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In case you missed Connected Librarian Day & Library 2.014
If you missed Connected Librarian Day on Tuesday, or the super-fabulous fourth annual Library 2.014 Worldwide Virtual Conference on Wednesday and Thursday . . .
or if you were there and want to relive it or catch up with any sessions you missed . . .
. . . it’s archived in all its glory on the Library 2.014 recordings page.
Our Connected Librarian presenters generously agreed to share their slides and other materials relating specifically to school library practice. I pulled all their sessions together on this CiSSL Guides page, as well as highlight of the big conference of special interest to TLs. (Look for many more CiSSL Guides to come!)
Thanks again to CiSSL (Rutgers University’s Center for Scholarship in School Libraries), and Follett for making Tuesday possible and to Dr. Ross Todd for his guidance and inspiration. Thank to the many sponsors and partners, and the leadership of our friends at the School of Information at San José State, and especially Dr. Sandy Hirsh, for an outstanding learning experience filled with shared wisdom and new connections that will continue to resonate.
Thanks also to the hard-work and vision of Learning Revolution‘s Steve Hargadon, who facilitates connected learning for educators all over the world nearly every day.
Filed under: #tlchat, conferences, connected librarian day, webinars
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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