Crisis Webinar Public Chat




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Moderator (Buffy Hamilton): We aren't losing population here in Georgia, but we are losing teaching positions


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suefitz: Texas not feeling the cuts.


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Jennifer LaGarde 2: Right, Kellyb.


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): throws a quick hug to Dianne C, Brenda & Andrea...


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Gail Dickinson: stimulus funds saved virginia this current year....but it is gone for next year


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Alice Yucht: Districts are not hiring new teachers, just re-assigning tenured folk.


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Cris: Cool


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B Jordan: Losing my assistant in middle school


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mfbates 1: In Utah we always funding problems


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Moderator (Buffy Hamilton): Alice, same here although tenure does not really exist in Georgia


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MB: Who???


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Moderator (Buffy Hamilton): Seth Godin


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): nothing wrong wit dat!


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Andrea Christman: @thanks Gwyneth...interview 4 places on Wednesday...fingers crossed!


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Elissa Malespina: we lost one librarian position


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Irene Kwidzinski: His blog is great.


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Amy Oberts: Here, here!!!


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): Marketing is important too.


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MB: OK. Seth Godin.


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Amy Oberts: YES--you nailed it


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Jennifer LaGarde 2: I agree, Chris. We need to be better marketers!


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): Welcome to new participants who just came in...where are you from?


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Alice Yucht: Chris is referencing Seth Godin


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Cris: Wasn't he Clay Shirky's mentor???


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Diane Cordell: Loved Carolyn's recommendation, "Made to Stick"


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Doug Johnson: Good distinction.


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John Howell: @Alison ~ is Mrs. Zimar still the Sup at Dundee?


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Alison Miller: great book and aithor have it on my b shelf


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): @Andrea crosses her fingers & toes for her


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Gretchen H.: Our acquisitions budgets are being slashed but positions are mostly okay...


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Alison Miller: @John she just retired now Kathy Ring


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): I just heard the Spokane moms--wrote about their ideas on my blog http://www.futura.edublogs.org


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Karen Kliegman: that's true


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Moderator (Buffy Hamilton): Carolyn, fab blog post


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Diane Cordell: That was a great posting, Carolyn


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Moderator (Buffy Hamilton): S. Brisco is fierce


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): Carolyn's technolibrary's blog-great to RSS!


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Diane Cordell: She is very articulate


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Amy Oberts: Terrific


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MB: I have heard that there is money...where is it?


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CathyJo in SC: Enjoyed Carolyn's Spokane Mom post too!


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Alice Yucht: not marketing: OUTREACH


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Amy Oberts: Nice distinction, Alice


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): Seth Godin's books are excellent. Reading Linchpin now. Tribes is very very good for librarians to read.


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MB: Yes. Leaders. Passionate Leaders.


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connect2jamie: Would you say outreach is the same as marketing?


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Irene Kwidzinski: Would be good book for one book one conference


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): Outreach = Marketing - potato tomato


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Diane Cordell: Spokane Moms reminded us that we need to seek support OUTSIDE of the school building


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): Irene, yes, it'd be good.


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Moderator (joycevalenza): great idea, irene!


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): lol, Chris.


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Doug Johnson: No kidding.


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MB: Learning and information. Absolutely.


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Cris: I'd say there's a distinction


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Susan Eley: I completely agree with stressing student LEARNING rather than the "library"


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Alice Yucht: Outreach is much more active: you've got to make the effort to get beyond your own comfort zone


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): 110 in the room! Go library power!


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Gretchen H.: I think whatever it's called, it needs to be supported with data. Assessment data (assessing our programs, our student learning, our impact).


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Diane Cordell: Sell the services


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Alison Miller: Sat in on a webinar - keynote said marketing is the last profession to integrate into the library profession


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Gail Dickinson: it is not about us....it is about students and learning


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MB: I DO... I think we DO need to brand.


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maryloucassotto: Who are we supposed to market to? parents? other teachers? superintendents? state leaders?


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connect2jamie: Absolutely!


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Doug Johnson: @your library program was very much marketing.


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Jennifer LaGarde 2: I agree, MB. We *do* need a brand.


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Lyn Hay 1: Agree MB re needing to brand - nessential


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): MB i also agree about Branding


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): Spokane Moms reminded me that data is important, but you have to gear what you advocate to each interest group's concerns.


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Diane Cordell: The community, businesses - we need their support


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Brenda Anderson: always about the students and what they are learning


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Adam T.: All education is marketing. Telling stories that capture the imagination


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Moderator (joycevalenza): if you are a poopyhead


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Karen Kliegman: picking on dewey?


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Karen Kliegman:


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Susan Eley: lol joyce


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B Jordan: Problem is those librarians aren't here.


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): lol, don't be a battle ax librarian


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Sunbear: lol, joyce


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MB: Love what Buffy does; reach out to the teacher based on what the students query!


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Moderator (joycevalenza): right on!


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): Branding is for the kids...community...parents


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kellyb: hear, hear!


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Alison Miller: does not transition into college either


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Chad Kafka: Information into Knowledge


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Diane Cordell: But it helps them locate resources


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Moderator (Buffy Hamilton): Focus on what kids CAN do in the library, not what they can't do while in the library


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connect2jamie: Yes!!


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Amy Oberts: Hmmmm....have to disagree...locating info is a necessary first step


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Jennifer LaGarde 2: Bravo, Chris!


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John Howell: this article may go along with the marketing conversation http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/03/11/how-would-you-sell-your-school-to-potential-students/?partner=rss&emc=rss


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): If you've just joined the chat, please tell us where you are from. Welcome.


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Gail Dickinson: we should go home each night asking...how did I help students learn today


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CathyJo in SC: Exactly @Allison


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): hugs her Melville Dewey plushie doll


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Cris: http://www.shirky.com/weblog/2010/01/a-rant-about-women/ good to learn about the need to market our selves & our profession


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Alice Yucht: Chris: get off that hobbyhorse. Many of us teach DDC as an *example* of how info can be organized, not as a be-all/end-all.


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Suzie Martin: Whatever you call it, we have to be positive and visible.


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Moderator (joycevalenza): perfect mantra, Gail!


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mrsdurff: ROFL


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Chad Kafka: We have a few of those


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Elissa Malespina: how do you do that when you have one you work with?


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MB: Yes, we know that Hallmark card...


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Sunbear: yeah, how to get them out of the way


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Sunbear: YES!!!


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Karen Kliegman: how true!


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jag833: Don't forget about the books - students need to be able to find them with Dewey


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Doug Johnson: Progress - one funeral at a time!


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Sunbear: this is a big problem


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Gail Dickinson: once those worksheets weren't purple and longer and didn't smell so good....no reason to teach them


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Diane Cordell: Could say the same about teachers & admin - we need leaders on all fronts


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Alison Miller: who teaches LOC to send their students into college to find a book?


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connect2jamie: LOL @Doug


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Irene Kwidzinski: Lead, follow or get out of the way!


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kellyb: @doug - ha!


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Chad Kafka: Agree @DianeC -- leaders needed at all levels


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Alison Miller: in addition to teaching ddc


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Moderator (joycevalenza): i posted that recently, irene!


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MB: I really believe in what you are saying, Chris!


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MB: Yes, Brilliant.


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Irene Kwidzinski: That's why I just love you!!!


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Laurie Conzemius: We have places where teachers who couldn't hack it in the classroom were moved into the library.


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CathyJo in SC: Kids learn it whatever "it" is when they need it, not during orientation.


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Diane Cordell: Yes, mediocrity is the fast track to oblivion


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Cris: We have to make ourselves indispensable.


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): Good to Great!


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Moderator (Buffy Hamilton): Cathy, yes


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): lol Counsel Oyt


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): out even


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mrsdurff: agreed


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B Jordan: @Cris: You've got that right!


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Doug Johnson: But there will only be 118 of us left!


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Alison Miller: cutting out no different than other professionals


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): It's never too late. Our budgets aren't done in Texas, anyway.


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Chad Kafka: Our budgets are figured out in Feb


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Alice Yucht: in NJ: school board elections are tomorrow!


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): @ Doug J....LMAO...


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Jennifer LaGarde 2: They aren't "done" in NC either.


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connect2jamie: Counsel out--I know a few people that fall into that category.


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CathyJo in SC: we have been told one of us will be cut at our high school of 2600--thankfully the cut one is being relocated to a middle school.


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CharleneBlohm: never say never!


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MB: Yes, maybe too late - BUT NOT TOO LATE FOR US!


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Moderator (joycevalenza): there is next year, chris


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): but we have to be proactive. Now is the time to plan for next year.


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jag833: Yup, it's all about money in Canada


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Diane Cordell: Local school boards very responsive to public outcry
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