In my area, recently a librarian was asking for cost effective management solutions to class novel sets. There was a general reluctance to add them to the library management program (in this case Destiny.) The suggestions that respondents gave were to just use the library program. So the librarian expressed the concerns with doing that: We do […]
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Happy to say I’m in some very good company here with MANY friends. I’m honored to be there with my friends, especially SC friend and SCASL Board member Tamara Cox, author of the Eliterate Librarian!! Thanks for alerting me via Twitter Tamara! And thanksalso to TeacherCertifiactionDegrees.com for selecting my blog in the top fifty blogs for […]
I’m not sure if this will be a post in praise of books, authors, local bookstores or friends! It has a little of all. You see it all started like this: Not sure if this has been posted, but author Cassandra Clare(the Immortals and Infernal Devices series) will be at the Hangar at the Runway Cafe in Greenville, […]
Yesterday I shared Poster My Wall (postermywall.com). I have to give credit for learning about it to Jennifer Gallman, an English teacher at my school. She just called one day and asked me to check and make sure it was an unblocked site for students, as she wanted to use it with a class. As […]
Poster My Wall is a tool that allows for quickly and easily designing posters, signs, fliers and more, allowing for a variety of customizations with backgrounds, clipart, and text, while also allowing users to upload and use their own pictures. My own high school kids have used it to complete one page posters referred to […]
We began allowing “in-library” checkout of the five iPads we were given Monday, and after only three days, word has gotten out. Our kids are clamoring for the chance to use them. My Biggest Surprises: Not a single complaint from students about the inability to download apps Not a single argument about having to stay in the […]
Video tutorial for our library gang symbol! I was a part of this at AASL 2011. Thanks Tiffany whitehead for creating our video tutorial!!
We started allowing students to checkout iPads from the library today. Sigh–still having a hard time wrapping my mind around how they can work like this, especially considering students cannot personalize or download apps. But the excitement is palpable. Today’s task as our students explored–leave a “note” using the note app on the ipad listing […]
In July, 2011, the AASL Board approved the Position Statement on Labeling Books with Reading Levels. If you haven’t read it, do take some time to do so. I wrote about it over at the SCASL blog back in September, and our SCASL listserv had a pretty heated debate by those who were defending the labeling […]
I conducted an INFORMAL SC School Library Technology Survey yesterday. Very informal, but I wanted to mine some data so I could compare my school’s library to others. I have found that I’m not so great with validity and reliability either. As I analyzed I found issues where I needed to be clearer in my survey. […]