Chat log: Workshop #1 Kick-off Meet-up



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CHAT LOG: Workshop #1 Kick-off Meet-up

What are 21st century skills?

from Katy Schultz


computer literacy
from Janet Webb
computer literacy
from Victoria Dow
digital
from Teresa Pennington
technology
from Nanci Fenselau

computer skills


from Marianne Lohrman
Computer skills
from Barbara Gerhard
computer skills, media skills, social skills
from Regina Merrick
technology
from Marianne Lohrman
Social Media
from Jennifer Peterson
collaboration
from Liz Rowe-Rawlinson
internet literacy
from Steve Carter-Lovejoy
networking
from Victoria Dow
literacy!
from Marianne Lohrman
Cloud Computing

from Regan deVictoria


ability to quickly develop new tech skills
from Catherine Ahern
flexibility
from Dean Dey
recognize emerging industries
from Denise Kolber
ability to cope with constant change
from Tosha Bussey
listening skills
Comparison of 20th v. 21st century mobile phones

What skills do you need to use this 20th century piece of technology?
from Betha Gutsche
remember the "brick phone"?
from Janet Webb
reading numbers
from Marianne Lohrman
Read numbers
from Katy Schultz

manual dexterity

from Liz Rowe-Rawlinson
concept of on/off button
What skills do you need to use this 21st century piece of technology?
from Ahava Cohen
ability to adapt to a change in technology (no feedback about how loud a speaker is speaking on a cell phone)
from Victoria Dow
how to turn it on?
from Steve Carter-Lovejoy
call my son
from Barbara Gerhard
unlock it, a new concept
from Eric Dillalogue
how to navigate the interface
from Michele Ogle
How to navigate (swiping)
from Victoria Dow
manual dexterity - small fingers!
from Liz Rowe-Rawlinson
you need to know you must turn it on to use
from Denise Kolber
i'm behind the curve; i don't have one!
from Janet Webb
neither do I
from Nanci Fenselau
find online directions
from Katy Schultz
and find them from your phone!
from Ahava Cohen
So true -- I'm sitting at a wedding in Israel right now, connected to you all via my Android's mobile modem and a netbook.
from Jennifer Peterson

At a wedding?! I think that might be a first for a session I've produced ;-)


from Marianne Lohrman
Denise & Janet - get a used iTouch and you'll be able to use all the apps that iPhone has, plus have WiFi capability.

iTouch = no monthly data service contract


The 21st century library: audience and content driven
from judy sparzo
downloadable ebooks
from Teresa Pennington

ebooks
from Barbara Gerhard

nook class
from Tim Speasl
ebooks
from Caitlin Hoag
mobile app
from Janet Webb

ebboks, yes

from Nanci Fenselau

ebooks
from Victoria Dow


ebooks ereader support
from Dee Rondinella

ereaders
from Jane Dominique

playaways
The 21st century library: embedded in a community
from Stark Library
facebook
from Marianne Lohrman
Social media/Facebook class
from Nanci Fenselau

audiobooks


from Tim Speasl
language learning databases
from Cynthia Cameron

Book-a-librarian for one on one computer help


from betsy tweedy
ebooks also
from Dee Rondinella

social networking


from Victoria Dow
barcode scanning from smart phone
from Steve Carter-Lovejoy

digital photography


from Nanci Fenselau

chat reference


from Janet Webb
We have GALILEO, GA's 24/7 databases
from Janet Webb
People who hold the money still believer we are not embedded
from Victoria Dow
that's up to us to change that view
from Betha Gutsche
communication is a key 21 c skill
The 21st century library: library enlists community representatives to help teach, mentor and exchange skills
from Katy Schultz
LOVE the idea of calling it the 'coffee club'
from Craig Scott
agreed with Katy .. sounds like a terrific idea
from Dean Dey
There is a similar program called "Job Clubs"
from Jennifer Peterson

Every single one of the skills on the slide are addressed in

your story, Betty Jo!
from Betha Gutsche

Shift Happens video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cL9Wu2kWwSY

from Betha Gutsche

21c Skills bridge: http://www.webjunction.org/workforce-resources/-/articles/content/115503290


from Jennifer Peterson

Thank you, Betty Jo!


32 Things you (your library) can do
from Victoria Dow
considering idea from another participant - "book a librarian"
from Katy Schultz
At the Rondo library in St. Paul, MN we have a lot of these things going on!

We have a very cool program called CTEP that allows an americorps member (me) to run a computer lab and focus on programming


from Dean Dey
We are setting up 4 staffed job Centers in Delaware with untimed computers, and Learning Express software & Job and Career Accelerator
from Regan deVictoria

@victoria: i do that with computer assistance - they can make a one-hour appointment with me, and it works out well! hasn't turned out to be too much of a time suck...yet. :)


from Nanci Fenselau

We have dedicated computers with extended time


from Tammy Collins
We are considering separate computers for job seekers
from judy sparzo
We're offering a demo during the Friday am networking group to demo all the library's resources for job seekers
from Victoria Dow
@regan - thanks.. i have some great volunteers for this as well
from Janet Webb
We do have 2 displays with books about jobs and resumes and we do have one on one help for resumes and applications
from Ahava Cohen
We don't have public computers in our library, but most families do have computers at home, despite the amount of un- and under-employment.
from Victoria Dow
@Ahava how many still have connectivity at home? we saw many who gave up internet to save $$

from Steve Carter-Lovejoy

library is the place with help for your computer - for many, a home computer is a box that often doesn't work

from Ahava Cohen
My library is a small community; those who do have access tend to leave their WiFi open to allow their neighbors to connect, too.
from Victoria Dow
interesting!
from Caitlin Hoag
My library has tried to highlight our resources on our website:

http://www.kpl.gov/reference/career-support.aspx
from Regan deVictoria

@steve: i see that a lot, too. some patrons - especially but not always my seniors - have new computers sitting in the box.


from Jennifer Peterson

you could use your teens to help seniors get computers running


from Dean Dey
We are partnering with local agencies, offering use of the pubic computing sites to allow them to reach out to more patrons
from Victoria Dow
workshops on "frugal living"
Introduction to Workforce Resources and the Workshop Group on WebJunction
from Jennifer Peterson

We'll add them to a growing list on WJ:



http://www.webjunction.org/job-seekers/-/articles/content/115511601
from Jennifer Peterson

And the url to that area of the site has a friendly url:



http://www.webjunction.org/workforce-resources
from Jennifer Peterson

And you don't need to be a twitterer to benefit!



http://twitter.com/#search?q=%23LIBS4JOBS
from Victoria Dow
cool.
from Jennifer Peterson

#libs4jobs is the hashtag


from Jennifer Peterson

Group: http://www.webjunction.org/pc-workshop1


from Jennifer Peterson

Second workshop: http://www.webjunction.org/pc-workshop2

(remember to register for the July workshop!)

from Jennifer Peterson

You can share templates, resources, lists of links...anything that others would benefit from seeing!

No ideas, thoughts, comments are too small.

from Jennifer Peterson

Or too grandiose!


from Jennifer Peterson

Book: Where Good Ideas Come From, by Steven Johnson


from Janet Webb
The article about job grief was wonderful
from Craig Scott
thanks much ... looking forward to participating
from Barbara Gerhard

yes, I agree


from Nanci Fenselau

Yes it was. We are seeing that a lot


from Victoria Dow
yes - interesting post
from Denise Kolber
Excited to see what everyone is doing
from Kate Holmes
It also helps if you can relate personally to the topic.
from Barbara Gerhard

Thank you for your time.


from Janet Webb

I agree
from judy sparzo


thanks to all presenters!
from betsy tweedy

thanks for the opportunity to see what's going on with all the other libraries




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