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 ›
Posted on behalf of Doug Johnson for Banned Websites Awareness Day High school student Rachel is increasingly concerned over racial issues in her community and plans to write her senior thesis on this topic. There is an active “Black Lives Matter” movement… Read More ›
There’s no question that the AASL National Conference is huge. School librarians and administrators come from all corners of the country to learn and grow together. It can feel overwhelming to find yourself in a sea of librarians searching for… Read More ›
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 ›
Posted on behalf of the AASL Banned Websites Awareness Day Committee It’s happened to all of us– we’re at school trying to access the perfect website for a learning activity at school and…. it’s blocked. Now what? While banning books is… Read More ›
As we get ready for the AASL National Conference coming up this fall, there is a special little buzz in the air about an event taking place on Thursday, November 5. Just take a look at this… Join the… Read More ›
Two Heads are Better Than One: Share the Conference Fun with an Administrator from Your School – For Free!
by Jessica Klinker, Head Librarian, Franklin Heights High School, South-Western City Schools, Columbus, Ohio Do you know that amped-up, electric feeling you get during an amazing conference, so excited to take back the tools and strategies you are learning and try them out… Read More ›