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Knowledge Quest refreshed!

I love SLJ ,of course. I am also a huge fan of AASL’s bimonthly journal, Knowledge Quest. It grows more relevant and inspirational with every issue. I keep a sticky-noted stack of them on my desk.

Just yesterday, AASL announced the launch of Knowledge Quest‘s companion website, focused on integrating theory and practice.

And it was love at first site.

I am impressed with its fresh design, energy, and impressive mix of professional voices. I can’t wait to share it with my students.

The press release quotes editorial board chair, Rebecca Morris:

 The new Knowledge Quest makes it easy to bring helpful professional development resources into your weekly reading routine.  Explore a featured topic each day of the week — Monday Means Leadership, Technology Tuesday, What to Read Wednesday, Let’s Get Together Thursday, and Friday Finds – or just browse the most popular posts to engage with diverse themes and current news in school libraries.

AASL President, Terri Grief shared:

If you want a go-to site for news, blogs, technology tips and more, check out the new KQ site. It has literally everything you need to start conversations about library issues. It is a great place to find your place in this community. Check it out! I think you will love it.

Interested in contributing?  AASL members are invited to apply as bloggers for new Knowledge Quest.

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Joyce Valenza About Joyce Valenza

Joyce is an Assistant Professor of Teaching at Rutgers University School of Information and Communication, a technology writer, speaker, blogger and learner. Follow her on Twitter: @joycevalenza

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