaces for learning! o Evolving learning devices or hardware! o Evolving pedagogy! Paas, F Van Merrienboer, J and Van Gog, T 2011, ‘Designing instruction for the contemporary learning landscape’, in K R Harris, S Graham ! & T Urdan (eds.), APA Educational Psychology Handbook: Vol. 3. Application to Learning and Teaching, Washington: American! Psychological Association, pp. 335-357, viewed 14 May 2012,!
  22. Davies, A., Fidler, D., & Gorbis, M. (2011). Future work skills 2020. !
  23. Evolving Learning Landscape" Current thinking about 21st century skills, and the learning experiences that support their development, are essential starting points for capacity building. A list of the workforce skills presented by Davies, et al (2011, pp. 8-12) include:" •  Sense-making •  Social intelligence •  Novel and adaptive thinking •  Cross-cultural competency •  Computational thinking •  New-media literacy •  Transdisciplinarity •  Design mindset •  Cognitive load management •  Virtual collaboration !
  24. Sustainable learning involves a pedagogic fusion between environments, tools, formats and meta-literacy capabilities. (Mackey & Jacobson 2011) Mackey, T P and Jacobson, T E 2011, ‘Reframing information literacy as a metaliteracy’, College & Research Libraries, vol. 72, no. 1, pp. 62–78.
  25. “Skills have become the global currency of 21st- century economies” (OECD, 2012, p. 10). In this context, skills are defined as the combination of knowledge, attributes and competencies that can be learned and that allow an individual to successfully perform a task. These skills can be built upon through continuous learning.The sum of the skills available to any given economy forms the human capital of the country.” OECD 2012, Better skills, better jobs, better lives: a strategic approach to skills policies, OECD Publishing, viewed 14 July 2012,
  26. Establish lifelong and life-wide learning as the central paradigm for the future. (Redecker et al, 2011, p.10). Redecker C, Leis M, Leendertse M, Punie Y, Gijsbers G, Kirschner P, Stoyanov S & Hoogerveld B 2011, The future of learning: preparing for change, Institute for Prospective Technological Studies, JRC European Commission.
  27. School of Information Studies Faculty of EducationSchool of Information Studies Faculty of Education The evidence is that technologies and social media platforms are driving an unprecedented re-organisation of the learning environment.! cc licensed ( BY NC ) flickr photo by Ward.:
  28. Connected learning is a real-world activity. It’s social. It’s active. It’s networked. It’s personal. It’s effective. ! creative commons licensed (BY) flickr photo by miss karen:!
  29. The urgent dimensions of learning! “The mechanisms for engaging with information and processes of learning in the acquisition of new knowledge has become a deeper process of individual and collaborative learning activities, problem solving and artefact development, occurring through an integration of face-to-face and online interactions within a community, involving absorption, integration and systemisation of the information received by the receiver in their own pre- existing cognitive structure, which are the result of personal experience, and earlier knowledge transactions”. Trentin, G., (2011). Technology and knowledge flows : the power of networks. Chandos Pub, Oxford.
  30. The urgent dimensions of learning! find, fold, bend, shape, make… !
  31. Learning today requires that education is built on reading and information seeking in a connected world....
  32. 32! Unlock the structure of an AIDS- related enzyme in 3 weeks!!
  33. 3D pen prints live cells on a damaged bone Neurosurgoens implant 3D printed skull 3D Digital Fabrication! Mobility components printed for size
  34. cc licensed ( BY NC SD ) flickr photo by Pete Prodoehl: Makerspace in your school!" Think smarter. Be new. ! Be creative! Untethered = Empowered!
  35. Our students, voracious social media users, may be hiding some of their story, faking perfection through their perfect-only final product. But, there is no “faking out” innovative educators – their teachers. Teachers know that the process of getting there is less than a perfect road and where the learning happens. The imperfect road becomes the strength of the lesson. ! Edudemic!
  36. Measure a 21st century leader? !
  37. c. 1970
  38. Pocket-sized moleskin notebook Evernote everywhere! c. 2014 ! Evernote integrates with FastPencil so you can publish your notes as a book!!
  39. •  Peer critiquing! •  User-generated content! •  Collective aggregation! •  Community formation! •  Digital personas! •  Digital Citizenship! Come to…! adding interactivity and connectivity to everyday things!
  40. Our digital information ecology is a remix of different forms of technology, devices, data repositories, information retrieval, information sharing, networks and communication. New technological tools are expanding — and fundamentally altering — the ways we can interact with each other and the world. !
  41. Knowledge as a Thing and a Flow! read in all contexts and differentiate ! in order to ! ! understand ! creative commons licensed (BY-NC) flickr photo by hjl:!
  42. Microlearning: hungry for knowledge nuggets! Microlearning ticks all the teaching boxes: bite-sized nuggets of content are easy to digest, understand and remember. Often mobile-friendly, visual and sharable, the short bursts of information leave you sufficiently satisfied and likely to come back for more.! At the BI Norwegian School of Business, through a number of pilot programmes, they have been adapting fragmented content to mobile devices, finding that the right mix of mobile learning makes courses more engaging and also helps part-time students stay up- to-date.! !
  43. Project Tomorrow Project Tomorrow: Empowering opportunities
  44. 2014 K-12 Horizon Project" Significant challenges in technology adoption:! ! Creating authentic learning opportunities! Integrating personalised learning! Complex thinking and communication! Safety of student data! Competition from new models of education! Keeping formal education relevant! ! ! Wicked challenge - ! keep formal education relevant!!
  45. Leadership in a ! connected age !
  46. 46   You could try .....! !
  47. You could try .....! !
  48. What’s the story with the yellow blotch?!! SearchReSearch blog! You could try .....! Hint - this is Stickman!!
  49. consider-the-source/#_ ! What if all Pixar Movies were part of the same timeline? Or you could try .....!! The step-by-step building of the Pixar map is basically show-how-much-you- know fun, the overall effort is perfect training in the research process.!
  50. Collection: INF530 Concept & Prac​tices in a Digital Age! ! You could try .....!
  51. The way you use a search engine, stream video from your phone, update your Facebook status, edit a wikipedia page, matters to you, to me, and to everyone, because the way people use a new medium in its early years can influence the way that medium is used and misused for centuries to come.!
  52. cc licensed flickr photo by assbach: Gather Seek Follow Explore Cultivating scholarly inquisitive mindsets!
  53. More content, streams of data, topic structures, (theoretically) better quality - all of these in online environments require an equivalent shift in our online capabilities.
  54. .... because your knowledge and my knowledge, based on what search results we are served, may be very different from each other. Siva  Vaidhyanathan  in  The  Googlization  of  Everything,   Google creates the illusion of accessibility creative commons licensed (BY-NC-SA) flickr photo by ptrlx:!
  55. ! Your data points if you are logged in!!
  56. !
  57. It is no longer far-fetched to envision a world where all objects and devices are connected to act in concert. NMC Horizon Report: 2014 K-12 Edition! creative commons licensed (BY-NC-SA) flickr photo by the waving cat:!
  58. The world's first microchip, handmade in 1958 by Jack Kilby. This piece of history won Kilby a Nobel Prize and represents one of the first steps leading to the modern computing era. ! ! Come from…!
  59. The ‘back-story’ of the digital revolution – digitisation for information storage, retrieval, accessibility, and usage that has changed the face of the digital information ecology in the current era. creative commons licensed (BY-NC-SA) flickr photo by Tal Bright:!
  60. Lost collection of Andy Warhol art recovered from floppy disks!! Data longevity!
  61. Doomsday Reloaded"! In 1986, 900 years after William the Conqueror’s original Domesday Book, the BBC published the Domesday Project. The project was probably the most ambitious attempt ever to capture the essence of life in the United Kingdom. Over a million people contributed to this digital snapshot of the country. !
  62. Big Shift in 25 years! creative commons licensed (BY-NC-ND) flickr photo by 144ben:!
  63. creative commons licensed (BY-SA) flickr photo by Ian Muttoo:" The Web is not the Internet!
  64. powerful search | dynamic table of contents | easier to navigate!
  65. It is about common formats and metadata which allow for integration and combination of data drawn from diverse sources. Think APIs!!
  66. Google Knowledge Graph! When you search, you’re not just looking for a webpage." You’re looking to get answers, understand or explore. "
  67. Semantic Writing Zemanta and Open Calais!
  68. Gapminder fact-based world view"!
  69.! Google Flu Trends !
  70. Semantic Search Engines!
  71.! Google Public Data Explorer!
  73. Europeana enables people to explore the digital resources of Europe's museums, libraries, archives and audio-visual collections. Linked Open Data on the Web. The site currently contains metadata on 3.5 million texts, images, videos and sounds.
  74. MUCH ! Much more than just BIG DATA and cloud storage!!
  75. virtual and physical spaces! learning approaches! knowledge creation processes!
  76. .... what is your discovery interface? " Context aware:! • Points on the curriculum and the interest continuum! Access aware:! • Interfaces to support searching and discovery! Search aware:! • Natural, predictive, responsive! Results aware:! • Multimodal, multi-depository, relevant, filtered! How do you stack up? Your leadership context! !
  77. .... strategic directions for knowledge interactions New skills New knowledge New metadata New open access New global connections New learning community Your leadership context! !
  78. At last we are connected together in leading and learning!
  79. …if we draw on expertise for ways of supporting learning in the newly emerging Web 3.0 information ecology!
  80. !
  81. heyjudeonline" Judy O’Connell"" Judy O’Connell"