Welcome to Module 10: The Power of Stories

Greetings all! This week we turn our attention to STORIES! 

Stories and storytelling can have a strong impact..  Stories are powerful. This is a new module for our course. Please explore! No lecture this week to allow time for the Stacie Ledden chat.

UPDATE: There is now a Power of Stories option for the Director’s Brief. Thanks to @eleanorhill for her work on this!

Action Items:

  • Be sure to check your blog for pending comments. Dashboard –> Comments. You may see some that need approval.
  • Thanks to all who participated in the mid-term check in. Nice to chat with you about your progress and the class! If you didn’t contact me, there’s still time!

Upcoming #hyperlib Chats:  (There are no mandatory sessions but students are encouraged to attend if schedules allow. It will be a way for us to check in and keep in touch. Sessions will be recorded and available.)

  • October 19: TODAY! Stacie Ledden joins us at 4pm PT. Stacie is Director of Strategic Partnerships at Anythink Libraries. https://sjsu.zoom.us/j/572090072

Major Assignment Due Dates: UPDATED! See this post!

Blogging Assignments:

Please combine your final reflection into the Symposium.

 

2 thoughts on “Welcome to Module 10: The Power of Stories

  1. Genesee Rickel (she/her)

    @Michael – I just had an opportunity to share “The Power of Stories” video with a colleague who will be attending a meeting talking about making libraries more inclusive. She is a Children’s Librarian so I was particularly excited to share the video with her! I’ve shared more from this class with my colleagues than I have from any other class so far. Thank you for continuing to provide such relevant and interesting material.

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