3 November 2016
East Bay Educational Collaborative
Are you looking for some new tools to get you out of your presentation rut? Do you find yourself using Powerpoint again and again? This workshop, based off of Jennifer Thomas' first Media Smart session last spring, will give librarians the opportunity to explore a few powerful presentation tools, empowering them to build upon their digital toolbox. We will work to develop powerful "advocacy statements" to help focus the topic of your presentation and inspire you to actively engage with stakeholders. Participants should bring their own device because there will be time to work individually and collaboratively to put the tools into action!
Sam Simas, a member of the Media Smart Libraries team, is a graduate student at the University of Rhode Island. He is pursuing two degrees: the MLIS and the MA of English.
Alyssa Taft, a member of the Media Smart Libraries team, is a graduate student at the University of Rhode Island completing her MA of English and her MLIS with a certification in School Library Media.