Marketing Genius from Gwyneth Jones

Love the tips for marketing your library in this presentation by Gwyneth Jones, The Daring Librarian. Practice your Lady Gaga moves and market your library. 10 Ways Librarians Can be a Marketing Genius Like Lady […]

Student book reviews linked to catalog

In a class last week, Jenny Brown and Silvia Lilly from the Bethlehem HS showed us how they were linking their students’ book reviews to their catalog. They save the reviews on their school server […]

ALSC – Great Technology Programs for Children

If you’re looking for some great children’s programming incorporating technology, visit the Great Technology Programs for Children wiki page. There are currently about a dozen listings including programs related to reading, storytime, gaming and more. […]

School Library Workshop

This past weekend, I had the great pleasure of teaching a workshop for school librarians in the Dutchess & Ulster BOCES School Library Systems. 14 librarians gave up the weekend to be locked away in […]

School Library 2.0 Weekend Retreat

Coming up next weekend (September 27 and 28th), I’ll be facilitating a workshop for School Library Media Specialists. I can promise you it will be a weekend full of learning, laughter and a lot of […]

Share Your Social Software Successes!

Michelle Boule, who blogs at A Wandering Eyre, is looking for public and school librarians who have had success overcoming challenges in dealing with social software. If you are a school or public librarian and […]

Free Learning Opportunity

It’s not too late to join in the All Together Now Learning 2.0 program that started this week. It’s being led by Michael Stephens of Tame The Web. Free, fun, you’ll learn a lot, you’ll […]

School Library Journal – Learning 2.0 Program

Hey there, all you school librarians!! Don’t miss this chance to participate in the School Library Journal’s 2.0  learning program and explore the world of 2.0 tools and learning. The program, All Together Now: A […]