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FCC needs to hear from you!

This was sent to the members of LM_Net (of which I am not a member) and to members of the WWWEDU Yahoo group (of which I AM a member–who mostly just lurks!) The WWWEDU group is basically a list serv, but Nancy Willard is a member who posts excellent content regularly, and so I ALWAYS […]

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In creating my “end of the year review” post a few days ago, I was reminded that I had not yet processed all my notes from the conferences I’d participated in. One in particular that gave me pause while reviewing the information left me with a nagging question. Martha Alewine’s session was rich with information […]

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I shared this blog post recently with SCASL friends, and felt the need to keep this conversation stirred up. Why? Because the gut reactions to the recent call to arms, action plan, finger wagging, or “state of current school library” address (pick one that aligns with your opinion — you’re entitled to it) recently posted […]

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Survey says…results shared

My survey on K12 Filtering is done for now. I probably should re do it in September, when school is back in, and things have settled down (since many SC Schools go back mid-August). I don’t know if I will though, as I feel I got good a fair representation with the 55 responses. That […]

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