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Mike Howard 2h
They live in Washington, DC with their parents, but with family in Savannah, Georgia and Trinidad, there's always something exciting and new to learn about African American history and culture.
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Mrs. Hurley 21h
So many great ideas from today! I love how his district is emphasizing literacy using Ed techs AND school librarians to support students & teachers!
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Kelli Reno Jun 24
I love finding out that cool people have been visiting the library while I've been away!
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Heidi Neltner Jun 17
Alrighty what are your fav resources for the proposed social studies standards? I’m thinking ’s OER presentation may be a good starting place... what else?
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Stella Pollard Jun 16
Those who recommended “All Are Welcome” for our kindergarten summer reading list — great call!
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Adam Watson Jun 25
A powerful online guide on how to look out for media that is manipulated or edited in deceptive ways. I worry how "deepfakes" will be used in the coming years. (Thx to 's tweet for bringing my attention it!)
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Mrs. Hurley Jun 24
your 4:30pm session today was fantastic! Embedding instructional strategies into your presentation was brilliant!
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Mrs. Hurley Jun 24
The customer service is legit! I called them at all hours needing help and they always answered AND knew how to help me. Today I stopped by their booth to brag on their service. Kudos!
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Mrs. Hurley 21h
Loved learning about Dotstorming today! So many great uses in classrooms and libraries!
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Mrs. Hurley 22h
Reaching capacity in room 122A. Glad I got a seat!
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Mike Howard Jun 25
Hands-on activities, how-to tips, and profiles of practicing minimalists offer real-world examples for incorporating minimalism into your life with this book from .
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Mrs. Hurley Jun 24
“Librarians are teachers who teach both students and adults in the largest classroom in the school.” Admin & teachers, ask your librarian to help! Yes, count me in! — 9:00 session with and friends
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Heidi Neltner Jun 22
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Mrs. Hurley Jun 24
Learning about tools to help diminish the digital divide while amplifying voice for students with . I’m thinking about ways to use with ELL students.
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Heather Warrell 21h
It’s the Librarian Network Primary Award Winner! And guess what? Way to go, James! You make !
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Mike Howard Jun 20
A group of young interns works at an old, gigantic public library. But they're not just reshelving books and helping patrons find information...
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Mike Howard Jun 24
What are you looking forward to reading this summer?
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Heidi Neltner Jun 22
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Mike Howard Jun 17
Want to keep your kids reading, even when they can't check out books? Check out this awesome offer from .
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KASL Jun 20
Thank you for being a Gold sponsor of the 2019 KASL Summer Refresher! You help make this event possible!
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