[kids-lib] Youth services professional development oppportunity Oct 11-12, 2013
katie.anderson at state.or.us
Wed Aug 28 09:38:18 PDT 2013
Posted on behalf of the Oregon Association of School Libraries. Their sessions look particularly good this year, I've highlighted several I think might also be beneficial for youth services librarians at public libraries. Don't forget that OYAN<http://www.olaweb.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=289> and CSD members<http://www.olaweb.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=129> may apply for scholarships to attend professional conferences related to library youth services!
Its time to register <https://sites.google.com/a/oasl.olaweb.org/oasl2013/registration> for the OASL 2013 Fall Conference<https://sites.google.com/a/oasl.olaweb.org/oasl2013/registration> to be held at Jesuit High School in Portland, Oregon on October 11-12, 2013. When registering for the 2-day conference you will have the opportunity to select your Friday workshops. These session are longer than the Saturday concurrent sessions and provide opportunities for hands-on experiences and more in-depth learning. Here are some highlights of this year’s Friday workshops:
Friday morning 1 ½ hr workshops:
Garnetta Wilker, OLA Intellectual Freedom Committee Co-chair, will present “Know What Matters: Intellectual Freedom and School Libraries” with Candice Morgan. Learn ways to develop your library’s collections to support principles of access for all while meeting the unique needs of school library users.
Jane Corry & Paige Bentley will share two ways of hosting a Mock Caldecott by exploring Caldecott artists and using visual thinking strategies with picture books.
Karen Schmitten, a NCCE Library of Congress trainer will present an “Introduction to Library of Congress and Primary Document Sources”.
Jan Snyder and Miranda Doyle will share strategies for incorporating both digital curriculum and eBooks into your Library with their “Lost in the Digital Jungle” workshop.
Peter Pappas will host a hands-on workshop “Getting Started with iBooks Author”. Bring you MAC laptop and learn how to make your own eBook.
Meg Dean will combine literacy and technology to give a new twist to student book reviews with her session “Book Reviews the QR Way!”.
Edith Fuller will present a true hands-on workshop with “Beginning Book Repair” - all supplies included!
Friday afternoon 3 hr workshops (note: choose one 3hr workshop or two 1 ½ hr workshops)
Battisti & Benedetti are back again with their latest edition of “Feast Your Eyes and Eyes on New Literature for Teens”
NCCE Library of Congress trainer Karen Schmitten will share “Library of Congress: Books as Hooks to Primary Sources”.
Jen Maurer and Julie Pepera will showcase “Using Gale Databases to Support Common Core & More”.
Friday Afternoon 1 ½ hr workshops:
Dawn Babb Prochovnic will illuminate the benefit of incorporating American Sign Language with her workshop “Our Hands are Full: How to Enrich Your Learning Environment with Sign Language”.
Peggy Christensen, Chelsey Seedborg, Gail O'Malley, and Dawn Granger have used KUNO tablets and the Curriculum Loft in their district.
Karen Babcock’s hands-on session “BookTubes! Book Trailers for Kids, by Kids” participants will learn how to simplify the video creation process with students.
Suzie Boss will present “Connecting Classroom and Community with Project-Based Learning”.
Barbara Kerley and Elizabeth Rusch will showcase simple, easy-to-make shelf-talkers to help teachers integrate nonfiction trade books into CCSS lesson plans with their workshop “Non-Fiction shelf-talkers & Common Core”.
Jaimie Speed is presenting a creative workshop titled “Whodunnit? A Technological History Mystery”. Using several mobile technologies and Web 2.0 tools participants learn how to solve a hypothetical wrongdoing mystery and then bring this type of engaging activity to your school.
Amy Page is presenting “Student-created eBooks made w/ iPad” and then participants will learn how to add these to your Library catalog.
A.S. King and hear her thoughts about being an author, community read programs and the importance of librarians in the digital age.
With all these fabulous sessions its going to be hard to choose. Here’s an idea: Invite a classroom teacher or tech coordinator to attend the OASL conference with you -- each attend different sessions - share what you learn with each other - and learn twice as much!
So don’t wait - register today! https://sites.google.com/a/oasl.olaweb.org/oasl2013/registration
Please forward this email to educators who might be interested in the 2013 OASL Fall Conference at Jesuit High School
OASL Promotions Chair
OASL 2013 Conference Sessions Chair
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