Category Archives: Conferences

Reimagine:ED DAY 2

BIG DAY. What I’ve taken away – Before I start talking about today at Reimagine:Ed, I want to share¬†2 ideas that I plan to do/use in my library very soon… *We are here with a new friend. The TIS from … Continue reading

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Reimagine:Ed DAY 1

So, I am at the Reimagine: Ed Summit. This is going to be one intense weekend of learning, thinking, and dreaming about the future of libraries. Blog posts from the weekend will probably be mostly thoughts and ideas as that’s … Continue reading

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SCASL, Friday – March 26

So, I’m home. Today was mostly a day of tying up loose ends – had to get Amanda’s Executive Board thank you gift signed by board members; had to get all of the book award presentations from the committees to … Continue reading

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SCASL Conference – Thursday, March 25

I finally made it to Charleston! Here’s my Thursday for you: -From Information Technology to Information Leadership with Will Richardson – I’ve known about Will Richardson for some time, but have never heard him speak. Very good speaker. Showed us … Continue reading

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I’m blogging?! Must be conference time…

So, I admit it – I am not a good blogger. I am a good Facebooker, but not a good blogger. So there, so what? I do blog from time to time and I hope that when you see I … Continue reading

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Back home!

Well, of course I did not blog the next day, but the rest of conference went like this:Went to another great SC media specialist session…this one was with Micheal Hope Brandon and Ashley Paddock from Richland 2 – 2 fab … Continue reading

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AASL Conference in a Nutshell

The AASL Conference is coming to a close…I have one more session to attend and the closing event this evening…then, back home tomorrow. It’s been a great conference and I’m leaving here with ideas that I plan to use when … Continue reading

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