February 24, 2018

The Advocate's Toolbox

Secrets of the Remix Mash-up YouTube Generation


Presented by: Learning Bird & School Library Journal

Event Date & Time: Tuesday, November 17th, 2015, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM ET / 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PT

Register NowKnow your Memes, tropes, and teach it YouTube style! Being culturally literate and hip to the Interwebs keeps us relevant and inspires instant student engagement. Teaching our kids about intellectual property shifts, content curation, and Creative Commons while still embracing the digital remix YouTube generation is part of a critical new toolbox for creative student (and teacher!) expression.


Gwyneth A. Jones, aka The Daring Librarian, is a blogger, a Tweeter, an international Ed Tech speaker, trope and meme archivist, creator of content, a citizen of advocacy, and a resident of social media. Gwyneth is a Google Certified Teacher (#GTAWA11), and the author of the award winning The Daring Librarian blog. In recognition of being a change agent in her field, Ms. Jones was named an Innovator and a Mover & Shaker by Library Journal Magazine in 2011, a Gale/Cengage New Leader 2010, and the Best of the Best and a Visionary Leader by Teacher Librarian Magazine in 2012. She was honored to have served on the 2011-2014 ISTE Board of Directors representing all PK-12 educators and school librarians.  Her work & writings have been featured in the New York Times, The Washington Post, and the Huffington Post. Admittedly, she’s also a goofball, a geek, and ridiculously humble.

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  1. J Matthews says:

    Would love to attend this webinar but no way to register for it.
    Email link doesn’t work on my system to notify of “needing help getting registered”.

    • Andrea Simmons says:

      If you click on the “register” button above then click on the “launch presentation” button in the left column of the event page, it should take you right in to the presentation. The session is also being recorded, so you can watch it as of November 18th from the event archive. I hope you are able to join.

  2. Holly Ristau says:

    Thank-you, Thank-you, Thank-you!
    For this webcast!
    For having it at a time of day that I could access it and not skip class!
    For being so helpful!

    I’m not clear as to how to get the page of links referred to in this webcast, so please let me know… Though I took notes, I’m sure I missed something.

  3. It was such an honor to have this conversation with our amazing school librarians & technology leaders! Thank you for the invite! Cheers!
    ~Gwyneth Jones

  4. Hi Holly! Thank you so much for attending! Here’s the wikipage I shared with all the videos, links, & resources! http://thedaringlibrarianpresents.wikispaces.com/Remix_Mashup

    The link is also on my latest blog post and if you Google “daring presentations” it’s the first hit, look on the left for the list of my speaking engagements, keynotes, & webinars.
    Thanks again,

  5. Are you guys going to have one more webcast or not? I missed this one. Please let me know latest one?