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LiTTech Show #35

Welcome to LiTTech: Building a Bridge to Media Literacy- Part of the Ed Reach Network. Giving educators a voice - a BIG voice.  You’ve reached show number  __35_____!: Please pet the animals: What is a tech petting zoo anyway?



**Begin live show intro:  Welcome to the  LiTTech Show! The show that highlights innovations and progress in Library Media Technology. And we are:

I’m your host....
Emily Thompson

Addie Matteson


Welcomes and introduction:
What’s the big thing that happened this week? Newsishness? Hurricane? Library news?

Digital Literacy Corps Kerfuffle.
http://agnosticmaybe.wordpress.com/2012/06/13/the-alafccdigital-corps-debacle/

Unquiet Librarian:
http://theunquietlibrarian.wordpress.com/2012/06/12/dear-fcc-and-ala-do-you-really-not-get-it/



Item 1:  What is a Tech Petting Zoo?
http://storify.com/librarianofdoom/penfield-loves-you-2012

Item 2:  Why have a Tech Petting Zoo?

It’s the kind of thing that libraries can do to show that we’re more than just books. Also, people really appreciate being able to play w/o pressure to buy.

Item 3: How do you set one up?
Network.
Try to get the most recent stuff you can.
Make it welcoming.
visibletweets.com
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Email:

We neglected to mention EasyBib in our Citation Managers podcast. They called us on it. Sorry about that, Kerry. We know that you guys are awesome!
 
http://easybib.com/

Final Segment:

What are we reading?
Addie: Neptune Noir: Unauthorized Investigations into “Veronica Mars” edited by Rob Thomas.

Emily: The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken.

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Looking ahead:

Live(ish) from ALA

That will do it for this week on the LiTTech Show.  

Emily Thompson emiathom@gmail.com @librarianofdoom librarianofdoom.com
Adrienne Matteson queenaddie@gmail.com @queenaddie

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