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In ’91 or so when I was finishing my first Master’s Degree in elementary Education (University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC), I was scrambling for hours that could satisfy the last course requirements. I wound up taking an elementary education math methods course of all things, and driving all the way from the lower part […]

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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 […]

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SCASL Concurrent Session 2, 9:00 AM, Thursday, March 13, 2014 This time slot was reserved for the SCASL Regional Network Meeting. Regional Network Members (coordinators and contacts) are invited to this meeting, though it really is open to any attendee in hopes of having others step up and take a leadership role in SCASL. I […]

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Above in the slideshow you will find many SCASL14 pictures. There will be more added to the set in the coming days as attendees send in or add their own photos to our SCASL Flickr Set.  Some of the early ones are those that were from the conference app Guidebook. As always upon return, I am […]

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My favorite art teacher is t it again! S. Eleazer has been scouring the library and school closets looking for outdated, discarded books. Amazing things are going on down the hall in that room, as she has cast a vision for what her sculpting class can do with our weeded library books. My collection age […]

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A very natural part of being a high school librarian is being able to match books to students when they come asking. All of us feel very adequate in doing this when it comes to students who read the middle of the road popular YA books.  Over the years I have been literally to my […]

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Observations from Experience

1:1 allows for individualization, no matter the device. Shared devices limit individualization. Managing an app account that is shared throughout the building is a struggle. Who knew apps from a shared account automatically appeared on any device logged in to that account when it synchs? If working in a shared account educational environment, should there be […]

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We have begun brainstorming for Teen Read Week, which is October 13-19, 2013.  We just wrapped up our Banned Books Week with a great contest in which the top ten challenged books of 2012 were strategically displayed with a hand covering the titles.  I had around 110 participants take a chance to win our contest. […]

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I began reading up on the books being challenged this past year for a library display. Here are the books for 2012 that are the most frequently challenged books. I had to laugh at some of them, as of the top ten, seven are a part of our high school library collection. One is even […]

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Last week a teacher asked if I would come to her room and give the overview of our digital library resources that are good for research. I thought this would be a great lesson for our intern, Elizabeth Graham to lead. I shared with her what I had done with this class, a STEM Humanities class […]

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