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On the school front, we’re pushing the public library’s summer reading program for teens. It sounds so cool and I love their logo so much —  i soooo want a tshirt.  Too bad I don’t qualify. I think I’ll crash their kickoff party anyway to see if I can score a shirt. After all I […]

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SCASL allowed my committee (the Information Technology Committee) to sponsor a Learning Commons at conference.  We took it upon ourselves to advertise, solicit volunteers for presentations, and make it a go. We wanted to loosely base it off the one I had seen and experienced first hand at AASL in Minneapolis, MN in October.  I […]

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Today my colibrarian and I lead a staff development each block for any interested teachers. We have been doing this since October, and we call the opportunities “One Tool at a Time.” Yes, I swiped borrowed the name from the ISTE SIGMS webinar series called “One Tool at a Time.”  When I send out emails […]

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This post was born of an idea I am tossing to my admin.  No rest for the weary. Educators everywhere in the south are preparing for the return to school, and generally that means a little professional development.  Too bad one size does not fit all in this case most of the time.  So I am pitching an idea […]

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Copied and shared from Buffy Hamilton, The Unquiet Librarian‘s original post over at her blog: “School Libraries: What Next?” Ebook Project 12JUL We are delighted to accept submissions for a collection of crowdsourced short essays on the future of school libraries from multiple perspectives, to bepublished in e-book format to coincide with Treasure Mountain and AASL in October 2011. We believe […]

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Okay I am on this panel, and I have promised to help promote. It also falls into the category of “Shameless Self Promotion.” So I shamelessly copied Doug Johnson’s original post to share via my blog. Forgive me Doug!!  You said it so well, how could I improve on it? Yeah, the answer was to […]

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Wow June is here and I am absolutely SWAMPED!!  What is on my agenda? My to do list is crazy– This week!! May Monthly Library Report (90% done) and Annual Report (60%) done.  My goal is to turn in May’s this week, and submit the Annual Report next week. June 6-8, 2011:  A district staff […]

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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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Our annual conference is finished once again, and I’m trying to process. It will take me days to really think through everything. There was quite a bit of buzz about school budget cuts, LMS jobs being endangered, and many many friends not present.  I am pleased to report that at our final event, the SCASL […]

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Dear ISTE, First thanks so much for providing an online planner so I can begin to plan out my days at your annual conference. The ability to see it as an itinerary, embedded in a calendar view, print it out hard copy, and have it emailed to me (and even friends) is absolutely genius on […]

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