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A friend of mine pointed me to an article, one of many I’ve read over the last few days as the media and Americans everywhere commemorate the tragedies of September 11, 2001, vowing “we will never forget!”  This is just one fo several I read: After Sept. 11, A ‘Missed Opportunity’ For America by NPR STAFF I think what he says […]

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I just want to thank those in my reader for helping me make grand plans!! I’ve been really focusing on some Teen Read Week plans already (yeah, its not until October!) but I like to start the brainstorming early.  I think some of the motivation has come from book trailers being shared in my reader […]

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I sent this in an email to staff, and shared via facebook too. This is a snippet from my reader (Jenny Lucca’s Lucacept–Intercepting the Web) about a recent Ted Talk (Formal Title — Ted: Ideas Worth Sharing). Ted is pretty much a favorite video blog, and I’m always playing catch up with it. The snippet […]

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photo © 2010 Abby | more info (via: Wylio)It’s research paper time in the library, but today the un-paper research project was born.  I have an English teacher who lamented that a college prep high school English class of hers was extremely varied in abilities and interest in her class, and she was trying to […]

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Recently I was asked if I would consider making the trip to Washington, DC for National Library Legislative Day 2011. What a GREAT opportunity to network with library leaders nationwide, and have a (hopefully) captive audience in our congress for talking about issues that are greatly impacting school libraries. Getting the nod from my own […]

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We head out to spring break for a week starting Friday afternoon.  We return Monday, April 4th.  So at this time the library staff is brainstorming and planning how to celebrate National Poetry Month and of course National Library Week. Is it evil or teacher librarian-sacrilegious to think the timing of spring break is throwing […]

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photo © 2009 Franco Bouly | more info (via: Wylio)Here is an exchange in Facebook that I engaged in tonight.  Please excuse the letters used in place of names as I want to protect the identities of those in the exchange. I did send my friend the current login and password in a private email […]

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I did this last year, and I’m going to try it again this year.  As winners are announced, I’m going to post them here, and then push this post live ASAP.  To prepare, I pasted all the nominees.  Then as they are announced, all I have to do is mark them (winner, runner-up, etc.) and […]

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Well my Carolina Gamecocks lost yesterday in their bid to be the 2010 SEC Champions, but during my ride home from Atlanta, Diane Cordell emailed me to let me know that I was nominated again for the annual Edublog Awards.  This is my fourth year in a row being nominated.  I am surprised and delighted […]

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Okay I saw it first here on Dangersously Irrelevant: “Video – What does it mean to be literate in the 21st century? Here’s a new video from Heidi Clark and Anita Bramhoff, two Canadian teachers who made the film as part of some work at the University of British Columbia. Happy viewing!” Then I saw […]

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