Paul Reynolds will be holding a workshop at FAME (Florida Association for Media in Education) Conference on Wednesday, Oct. 19, from 9 a.m. to noon in the Tangerine room.
Topic: Library 2.0 Storytelling Workshop
When: Wednesday 9:00 AM-12:00 PM - Tangerine
The digital age has rapidly and radically transformed how we live, play, work, and learn, and with it, the notion of the traditional library has been upended. Communities across the nation are grappling with impact on staffing, resources, and, sometimes even debating over the need and funding an “obsolete” institution.
So, how do we explain the increased value of the modern library to the general public? In Paul’s return appearance at FAME, he will lead a hands-on creative brainstorming session to create stories – with you and your colleagues - that help articulate and broadcast the urgent message that the modern library has increased and critical relevance in a rapidly changing world.
How can we convey the notion that the library as a mission-critical beachhead for innovations and creativity in our schools and communities?