Crisis Webinar Public Chat




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maryloucassotto: those helicopters must have gotten their attention!


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glenn: message to legislatures, school boards, principals and superintendents


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dj345: Our local paper did a great article on our school libraries for library Week.


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MarkMoran: change can happen with you, or to you.


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Diane Cordell: We are the Renaissance people in our districts...or should be


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CathyJo in SC: where can we read this one Buffy?


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B Jordan: Oooooh!


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CathyJo in SC: Flickr--check


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linda: where do you put the mind map? On your library website?


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Jennifer LaGarde 2: Great idea, Buffy.


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smowery: Like this!


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rudimyers: loves using Flickr with my blog/website


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Lyn Hay 1: Yes, I think Flickr providing great collection of evidence


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Alison Miller: awesome!


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): That's a nice idea...putting links behind the photo set.


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dj345: I need to post photos more often.


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Cris: Dare I say maybe BOB is not considered indispensable???


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rudimyers: needs to add mindmaps to my PR bag


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glenn: laurie are you taking notes for us


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Elissa Malespina: i do to


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smowery: like the organization as well!


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Diane Cordell: Love the visual element


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CathyJo in SC: Youtube--Im using Vimeo


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John Howell: that is a fantastic way to document the good work of our students as well as our work


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Moderator (joycevalenza): i love those reflections!


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B Jordan: Using Flickr and Delicious for students - love the mindmap


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greentealearner: Pictures make an awesome, self explaining portfolio


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maryloucassotto: How do you send you tube videos to parents...on website?


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glenn: blogs


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): Buffy is doing an excellent job of using YouTube


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CathyJo in SC: LOL twitter


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glenn: twitter is blocked at my school


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rudimyers: you can embed youtube/teacher tube on blogs


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smowery: Twiiter and Facebook


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Alice Yucht: Video especially useful for Back-to-School nights!


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): Just so, business partners on Twitter


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Karen Kliegman: some of these things don't work in elementary library


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MB: Yes, hot dogs are sold in NY by twitter


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Alison Miller: great point! not looking to students in twitter but the othes!


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Cris: You could embed YouTube videos in a Ning if your library or school had one


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CathyJo in SC: FB--ive seen many great examples of library FB fan pages


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MB: WE ALL ARE FANS to the Unquiet Library


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B Jordan: Yea, Twitter and FB both good PR agents.


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Tiffany Whitehead: Glenn -- all of the above are blocked at my school


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Karen Kliegman: facebook, twitter blocked at elementary level


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linda: So Facebook is not blocked at your school?


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Elissa Malespina: i wish i could get my admin to allow me to have one


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): Everyone...don't sweat trying to follow everything...this is all being recorded and will be archived..sit back and enjoy and revisit again later


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glenn: they are blocked at my school


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): Karen, we should brainstorm sites where you could share elementary school photos. Anyone have an idea?


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Karen Kliegman: photos are ok


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Karen Kliegman: just not fb and twitter


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Karen Kliegman: blocked


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maryloucassotto: Flash on your website?


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Gretchen H.: Even if things are blocked at school - much of audience is not accessing sites from school. Still worth it to use those tools.


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Diane Cordell: Note that Buffy is NOT limiting this flow of information to the school - creating ripples in the community


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mrsdurff: put a clustermap on your blog to see if anyone visits it


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Alison Miller: @Karen what about glogster edu or other sites that are seen as "safer?"


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Sarah S.: Buffy, do you update all of these at home after school?


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Karen Kliegman: @gretchen true


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B Jordan: Hadn't thought of putting stats on website


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): FB blocked at many schools, but people can see it at home


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CathyJo in SC: All of these tools are great for generating transparencye--but ons size does not fit all--use what brings comfort to you community


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Moderator (Christopher Harris): Admin perspective on social network use: http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/article/CA6724235.html


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Karen Kliegman: yes glogster edu -- we use it


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Amy Oberts: (Does she sleep?)


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Gail Dickinson: give administrators a list in the report of all of the tested classroom curricula that you taught


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leonard waks: This is so cool.


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dj345: We are encouraged to keep ours on our Schoolwires website.


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Alice Yucht: No, Buffy does not sleep.


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): wants to click the nose


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Moderator (Christopher Harris): Don't forget that the National School Board Association called for the use of social networking (appropriately) in schools


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CharleneBlohm: You can't overcommunicate - great to see so many communication channels being used


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mrsdurff: sleep is over rated


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Tiffany Whitehead: We are not allowed to communicate with students on any site that isn't monitored by the district


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Nancy White: I love all of these ideas - but can't help but wonder if that is reaching our target audience.


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glenn: buffy is up all night giving us great information


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Alison Miller: LOL @Gweneth me too!


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Carl Harvey: I use Facebook at home and have a page for my elementary library, but call is a Parent Connection page since my students aren't old enough. I have several parents who have joined!


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linda: She never sleeps and she looks fabulous, bur she has a portrait in her closet that looks like hell LOL


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Gail Dickinson: and also the number of minutes librarians teach grade level content curriicula through collaborations


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): The Spokane moms implied the idea of interviewing even other stakeholders--like how businesses are helped by libraries.


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CathyJo in SC: great reminder Chris


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Diane Cordell: (behave yourself, Gwyneth!)


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MB: Thanks, Chris. Buffy has great Administrators who support her.


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Alison Miller: oops @Gwyneth


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Terry Friedlander: This explains the influx of non-classroom/teacher users @PicLits


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): Allison [grins]


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MarkMoran: and these videos will be shown for years; think of what an archive you can build


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Cris: Wonder if librarians could take more of a lead in advocating for opening up Web 2.0 tools


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): @Diane [grins wryly] trying!


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): I've created a "district library blog" where all the librarians in our district can share things going on in their libraries.


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Moderator (Christopher Harris): @Tiffany (and others) be sure to follow district policy for use of social media! Be connected, but be legal too


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): A way we can build our district story.


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Moderator (joycevalenza): of course, cris! it's an IF issue


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glenn: 2.0 tools are great, if they are not blocked


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MB: @MarkMoran Yes, we can truly be there for the students.


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CathyJo in SC: MY blogging happens intermittently when time permits and a passion cant be squashed


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MB: PIONEER!


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Diane Cordell: That's O.K. Gwyneth - we love you for what and who you are!


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): ripples in the stream....a spray of web rocks start with just one! wiki, blog or webpage


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Amy King: Love that share the best practices! Buffy is so good at that!


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Moderator (joycevalenza): it's the librarians job to work to unblock


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CathyJo in SC: Amen to that JV


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Misti Sikes: Oh, that's at UGA!


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Karen Kliegman: working on it, Joyce!


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Alison Miller: absolutely!


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dj345: Keep wanting to "favorite" chat ideas as they scrool by.


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glenn: minnesota has 23 things on a stick, things on a stick and more things on a stick that has to do with 2.0 web tools


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Doug Johnson: Learning WITH is the key, I think.


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mrsdurff: i thought we were teacher librarians


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): Embrace instructional leadership


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Jennifer LaGarde 2: We can't focus on what is blocked. There's plenty that we CAN access and prove how these tools impact studnet learning.


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Tiffany Whitehead: I'm working to convince, but we have a lot of fear going on in our district


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Karen Kliegman: got youtube unblocked


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): @dj345 This will be archived and it saves the chat!


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Alison Miller: @dj345 I know!


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Sunbear: way to go Karen!


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maryloucassotto: Love Henry Jenkins.


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Alison Miller: w00t Dave Lankes!


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Cris: @Joyce, We used your blog entry on Web 2.0 as an equity issue in grad class for English teachers last week.


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): i will also post the chat as a RTF doc!


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rudimyers: Diigo delicious for rethinking collection


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Moderator (Christopher Harris): @Tiffany Try getting district to host their own social network with local implementation of open source like Wordpress, Elgg, or Drupal


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Diane Cordell: The library within and without the walls


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Moderator (Christopher Harris): Woot...Shoutout for the ebooks!


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Moderator (joycevalenza): and productions tools


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MB: I learn the mindset; I learn - - it is the roadblocks that fatigue me.


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Misti Sikes: cell phones


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maryloucassotto: Buffy, does your school let students use their iphones/


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Moderator (Gwyneth Jones): loves eBooks AND playaways...in additon to real books!


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Moderator (Carolyn Foote @technolibrary): And figuring out which ebooks/devices to get. People take this issue/question seriously. Great discussion to have with your stakeholders!


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Cris: Tangent --anyone thinking of using iPads in library?


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smowery: love the IPOD-book connecton


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glenn: all of these are not allowed at my schools


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Moderator (Christopher Harris): some of the new "books" on the ipads are amazing


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Moderator (joycevalenza): Cool, cris! glad to help
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