Covid-19-Altered Education After a year and a half of Covid19-altered education, we might ask, are our seniors ready for the next chapter? My students may have an advantage in attending all but 2 weeks in person during the 2020-2021 school… Read More ›
Data Tells a Story
When I stumbled upon the gorgeous, graphic visualization website Information Is Beautiful, I was lost for an hour. Then I raced to our science department and shared the site with some colleagues, then back to the applied academics department… Read More ›
#futurereadylibs: Which Wedge Gives You the Edge?
Shannon McClintock Miller, Teacher Librarian and blogger at The Library Voice, along with Mark Ray, Director of Innovation and Library Services at Vancouver (WA) Public Schools presented at the second round of Concurrent Sessions at #AASL17. Shannon and Mark are… Read More ›
Shifting Our Culture: An Opening Keynote with Jaime Casap
As librarians, we are evangelists for our students, our teachers, our families, and how we all interact with the world. At the opening keynote of the 2017 AASL National Conference, we were reminded of our importance in the lives of our… Read More ›
A Peek into the Future School Library
Summer Reflection During the school year, I focus my time almost completely on curriculum, collaboration with faculty, and working directly with students. But during the summer I turn my focus on the immediate future of my library space and the… Read More ›
Are You a Future Ready Librarian?
by Joanna Gerakios Has the saying “future ready” been bounced around in your professional circles recently? Does this term have special meaning for us as school librarians? As I initially began hearing “future ready” used in professional conversations, it seemed… Read More ›