#SCASL17 was one of the best conferences I’ve ever attended. Thank you, @cathyjo! — John Schu (@MrSchuReads) March 24, 2017 It will take quite a while to process a state level conference that one planned from scratch! There are so many people I need to thank. I know I will miss many who helped […]
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Recently the librarians in my district were asked to provide our library collection number of holdings and our average collection copyright age from the group working on our district reading plan. I don’t want to assume anything about how that data will be used. As a matter of fact, I’m delighted to know the library […]
Tomorrow (October 12, 2015) I spend the day in Rock Hill, SC at Sullivan Middle for the Old English Consortium’s Librarians Staff Development. I was invited to lead a session that I led at SCASL last March. It is worthy of updating here because I have revised some of the presentation as tools and materials have […]
It’s summertime and at that time I get to pursue interests and hobbies. My husband swears my only interest is “school,” and my only hobby is attending conferences and workshops. That may be sort of true–I’m guilty as charged, but I do enjoy my flowers each summer too. I thought just to break up my […]
I arrived sometime around 11:00 AM with a ton of baggage! You see, not only did I have to set up in the “Committee Exploratorium” for Regional Network, I also had to set up a poster session table to showcase weeded book art projects. I was disheartened to learn I’d left at home the center […]
Being at the #SCASL15 Conference last week, I’m a little late posting it. Here are our current Library March Madness standings.
I’m very excited to start this week. It will be a LONG and enjoyable week. You see Wednesday begins our annual SCASL conference, #SCASL2015. And what’s not to love? Just a few exciting things for me personally: Two presentations, “Flipped Libraries” and “Not Another PowerPoint: Presentation Alternatives” Project Connect Exhibit Hall Grand Opening with Frances […]
Our school is in training to use a learning management system, ItsLearning. The training is being “delivered” flipped right through the platform. The pros of delivering the training this way are numerous. Two standouts for me are: Teachers can essentially work at their own pace Teachers experience what their students might experience, which gives them […]
The South Carolina Association of School Librarians is accepting proposals NOW for the 2015 Annual Conference. It already sounds EXCITING!! Just get a look at the save the date card that came in the mail. Are you dismissing it? Do you avoid conference because it’s the same old stuff each year? Well STEP into your […]
Friday, March 14, 2014 SCASL kicked off the last day of conference with our 2nd General Session at 8:30AM. Senator Vincent Sheheen, representing Chesterfield, Kershaw, and Lancaster County, welcomed us to our last day of conference. The Election Results are IN! Next up we had a special announcement from Immediate Past President and Elections Committee Chair Heather […]