Unmasking Your Contributions to Decision-Makers during School Closures
There are definitely times when people need to cover up. However, there are also times when we need to unmask. Over the past two days, I have attended three meetings during which school librarians have shared the essential contributions they… Read More ›
Welcome to the AASL 17th National Conference & Exhibition
Welcome to AASL 2015 in Columbus, Ohio! As co-chairs, we are looking forward to this opportunity to Experience Education Evolution with you at the only national conference devoted to the needs and interests of school librarians. We are excited that… Read More ›
AASL 2015 brings you… Mazza Museum of International Art from Picture Books
Where can you find Kate Greenaway, Randolph Caldecott, Walter Crane, Robert McCloskey, Marcia Brown, Tomie dePaola, Arnold Lobel, Marc Brown, Steven Kellogg, Jan Brett, Lois Ehlert, Thomas Locker, Eric Carle, Patricia Polacco, Audrey & Don Wood, and Tedd Arnold “hanging… Read More ›
I scream, you scream….
Some of you are probably wondering what ice cream has to do with AASL 2015? Ice cream and libraries have a lot in common. Ice cream makes me think of my first job as a “super scooper” at Baskin Robbins…I… Read More ›
Wish I had known that Tip Sheet Part 2 – The Exhibit Hall Edition
After attending our first national conference in 2000, Liz Deskins and I wrote the article, “Liz and Deb’s Trip to ALA’s Annual Conference Gentle Tips for Future Attendees…” Fifteen years later many of our tips still work and a few… Read More ›
AASL First-timer or frequent-attendee… Wish I had known that Tip Sheet
After attending our first national conference in 2000, Liz Deskins and I wrote the article, “Liz and Deb’s Trip to ALA’s Annual Conference Gentle Tips for Future Attendees…” Fifteen years later many of our tips still work and just a… Read More ›
AASL’s 2015 National Conference: Experience Education Evolution!
When you think of the name “Columbus,” words like exploration and discovery are among the first to come to mind. As Conference Co-Chairs, we thought about an educational environment that is in a state of flux where change is the… Read More ›