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digital_advocacy_story

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Digital Advocacy Storytelling 

 

 

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In LS5633: Art of Storytelling, Literacy Matters cohort students developed digital advocacy stories based on a core value they hold in children's and family literacy.

 

From the course syllabus: "This is an individual project. In your original digital advocacy story, you will reflect your library values and promote a particular aspect of your library program. You will develop a storyboard using a Web 2.0 tool, develop a script, select an appropriate presentation tool or software, and make your story freely available on the Web. You will use social networking and participatory culture tools to seek feedback from a target audience and revise your final story presentation. You will use a Web 2.0 tool to develop a reflection on this assignment process and final product."

 

ALSC Competency:

VII. Advocacy, Public Relations, and Networking Skills
1. Utilizes effective public relations techniques and media to promote an awareness of and support for meeting children's library and information needs through all media.

 

The complete Digital Storytelling assignment sheet is found on Dr. Judi Moreillon's LS5633 course wiki. 

 

Sample Page: Please follow the directions on the sample page.

 

Links to Cohort Students' Work:

 

Elena Baeza
Partners in Preparing Children 4 School @ Your Library® Rolando Ramirez
Children's Literacy Starts @ Your Library®
Deborah Carter
You Are Due for a Checkout @ Your Library® Anita Shaw
Beginning with Literacy @ Your Library®

Luz Earley
1, 2, 3: Leap into Literacy @ Your Library®
Mandy Sheffield
Awareness of Your Audience = The Ability to Impact!
Mindy Enderle
Diversity Matters @ Your Public Library®
Amy Stafford
Nurture diversity @ Your Library®
Edgar Fuentes

Children's Librarians Put KNOWLEDGE in TECHNOLOGY

A. S.
Summer Reading Program = AMAZING! 
A. G.
Nurturing Lifelong Readers @ Your Library® 
Sabahat Vahidy
Be the Strongest Link @ Your Library!®

Kerol Harrod
Share the Magic @ Your Public Library®
Janelle Valera
Out of Bed and into THE EMBEDDED!
Monica Nichols
It Takes a Village to Raise a Child - Your Library Wants to be That Village
Cindi Wynia

Literacy Empowered Children Become Lifelong Library Advocates!

Leah Oswald
Partnerships for Better Parenting
April Zuniga
Families that Read Together, Succeed Together @ Your Library®

 

Reference

 

Association for Library Service to Children. 2009. Competencies for Librarians Serving Children in Public Librarieshttp://www.ala.org/alsc/edcareeers/alsccorecomps (accessed December 12, 2013).

 

 

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