CSLA Conference 2008 - Library 2.0 (Presented Nov. 20, 2008, Sacramento)

Powerpoint slides here.

Recording of this session: To view the recording, click this link : View the Elluminate //Live!// recording.


Do three things to increase your Personal Learning Network:
  • Start one new thing. an RSS Feed Reader or iGoogle or Twitter or start a blog or wiki
  • Select one new thing…to learn today and apply it;
  • Share one new thing…you learn with one person at your school or district.

  1. How many of you attended this workshop last year?
  2. Audience sharing – which Lib 2.0 tools / applications are being used? – 7 Dots (blogs, RSS feed reader, library thing, wiki, podcast, Ning, de.lic.ious, youtube, MySpace or Facebook, Second Life, Flickr, twitter, iGoogle, Extra dots)
  3. HandoutPLN.doc: Your Personal Learning Network – draw yours – share a little
  4. What is Library 2.0?
  5. Push vs. Pull
  6. Handout.Push and pullV3.doc: Push and Pull – add arrows to your chart
  7. Standards 2.0 – AASL and ISTE
  8. My Web 2.0 Journey
  9. iGoogle and David Loertscher – libraries and online courses (David in Second Life presentation)
  10. iGoogle, RSS Google reader, Facebook,
  11. Second Life
  12. School Library Learning 2.0 program
  13. Facebookand my daughter
  14. Flickr and Sara Kelly Johns
  15. Library 2.0 Tools Wiki from Joyce Valenza
  16. Twitter and election 2008
  17. Doctorate and organizing sources – Wikis for sharing - Diigo for organizing sources (High School Dropout List)
  18. iTunes…iTunes U – K-12 offerings. See “Dangerously Irrelevant report on educational blog use”. JoinSLJ Podcasts.
  19. handout. Library2.0 TakeAction.doc: Take Action
  20. Evaluation of Elluminate - http://www.quia.com/sv/236861.html

Resource List
Related Links
1. School Library Learning 2.0 / Classroom Learning 2.0 - http://schoollibrarylearning2.blogspot.com/index.html
2. Library/School/Web 2.0 Tools Organized by:
3. AASL Standards - http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/aasl/aaslproftools/learningstandards/standards.cfm
4. ISTE Standards - http://www.iste.org/Content/NavigationMenu/NETS/ForStudents/NETS_for_Students.htm
Other Resources