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  • 1. Modern Versus Ancient in the School Library

2. You will understand how themodern and ancient library wereaffected by.. The Importance of ComputerTechnology Change in Technology Degrees of Technology Acceptance The Evolving of Technology 3. The Importance of ComputerTechnology Varying levels oftechnology hardware,software, andexpertise are in thelibrary. Who, what, and whymust be addressed asthey relate to schoollibrary technology. Profession at stake Becomeleaders/experts intechnology (necessaryskills) 4. Change in Technology Materials (not modern): Books, magazines,print media, records, filmstrips, recordplayers, projectors, and card catalog Computers: Different in 1969 and 2009 How much is enough technology? Askyourself that question. Study: (Keith Curry Lance) Regardless ofthe state, technology extends the reach ofan effective library program, with evidenceshowing that schools with effectivetechnology programs have more effectivelibrary programs. 5. Degrees of TechnologyAcceptanceDegrees According toKochtanek andMatthewsDegrees 1st Bleeding Edge:Eager to implementany new type oftechnology application;Wants to lead 2nd Leading Edge:Eager to usetechnologicalinnovations, but willsee if they are Bleeding and LeadingEdge For Better or Worse Trailing Edgesuccessful; Supportedby administrators 6. Degrees of TechnologyAcceptance 3rd For Better or Worse : Being in awedge; Not leader in technology;Satisfied; Not risk takers; Safeapproach; Vast majority4th Trailing Edge: Have to bedragged to accept any newtechnology; Lack of willingness tomove forward; Have an excuse;Rarely change The Trailing Edge-At risk Wedge (3rd)- At risk and dontunderstand why 7. The Evolving of Technology*School librarians emphasis technology lessthat the public and academic librarieso 1. Curriculum SystemsUsing college computer systemsFirst library function in the school library to beautomatedDid not begin to appear in school libraries until1980Viewed as a repetitive task that could be doneby nonprofessionals 8. The Evolving of Technologyo 2. Security Systems First technology that many school librarians had the opportunity to use Saved money(80%-90% of lost book costs)3. Cataloging, Library Systems,and MARCLibrary of Congress Cataloging or Dewey DecimalClassification SystemAcademic libraries used on campusComputer systems to automate catalog functioning 9. The Evolving of Technologyo 4. Personal ComputersTwo developments brought personalcomputers First: Development of the transistor at BellLabs in 1947 Second: Development of the silicon chipmade per computer in cantation possible Used to automate some library functions Made the following functions possible:circulation, cataloging, and use of librarycatalog Invention of networks Can see what has been added to thesystem or checked out 10. The Evolving of Technologyo 5. Audiovisual Equipment andMaterials School Library- Home of audiovisualhardware and materials such as filmstripprojectors, videotapes, record players, andcassette players Level- Have to have a level of repairexpertise Today- ADVD players are distributedinstead of film projectors and computerprojectors are used to stream videos 11. The Evolving of Technology 2 Videos:1. Technology in the 1980s 2.Kids of Today vs. 1980sTechnology 12. The Evolving of Technology Internet and digital resource-profound effect Prior to Internet and digital resources, books,magazines, and encyclopedias were used Readers Guide and Periodical Guide were used Info-Trak (articles on microfiche) led to BibliographyReference Service or Dialog (used for onlinesearches) 13. The Evolving of Technology Internet and Electronic Resources: BRS and Dialog Led to the Internet Nature of the net Webpages can becorrect, biased, or incorrect Electronic Databases Provideinformation that is always correct(general and specific) Specialized College and elementarystudents Periodical 2,000+ (Magazine andindex) Participatory Database Wikipedia 14. The Evolving of TechnologyThe following pictures are some examples of technology: 15. Technological PointsTo maintain relevance, librarians haveto become leaders in technology. Give students the highest quality oflibrary services available. There is a broad scope of technologyin the school library. The days without technology are calledthe bad old days.Descriptions were given for thepossibilities of technology.