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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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#ALAmw13 and #alayma

Following ALA midwinter this way! General Tweets Tweets about “#alamw13″ Book Awards Tweets about “#alayma”

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To anyone interested in our SC Edtech – Please share with your friends!!! SCASL is a sponsoring member of SC EdTech, and a part of SCASL’s responsibility to SC Edtech is coordinating the volunteer efforts for the conference,  and there are PERKS to volunteering, some REALLY AWESOME perks. HiTech Adventure 2012 October 24-26, 2012 As […]

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