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Crisis Webinar Public Chat


Joined on April 19, 2010 at 7:45 PM


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Moderator (Christopher Harris): rather I have a say in it


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Moderator (joycevalenza): hey gwyneth!


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Diane Cordell: Hi, Gwyneth!


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): WOWIE!~


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Buffy Hamilton: Yay!


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Moderator (Christopher Harris): must resist WoW training...want to yell clear vent and start setting up healing assignments


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Diane Cordell: Is this a real crisis or a perceived one?


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Buffy Hamilton: LOL


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Doug Johnson: Did you see the librarian sex survey just released?


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Moderator (Christopher Harris): LEEEEEEEEROOOOOOOY JENKINS!


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Diane Cordell: Will eventually


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Buffy Hamilton: Oh, I LOVE my iPhone


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Elissa Malespina: eventually oh and I also love my iphone


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Diane Cordell: ...and my little netbook for travel is perfect


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Dawn Nelson: I'm playing with one now. I ordered 3 for checkout for our library media specialists.


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Buffy Hamilton: Did you see the purported pics of the iPhone 4?


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Buffy Hamilton: Not yet


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Buffy Hamilton: Let me think on that


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Moderator (joycevalenza):


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Laurie Conzemius: I love the way you ignored Doug's innappropriate question!


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Diane Cordell: No we don't Chris!


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Moderator (joycevalenza): snore


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Moderator (joycevalenza): not for you, for the DDC!


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Moderator (joycevalenza): hmmmm, anyone


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Diane Cordell: Elementary kids especially need the books


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Laurie Conzemius: Absolutely - we need spaces for books!


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Susan Eley: Yes...


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Elissa Malespina: yes


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Buffy Hamilton: There was a good discussion at CIL about that in one of the sessions, but I did not get to attend it b/c I had to leave.


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Diane Cordell: Why restricted?


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Diane Cordell: Once teachers get them in their rooms they won't let go!


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leonard waks: I like books. And while I don't like the Dewey system, I love LC. I think kids , at least HS kids, should have a map of knowledge. The LC system is a good map.


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Suzie Martin: Who says you can't do both?


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Moderator (joycevalenza): with a cool map or funnel system?


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CathyJo in SC: Hello everyone!!


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Laurie Conzemius: How would you decide which books to put in which room?


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Buffy Hamilton: Hi Cathy!


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Susan Eley: I am a K-4 librarian and I have read and am still looking for more studiesthat support this, but I believe comprehension goes down with electronic versus print


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dj345: Are you paying for the new computer system?


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Moderator (joycevalenza): yes!


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Diane Cordell: Hi, Cathyjo!


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Diane Cordell: Troublemaker!


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Buffy Hamilton: My students would absolutely revolt if there was not a choice.


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Buffy Hamilton: Print or ebook


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Diane Cordell: Assuming the teacher can use it. Snark, snark


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leonard waks: I alsoi think it is a very good idea to have a central information zone in the school. Teachers should be able to send the kids to the information center without having to do a search.


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CathyJo in SC: wow 38 already--a who's who in libraries!!


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Susan Eley: I understand now


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Laurie Conzemius: I like to think an open library allows unrestricted access!


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Doug Johnson: Interrupt classes to gain access?


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Diane Cordell: Who would develop the collection?


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Doug Johnson: Books walk away?


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Susan Eley: I would not mind that at all, especially as I see more money thrown at teachers for them to develop classroom libraries without knowledge of collection development


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Doug Johnson: Who does collection development?


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Susan Eley: But I do believe in library as "creative space"


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leonard waks: Fiction: I like it in central source too, but multiple copies throughout the school for books that are highly loved and suggested


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Suzie Martin: I have a central library and collections cataloged in rooms. Sharing happens all the time.


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Doug Johnson: Who gives reader support?


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Susan Eley: Yes, I agree


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Diane Cordell: And then what - a computer lab instead of a library?


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leonard waks: If the library is only a warehouse, then scrap it. It should be a central utility used every day by kids.


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Diane Cordell: We already have art rooms


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Doug Johnson: I have 36 kids in a 900 sqft room. And a library collection?


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Alison Miller: @Diane essentially


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Susan Eley: I'm on board with your ideas.. a LIBRATORY


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leonard waks: And it should have lots of online accesws and terminals.


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Diane Cordell: My district didn't have the budget for more tech tools.


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Buffy Hamilton: Would this be the same thing as novel/book sets that are inventoried and circulated?


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Diane Cordell: Except those blasted IWBs


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rcarrier: If Es fiction is in the classroom, how would you ensure equal access for all students in a grade level? Multiple copies for each classroom?


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Laurie Conzemius: Why should they have to leave that space to find fiction?


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leonard waks: Diane, if your district scrimps on tech it will close.


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Dotty: I think we should have libraries with books. Watch someof the scinece fiction such at Time Machine and lok what happened to libraries. Nothing beats touching a books


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Diane Cordell: Upstate New York here


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Alison Miller: As a YA public librarian I always partnered with my school library - often bringing book bundles of fiction


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CathyJo in SC: Clover, SC


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Tiffany Whitehead: Baton Rouge, LA


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Misti Sikes: Macon, GA


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Terry: Shelton, CT


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Brenda Anderson: Kensington, MD


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Judi Repman: Hi from Statesboro, GA


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Anne Arriaga: hayward, CA


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Susan Eley: Mt Laurel, NJ - scary state right now!


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Irene Kwidzinski: Connecticut


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Buffy Hamilton: Canton, Georgia


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Suzie Martin: Morgantown, WV


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Marilyn - Langley: langley, British Columbia


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Andrea Christman: Maryland, right outside of Washington, DC


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Elissa Malespina: South Orange NJ


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Alison Miller: Finger Lakes, NY


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Marianne Hunter: WA


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Laurie Conzemius: Minnesota


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Doug Johnson: Doug from Minneso-duh


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kthompsononw: Olathe , KS


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dj345: Gainesville, TX


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B Jordan: upstate South Carolina, Fort Mill


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Mary: Lincoln, Nebraska


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Dotty: San Jose California


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bj neary: Oreland PA


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rcarrier: FL


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leonard waks: I all, I have to go to dinner, in Bridgeport CT, but "I'll be back".


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Renee: Renee Teague, Waynesville, NC


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Kathy Lester: Brighton, MI


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janalbright: pittsburgh, pa


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Lois Vail 1: Burlington Wisconsin


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Sharon S.: Windsor On Canada


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Jeanne Swedo: Laguna Niguel, CA


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Diane Cordell: They were put in every room before teacher buy in


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Dawn Nelson: Minnesota - Minneapolis Area


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JimBurke@ME: Maine


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Moderator (joycevalenza): So many good friends here


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Jeanne Swedo: Go SKJ


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Diane Cordell: Yes, SKJ for ALA


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CathyJo in SC: I have VOTED!! for SKJ


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Buffy Hamilton: Yes, voting is fast and easy!


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Elissa Malespina: I also voted for SKL


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Elissa Malespina: 'sorry SKJ


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Doug Johnson: Vote early and often.


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Pam: Maine


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B Jordan: I voted for SKJ


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Diane Cordell: Doug, you scamp LOL


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Doug Johnson: Survey is at http://tinyurl.com/y7c6jjv


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Jennifer LaGarde 2: Jennifer Lagarde: Wilmington, NC


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Linda Keesing: Hi from Ridgewood, NJ


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Diane Cordell: Sounded fabulous, Carolyn


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Jeanne Swedo: Air Force One just landed at LAX.. hmmmm


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Tiffany Whitehead: I'm here via my brand new MacBook, by the way...I'm VERY excited


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Moderator (joycevalenza): i watched the twitter stream jealously


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): THe conference was fabulous!


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Buffy Hamilton: It sounded terrific


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Diane Cordell: Those Seattle Moms are great!


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Diane Cordell: Go, Gwyneth!


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Buffy Hamilton: I hope my slides don't break Elluminate


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Amy Oberts: I'm in Bloomington, IL...the only thing saving my time right now is a fixed schedule


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Marianne Hunter: They are Spokane Moms!


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CathyJo in SC: Am campaigning for SCASL to have the Spokane Moms!! for next spring


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Amy Oberts: Hi, Carolyn!


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Diane Cordell: Oops, sorry!


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Sunbear: Minnesota


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judygressel: Judy Gressel, Winnetka IL


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Gretchen H.: Northern Virginia!


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Karen Kliegman: NY Hi ladies! and gentlemen!


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Alice Yucht: Hi from central New Jersey. my Twitter handle is ayucht


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cloudyday: Nanjing, China


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Buffy Hamilton: Hello everyone!


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Doug Johnson: Alice!


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Susan Eley: Amy, did you hear about the libararians in Bloomington, IN, home of a great SLIS at Indiana Univ. - all librarians except one were RIF'ed


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Sunbear: hey Doug


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JimBurke@ME: Pam. . . .Were you a librarian in Harpswell?


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Sunbear: Hey Buf


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Doug Johnson: Hey, Tori!


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Amy Oberts: Will the slides be available on slideshare or something comparable?


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Karen Kliegman: Excited to hear from my friend Buffy H.


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Sunbear: did you get my note on Integrity?


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nlarimer: Lincoln, Nebraska


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Buffy Hamilton: Hi Karen---so happy you are here!


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Buffy Hamilton: Hey Tori!


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L Straube: L Straube, Winnetka, IL


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Amy Oberts: Can we download the slide set?
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