For my Virtual Symposium contribution, I’ve shared some slides, which my fifth grade students made as part of their Dream Library Design presentations. They had a lot of fun with this project and I learned a lot about the participatory experience by engaging with them and allowing myself to be inspired and delighted by their ideas. The kids used emerging technology to create their slideshows as did I for this culminating slideshow. While the students used Google Slides to create a presentation they could share in person, I wanted to be able to record my presentation and share it with you digitally. I tried a lot of different screen sharing platforms including Camtasia. Camtasia is neat because you can edit and add music and work with multiple tracks. I made a cool video but, in the end, I chose not to subject you to the giant watermark in the center of each slide, which appeared because I used the trial version of the software (no watermark = $250). Thanks to a fellow classmate, I was reminded of Zoom. You can create a meeting, share your screen, and record it. Then I shared the Mp4 to YouTube. Simple but it worked. All in all, this week was a lesson in emerging tech, which was of course the intended goal. Enjoy my little project.