Ok, I get why there were no school librarians or academic librarians on this panel - apparently our voices have been heard. But still, having representatives from those groups on this panel would have really added to the discussion. According to a few people, school librarian membership in LIRT is negligible, so I encourage all… Continue reading The Big (and not so) Easy: Missing Voices on the Student Transition to College
Yes, ALA11 ended over a week ago, but in my defense there have been a few things going on in my life that have delayed this post. Before I actually headed to NOLA, things got exciting. I was mugged - money removed from my wallet by this bandit: Seriously, I was just walking down the… Continue reading A brief #ALA11 wrap-up
I've got quite the schedule this summer, and already I'm tired. The disaster preparation/recovery presentation to ASLA came and went, but if you're heading to ALA next week, you'll find me here: Disaster Preparedness for School Librarians From Gutenberg to Google and Glogs, From Books to Vooks Best Practices in Library Websites for Teens (that's… Continue reading Summertime = Conferences + Presentations
Turns out I have two conference presentations next year: At ALA11 in NOLA: From Gutenberg to Google and Glogs, From Books to Vooks: Imagining and Developing the Successful, Dynamic 21st Century Library, A Panel Discussion and Debate (led by Carla Bosco, co-presenting with Wendy Stephens and Angela Carstensen) At AASL11 in Minneapolis: Books, E-ink and… Continue reading Time to start planning!