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Guest Expert Heather Lister on The Hidden Advantages of Digital Libraries with Edweb's Lynn Scott
As the numbers of print titles continues to decline law libraries, libraries must address the question of how to re-structure technical services departments' staffs to meet the needs of largely non-print libraries. The names of departments are changing, the nature of the work is changing and the sizes of tech services departments are changing, too! The panel will discuss all these issues and more.
AASL: SCHOOL LIBRARIES AND SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION
Terri Grief, Gail Dickinson and Leslie Preddy, an AASL formidable threesome of association officer/experts is our trio of guests.
Presented by FOLLETT LEARNING
For centuries, the defining role of the library has been as a repository of books. Now, in the 21st century, the library faces perhaps its most momentous challenge: Americans are moving away increasingly from the printed page to digital screens for information and communication.
Library leaders nationwide are adapting to this shift by reimagining the library as an engaged community center. The role of librarians is being re-branded to reflect their expertise as content curators and trusted navigators in an ever-expanding ocean of information — in whatever format it may exist.
Join us as we chat with Audrey Barbakoff from Kitsap Regional Library and other stakeholders about their vision and upcoming efforts.
AASL: SCHOOL LIBRARIES AS THE NEW SCHOOL YEAR BEGINS
Terry Grief, Sylvia Knight Norton, Gail Dickinson and Sue Ballard
Presented by FOLLETT LEARNING
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SCHOOL LIBRARIES WITH AASL
HOT TOPIC: MAKER SPACES AND BEYOND.
The team is back: Gail Dickinson, Past President, Terri Grief, current President and, ready to overthrow Terri and move into the Presidential Palace, President Elect Leslie Preddy. The AASL Secret Service (led by Mr Bookman, the Library Cop from 'Seinfeld') has given us permission to interview all three at the same time.
Presented by FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS
Odessa "Lady O" Hopkins is interviewing Entrepreneur and Author Cindy Freland? on the Marketing Techniques she used to get her books into 21 book stores and 3 Libraries.
Cindy Freland is an award-winning virtual assistant. She founded Maryland Secretarial Services, Inc. in 1997.
She wrote her first book, Get a Job! Your Resume and Interview Guide, in 2002 but did not publish it until 2012. At that time, she thought publishing was too expensive.
She discovered self-publishing in 2012. Since then, she has published 18 books. Her books are available on Amazon.com in print and for Kindle.
In 2012, due to her love of children and animals, Cindy wrote her first children’s book, Felix and the Purple Giant. Her Chesapeake Bay Adventure series have become quite popular. You can often find Cindy doing readings at children’s events.
Cindy's books are now in Over 21 book stores, including 3 libraries. Her ability to self-publish, market and promote her books online, and offline, has resulted in appearances and speaking engagements at schools, libraries and camps.
Cindy Freland lives in Bowie, Maryland and can be reached at (301) 352-7927 or email@example.com. Her website is www.cbaykidsbooks.com.
AASL ; The American Association of School Libraries
It's not about Libraries. It's about Learning"
Administrators, Teachers, Librarians.. listen to a lively round table table discussion with Susan Ballard, Gail Dickinson and AASL Executive Director , my favorite 'Mainer" , Sylvia Knight Norton, currently residing in summery Chicago.
EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT SCHOOL LIBRARIES
The new report from MDR with Kathleen Brantley
Presented by MMS Education
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