New Tools for New Generations: Viable Tools for Effective Student Learning
Save the dates! The Summer Institute for School Librarians will be on June 23 -24 at The Teacher College, Room 330, Emporia State University.
There will be fun, professional development, networking and door prizes!
“The Unquiet Librarian” on Day One
Buffy Hamilton, “The Unquiet Librarian,” is a school library media specialist at Creekview High School in Canton, Georgia. In her 18th year as an educator, Buffy holds a master’s degree in English Education (2003) from the University of Georgia, and an Ed.S. in School Library Media & Instructional Technology from the University of Georgia (2005). Buffy blogs for ALA Learning and the Georgia Library Media Association. Buffy’s presentation will focus on innovations in using technology and Web 2.0 tools (despite school challenges).
Website address: http://theunquietlibrarian.wordpress.com/
Twitter address: @unquietlibrary
Graphic Novel Authors and Users on Day Two
What does the surge of popularity of graphic novels mean for elementary through secondary school libraries and today’s learner? This is the question that our guests (TBA) will address.
Registration and Graduate Credit
• Registration is available online at www.nekls.org by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to Laura DeBaun at 785-838-3989. This will hold your place! Please send completed registration form with school PO or check to Laura DeBaun, Northeast Kansas Library System, 4317 West 6th Street, Lawrence, KS 66049. Make checks for registration payable to Kansas Summer Institute for School Librarians.
• Graduate credit (1 credit hour) is available with additional application at http://www.emporia.edu/grad/appinstr.htm Graduate credit requires an additional separate tuition payment to Emporia State University. For more information about enrollment, contact Katie Hill at email@example.com or 800-552-4770.