SLJ Summit 2011: Transliteracy and the Young Child « The Unquiet Librarian
Networked Librarians Take Reading Promotion to the Next Level
tags: reading program
Games for Change | Games for Change is the leading global advocate for supporting and making games for social impact.
Beyond Catfights: TV That’s Good for Girls | Common Sense Media
tags: representation girls women media tv
Education Week Teacher: Virtual Book Clubs: Connecting Adolescent Readers
tags: book bookclub reading reading for pleasure reading promotion
Library Reports: 2011-2012 – Google Docs
tags: reports library library reports
“Teacher, may I take a photo of the board?” | Curriki’s Blog
William Shakespeare (ShakespeareSays) on Twitter
tags: shakespeare Twitter
A Google a Day
tags: information literacy
Rebranding school libraries | Scoop.it
tags: advocacy school libraries Scoop.it libraries marketing
Marketing libraries in a web 2 world « thewikiman
4 Rules of Library Advocacy – Home – Doug Johnson’s Blue Skunk Blog
tags: advocacy teacher-librarian teacher- librarian role
If you like Inanimate Alice you may like this…
tags: digital storytelling DigitalStorytelling
The Transmedia Approach
tags: transmedia advocacy brand
Tech Transformation: Information Literacy, Digital Literacy and Digital Citizenship
tags: digital literacy information literacy
Ready to Go Mobile?: It’s time for schools to leverage student devices
tags: phones learning
School, Public Library Ebooks Now Available for Kindle
tags: kindle lending overdrive library
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Posted by Anne Weaver on September 23, 2011 in "Anne Weaver"
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