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#AASL13 Revisited – My Last Day

After such a LATE evening the night before, I slept in, missing the first session. When I arrived I went back to the E-Learning Commons to hear a PLN memnber Francey Harris leading a discussion on teaching digital ethics! Glad I got there in time to be a part of that! This is also where I […]

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After a full day of sessions and connecting, I returned to the Learning Commons to meet up with Anne Lemieux, Diana Carr, Dawn Nelson, Sally Mays, and Carolyn Foote, and after dropping our bags in Carolyn’s room at the Marriott, we walked over to the Capstone Mixer at the Science Discovery Center next door. Here […]

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#AASL13 Revisited – Day 3; Part 1

Friday was my LONGEST day of the conference, and that’s saying a LOT considering my Wednesday schedule with a 4AM wake-up call.. Since so much happened this day, I am posting this in two parts. This post will feature events directly from the AASL scheduled conference at the Convention Center.   Decisions, decisions I had […]

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#AASL13 Revisited – Day Two

I had nothing scheduled for Thursday morning as I wasn’t doing any preconferences, and nothing else really began until just before lunchtime. I decided to sleep in and make up for the day before‘s long day that had begun at 4AM. I arrived at the convention center around 10AM, catching the bus from the hotel […]

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#AASL13 Revisited – Day 1

I promised to break my #AASL13 reflection down and not overwhelm you all with long wordy posts.  But you know I just can’t help it.  My friend Pat Hensley over at Successful Teaching recently modeled sharing session by session, and that is a great way to do this, but I don’t take notes very well. […]

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Our committee was selected for a pre-conference session for Wednesday, November 13, from 1:00-4:30PM. Presenters  from our committee included Committee Chair Heather Moorefield-Lang, Melissa Jacobs-Israel, Dr. Donna Barrata (immediate past chair), Lucy Green, and myself.  The plan was to have our introductions, followed by our participants introductions, a quick explanation of the SAMR model for […]

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I saw this early this morning from The Principal of Change and it really struck me as I reflect over my attendance yesterday of the Upstate Technology Conference sponsored by Greenville County School District (Grenville, SC).  I love this conference as much as some other ones I attend. It has a sense of community that I don’t […]

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My #TXLA13 Breakout Session

I traveled to Fort Worth, Texas April 25-27, 2013 to the Texas Library Association Conference for the purpose of sharing the AASL 2012 Best Websites for Teaching and Learning.  Here is my slide set used. In my presentation, I started on this PowerPoint, then moved over to one of the winning tools, Projeqt, and finally […]

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#TXLA13

@TXLA Another fabulous conference in the books! Wonderful speakers! Amazing authors! Incredible programs! Awesome librarians! #txla13 That was one of the tweets I read this morning. I arrived home late last night, weary and worn from my two day whirlwind at the Texas Library Association’s Annual Conference. The conference began earlier in the week, but I couldn’t snag […]

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SCASL13 Conference Reflection

This past week we had our annual state library conference in Columbia, SC.  SCASL: Impact @ Your Library‘s primary focus this year, under the leadership and excellent planning by Anne Lemieux, SCASL’s president-elect. The conference focused on how we as librarians can impact our learning community and prove it.   Travel Evening The conference began […]

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