Room 1- Sec Tech Lab 1, Art Wing, 3rd Floor
Room 2 - Orsini Theatre
Building B, 2nd Floor
Room 3 - Sec Tech Lab 2
Art Wing, 3rd Floor
Room 4 - Primary Tech Lab
Building A, 4th floor
Session 1
9:30 – 10:55
Book trailers – Tim Boyer
Copyright/Creative Commons Dianne McKenzie
How to get yourself into your next jobKaren Gockley
The WIKI wand - Steve Weatherell
Session 2
11:00 – 12:25
Book trailers – Tim Boyer
Copyright/Creative Commons – Dianne McKenzie
Cataloging - where to begin? – Fiona Collins & CiCi Zhuang
The WIKI wand - Steve Weatherell
Session 3
14:05 – 15:30
Open lab - students
How to get yourself into your next job – Karen Gockley
Cataloging - where to begin? – Fiona Collins & CiCi Zhuang
Is the customer always right? – Shelley Bragg

"Make And Take" it with you! Presentation Summaries


Dianne McKenzie, Teacher Librarian, Discovery College, Hong Kong

"Copyright, copyleft, creative commons, public domain, fair use, attribution, permissions, - do these words confuse you about what is required when students do their work?"


In this workshop we will explore what they mean and how we can help our students use images, sounds, music, movies, etc in a way that allows for creativity and mashups rather than being restricted by rules not understood. We will also explore where to find media that can be used that is licensed under creative commons, public domain, copyright / royalty free, and most importantly how to teach attribution for this media.
This workshop will be based on the US copyright laws, which are the basis upon which many Asian countries copyright laws are created. It is your responsibility to find out what the laws are in your country. Access to internet during the workshop will help in your learning.
Dianne McKenzie is an MYP teacher librarian in Hong Kong at Discovery College. Has a passion for all things digital that enhances learning and creativity. She publishes a weekly blog on her learning journey on being a teacher librarian in an international school. http://librarygrits.blogspot.com. She can be found on twitter @dimac4.Take a look at this video if you can before you attend the workshop,
http://www.nfb.ca/film/rip_a_remix_manifesto


Please visit this site to see all the fantastic resources that Dianne has gathered together for this workshop - http://www.netvibes.com/dimac42#Copyright


Indication of target audience: all interested Librarians & Assistants


Karen Lee Gockley, Librarian, International School of Beijing, China

"How to get yourself into your next job"


Tips of the trade from cover letters and resumes to body language and interview questions from a seasoned professional who has worked both sides of the street as a Teacher, Librarian, and Principal.
This workshop will cover setting the stage for leaving one job and going to the next -- often the make-or-break difference, getting the interview for your dream job from the initial contact to the interview, your cover letter and resume, how to handle rejection, and what to do to get that person hiring to think you are the greatest, second chances and lost opportunities, how to handle rejection and make the next step to getting that job! Plus all those little things that make a big difference. Bring your computer, your cover letter, and your resume.

Indication of the target audience: All Interested

Fiona Collins, Head Librarian, Western International School of Shanghai, China

Cici Zhuang, Chinese Librarian, Western International School of Shanghai, China

"Cataloguing - where to begin?"


This tutorial style workshop will cover the basics of cataloging with a computerised Library system - What are the essential items to include? What is the Dewey Decimal System? What about subject headings and Marc records? Bring books you want to catalogue and we'll help to address your cataloging questions.

Cataloguing Presentation

Indication of target audience: all interested Librarians & Assistants


Steve Weatherell, Apple Distinguished Educator, Dulwich College Shanghai

"The Wiki Wand"


In this workshop you will create and begin to design your own wiki. The workshop will be held in a tech lab but if you have a laptop you are more familiar with, please bring it.
The Wiki Wand is an introduction to wikis for teaching.
How do you make your resources available to all of your students and colleagues?
How do you plan lessons with a variety of media content?
How do you ensure that everyone is using only the most recent version of your materials?
How do you combine planning and teaching in a single place?
Wave the wiki wand and weave the wiki magic!

Indication of target audience: all interested Librarians & Assistants


Shelley Bragg, Marketing Manager, Western International School of Shanghai, China

"Is the customer always right?"


Presentation and Workshop discussing customer service, and sales and marketing in the context of school libraries.
The workshop will focus on many different areas of sales and customer relations, and how that is of importance to school libraries. By taking an in-depth look at marketing in a business setting, you will be able to see how this equates back to your role in the Library, as a Librarian, a Librarian Assistant, and as a key promoter for your school. It will also look into staff management and training, touching on the challenges faced working in multi-cultural environments. It will include activities and group discussion.

Indication of target audience: all interested Librarians & Assistants


Timothy Boyer, Teacher Librarian, Shanghai American School-Pudong Secondary Library

"Book Trailers - Bringing Digital, Visual Excitement to Book Sharing"


Presentation of a variety of book trailers made by students and publishing houses and Workshop on how to create your own.
Learn how to make simple book trailers through imovie and Keynote/Powerpoint. Leave the session having made a book trailer or two yourself that you can show your students on Monday. Bring your own laptop or usb so that you can save your work.

Indication of target audience: all interested Librarians & Assistants