What’s on in Week 13
|When||Monday 19 October, 6pm – 7pm|
|Topic||Children and teens|
|Twitter Chat Champions||This week’s Twitter Chat Champions are:
|Can’t participate in the Twitter chat?||Storify archive|
New to Twitter chats? Check out the post on participating in a Twitter chat.
|When||Monday 19 October, 7.15pm – 8pm|
|Where||Online in the fancy new Blackboard Collaborate|
|Topic||Bringing it all together|
|Can’t make it to class?||Recording|
Things to read and watch
Read one chapter from: Smallwood, C. (Ed.). (2014). Bringing the Arts into the Library. Chicago, IL, USA: American Library Association.
Chapter 1: Making the case for cultural programming in Robertson, D. A. (2005). Cultural Programming for Libraries: Linking Libraries, Communities, and Culture. Chicago, IL, USA: ALA Editions. (This was also a reading in Week 6, so if you didn’t read it then, you should read it now!)
Pinko vs punk: A generational comparison of alternative press publications and zines in Wallace, M. K., Tolley-Stokes, R., & Estep, E. S. (2011). The generation X librarian: Essays on leadership, technology, pop culture, social responsibility and professional identity. US: McFarland & Company Inc, Publishers.
Things to do
Week 13 learning activity post
You need to complete your Week 11 learning activity. You can complete any of the six activity types that are included in Assignment 1 but remember you need to complete one of each type of activity over the course of the semester.
Marks for submission date
Remember, there are additional marks for submitting this activity within particular time periods. The breakdown is:
- Submit by the end of the nominated week: 2 additional marks
- Submit by the end of the following week: 1 additional mark
- Submit after the end of the following week but before the next check point: 0 additional marks
Argue a point of view
If you’re doing the ‘argue a point of view’ topic this week, you can choose from one of the following topics (argue for or against the statement). Please note I may not agree with all of these!
Prompts coming soon!
Alternatively, you can pick your own topic.
Polish up your forum posts
The second checkpoint for Assignment 1 is almost upon us! Make sure you spend some time polishing up your posts ready for marking.
We’ll be assigning your participation grades at the second checkpoint, so now is the time to get in and comment on your peers’ forum posts and get involved in discussions on Twitter to maximise your mark.