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Reflection

LM_NET Bob Hicks Nov. 17, 2011   – Bob was responding to the idea of banning or blocking Google which has been a topic of conversation lately.  I suppose the idea would be that it would protect students from finding information … Continue reading

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Access To Information

  The following article by Marjorie L. Pappas highlights the importance of manuals an d virtual policies for libraries.  Having these policies and forms on-line can help librarian’s share information and continually update their information as trends and technology change.  … Continue reading

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Weekly Reflection

Podcast This week I watched and listened to a TED Talk by Sugata Mitra called The Child-Driven Education and How Kids Teach themselves.  In this series, Mitra reflects on an experiment that he conducted in some of the poorest communities … Continue reading

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Library Advocacy

As School Librarians we must be aware of the need for an Advocacy Plan.  As a first time librarian, here are four ways that I would start creating a plan for my library. 1.  Collaborative Planning              The biggest part … Continue reading

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Weekly Reflection

There was much to reflect on this week! Blogs On the AASL blog from October 4, 2011, President Carl Harvey II discusses the briefing that will be presented to Congress regarding the 21st Century Library and the SKILLS Act.  SKILLS … Continue reading

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Budget Proposal

Budget Proposal – Original Document

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Weekly Reflection

LM_Net Postings This week, three posts caught my eye…  Ilana Locker (Sept 13, 2011)  After contacting a search education coordinator at Google, Ilana reports that while teaching students to conduct a Google search there are some things to be aware … Continue reading

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