Archive for October 30, 2007

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AASL Summary and Reflection

Below are links to some of the bloggers I read and their richer descriptions of their experiences at AASL: AASL Learning, Day1 AASL Day 2 – Dan Pink AASL Day 3 – A Whole New Mind AASL Day 4 – Presentations and thoughts AASL and a Web 2.0 rating School Library 2.0: Living the Digital Reshift […]

AASL Saturday

David Loertscher David used a Wiki to give his presentation and for the audience to participate in the discussion. My notes are insignificant compared to the great deal of data on his wiki. AASL Presentation by David V. Loertscher and Company AASL ConferenceReno, NV Oct. 2007 These are the four at my table. I blogged […]

AASL Friday

The 7:30 AM session with Dan Pink discussing his book, A Whole New Mind, eluded me. I don’t know why but it did. My first session was by Annette Lamb who teaches online courses from her motor home for Indiana University to prepare Librarians. I got a lot of ideas from her presentation. A lot […]

AASL Thursday too

I want to propose a thought before I get too meshed with new thoughts and then see if my old thought plays well with new thoughts. Some Librarians are holding onto the book and resisting digital technologies because they think Librarianship is the book. However, if we take a bit longer view on what Libraries […]

AASL Conf. Thursday

AASL Handouts shared online. Conference blog. I have the privilege of attending the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) Conference, October 25-28, 2007, at Reno, Nevada. My trip here was mostly uneventful. I finished a book Wednesday night so I could start a new one on this trip. I got to read a lot. My […]