Crisis Webinar Public Chat




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Moderator (joycevalenza): we blew it


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Chad Kafka: that's marketing; building your brand


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Susan Eley: Next year will be even worse


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Jeanne Swedo: I hv my job and my budget for next year already thank goodness


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): Joyce we started.......


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Brenda Anderson: It's done for this year in MCPS!


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MarkMoran: It's not over till we say it's over.


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Sarah S.: It's sad to see that these webinars usually hover around 100. Where is everyone? Those not here, aren't helping us!


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CathyJo in SC: Advocacy is still a huge need


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glenn: minnesota will be worse next year


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Doug Johnson: Our budgets are formulated in the fall for the next year. But the time recommendation goes to the board, it's too late.


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Brenda Anderson: Looking at what to do for next year


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): Linchpin is an excellent book.


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Moderator (joycevalenza): doug's Q


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MarkMoran: I've heard of several school boards reversing their deicsion in recent weeks.


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Cris: Yep, indispensable


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CathyJo in SC: YES indepsensable!


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MB: No, we cannot let us think that we blew it...we are too good for that. That is why we are here.


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Suzie Martin: Love


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Doug Johnson: And I don't get a cut!


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CathyJo in SC: Theif-->seth


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Karen Kliegman: The INdispensable Librarian-Doug J.!


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connect2jamie: need to read linchpin


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MarkMoran: Need to fight for every single position - you'll never get them back.


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Pat Elliott Ontario Canada: Our county has t-ls in our contract-- we still advocate al of the time-- Simcoe County Ontario Canada


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Suzie Martin: Love linchpin


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Diane Cordell: Indispensible AND flexible


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Alice Yucht: Problem is there are still too many "disposable librarians* out there!


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mrsdurff: indispensable to whom?


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CathyJo in SC: Soug that's a blog post waiting to be written--Seth is thief!!


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Moderator (joycevalenza): so nice to see you here, Mark! and charlene!


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Susan Eley: I AGREE - STUDENT LEARNING


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jag833: Boards don't always listen to the principal


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Alison Miller: I love the idea but not all administrators GET that


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CarolynG: Getting into the school improvement plan?


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MB: No librarian works for himself/herself.


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Sunbear: that happened for me this year! my principal said no way


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): STUDENTS being the key word.


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glenn: minnesota will have bigger problems next year will money


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Doug Johnson: And for teachers. Teachers have to see the need for you.


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John Howell: never read it...looks like I need to jump into this book


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Sunbear: when they wanted to cut me


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B Jordan: Presented school board with 15 min. video of interviews with collaborating teachers to educate them as to what we do, and Supt. too.


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Moderator (joycevalenza): any other vendors and pubs here?


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Alison Miller: @John me too!


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Doug Johnson: Hi Glenn, nice to have you here!


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Sharon S.: Hi Pat from simcoe Sharon from GECDSB here


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CathyJo in SC: B JOrdan EXCELLENT


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mrsdurff: maybe indispensable to students but according to whom?


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Amy King: My principal did! But the district had a larger picture, not building based. Grr


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Elaine Spencer: Exactly why we lost the position. She was NOT indispensible


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glenn: hi doug


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MB: STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT!


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John Howell: Love Seth Godin ~ that guy keeps me thinking


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): student centered at ALL TIMES and Achievement!


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Sunbear: gotta constantly market


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mrsdurff: how do we convince them - exactly


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Tiffany Whitehead: B Jordan, I'd love to see that, I'd like to do something similar


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Sunbear: educate


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glenn: i thought that after my email, i need to hear this


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Pat Elliott Ontario Canada: Hi Sharon


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): I do think we have to remember that administrators aren't our only audience, though. School board, local businesses, also important.


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Diane Cordell: That shift in focus really helps


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CathyJo in SC: Admin talks --often brief chunks


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Alison Miller: do you suggest going higher than administration if needed


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Alison Miller: ?


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Moderator (Buffy Hamilton): Parents, too


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): Talk to administration often, in brief chunks.


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): like Buffy does!


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CharleneBlohm: Don't forget the school board - they need to be briefed too.


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Moderator (joycevalenza): We have some models of this


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): and to parnet, too!


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Gail Dickinson: put library learning into the teachers lesson plans....don't let them just say "go to library"


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CathyJo in SC: yeah they wont read epistles


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MB: Yes, PARENTS!


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): parents even


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Diane Cordell: And the STUDENTS need to value what we do


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): Alison, I think you have to communicate on many fronts.


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Moderator (Buffy Hamilton): absolutely, see validity in it


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CarolynG: See our principal every morning for our morning TV show ...


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Brenda Anderson: get IL skills written into the curriculum


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MB: Like that reinforcement - COLOR!


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): Chris--I agree something visual is also good.


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Moderator (joycevalenza): and don't do inventory!


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Alice Yucht: admins need pictures because they can't always read big words.


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MarkMoran: Get your kids published!


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mrsdurff: content of said emails?


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B Jordan: @Tiffany. My contact info can be seen if you mouseover my name above. Contact me about the video.


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Jennifer LaGarde 2: haha @ Alice


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): Alice...buwaaa!


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Diane Cordell: So true, Alice LOL


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CarolynG: Yea Brenda!


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jag833: I like to put information about library in the school newsletter for principals, administrators, parents and fellow teachers to see.


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Cris: Hmmmm wonder if we could make a viral video about the indispensable librarian


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Amy King: Like Buffy's monthy reports! BRAVO!


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Gail Dickinson: if it is not instructional, don't do it


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Gretchen H.: ugh. inventory.


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Sunbear: we need to share what works


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Moderator (Buffy Hamilton): Thanks Amy!


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MB: Yes - @markmoran - PUBLISH!


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CathyJo in SC: LOL my admin NOTICES when we are in the paper--thats about it


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): You can even put statistics as the signature to your email.


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glenn: i hate inventory and shelf reading


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kellyb: love the email signature idea!


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Suzie Martin: Great idea, Carolyn


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Jennifer LaGarde 2: Good idea, Carolyn


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CarolynG: Use video


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Gretchen H.: Perfect sig idea!


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MB: GREAT THING IN THE LIBRARY


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Andrea Christman: @Carolyn...LOVE that idea! (stats in your signature)


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Moderator (joycevalenza): remember to gather your questions and great ideas. Q and A to follow and a chatzy room


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): I stole that from Julie Todaro of ACC


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Diane Cordell: I HATE fixed schedules


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Diane Cordell: Babysitting


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MarkMoran: Weekly/monthly reports are a great idea - everyone needs to remind others of their value - I even did that as an in-house lawyer who was very close to the CEO - had to let him know every week why I mattered.


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connect2jamie: Great idea, Carolyn! Stats in your sig!


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): Diane, me too!


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Adam T.: Bingo - connecting education to students aspirations


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Moderator (joycevalenza): if not, i will go


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Elissa Malespina: love the stats in sig idea!


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Dawn Nelson: "Advocacy – planned, deliberate, sustained effort to develop understanding and support incrementally over time." - Ken Haycock - last week at Computer in Libraries


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Gretchen H.: authentic assessment.


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Sunbear: even a short email of what's going on in the library this week has worked for me


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MB: Love the real-world connection


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Alice Yucht: Fixed schedules are NOT necessarily babysitting: you are teaching lifelong skills that students might not get if they are dependent on a teacher choosing to use the library


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Diane Cordell: Kids need access at time of need, not just on Monday at 10:30


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Alison Miller: universal library signature = include stats!


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): @dawn, great quote!


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glenn: buffy i need to apologize to you, when you were in Minnesota, I had to leave and I wanted to hear you,


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MB: That's for sure -they get it no where else.


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): @dawn Dawn Nelson: "Advocacy – planned, deliberate, sustained effort to develop understanding and support incrementally over time." - Ken Haycock - last week at Computer in Libraries


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Moderator (Buffy Hamilton): Glenn, it is OK---the weather was scary that day!


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Lyn Hay 1: They didn't take over student learning


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maryloucassotto: Librarians teach informational literacy...that breaches the digital divide.


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Chad Kafka: Hmmm - I disagree. In my school, our tech dept does very well developing, teaching and assessing the tech


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): YAY Tribes!


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Sarah S.: I think online learning and online classes are still up for grabs. We could be those people.


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MB: That we can do - be leaders of the 21at Century Skills - focus!


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Susan Eley: Ditto Chad


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Moderator (Buffy Hamilton): YES


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MB: AMEN


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Alison Miller: @SarahS for sure!


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Cris: In our state, it's a tech+librarian model -- both and -- IMPACT


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CathyJo in SC: ABSOLUTELY CHRIS H.


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mrsdurff: and then what?


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Diane Cordell: Right, Chris. Do what we can.

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