"Hi Tracy and Everybody,
The school I work at hosts our website and we develop the content but not the layout. We actually made improvements a few years ago so that the library webpages are not as deeply buried as they once were. We also use…"
We are seeing any librarian and media specialists creating their own "channels" on SchoolTube.com to enhance and utilize for all their video storing needs. It is a great way to actually "show" what is going on in…"
"Yes! I created and maintain my school website http://www.mansd.org/mcdonough. I use it as a teaching tool all the time in the library and our most popular page right now is our booktalk page. I encourage you to dive in! The kids in my school use our…"
"There is a great directory of school library websites across the country and throughout the globe at <<a href="http://www.school-libraries.net/" target="_blank">http://www.school-libraries.net/>. It's fun to…"
YES I definitely think that the Van Meter Library VOICE Google Site that I developed this year has made us more heard by Van Meter and by others too. Being a school with a 1:1 laptop initiative VOICE gives everyone a great resource that…"
I'm a teacher librarian & recently started a community based blog for getting boys to read - http://GettingBoysToRead.com. Please send me a friend request if you'd like to network, share ideas, and learn more about getting boys to read.
I'm looking forward to some interesting discussions and good ideas.
I took a quick peek at your website and enjoyed your layout.
How do you like Follett's Destiny? Our district is talking about it but says we aren't yet there with our infrastructure.
The summer of 1971 we decided to camp in the Canadian Rockies and drove our 1968 VW camper across the western provinces. Kamloops was on the route for no particular reason, we just liked the name. I don't recall much about the town but I do remember driving by a house with the laundry hung out to dry, I think I counted 16 pairs of jeans. Why would I remember that of all things?
Yes, that's me in the DDR video. I got all the equipment and learned how to make it work. When time permits, I'm honing my skills. Unfortunately I haven't been able to convince anyone who lives near me (I work solo from a home office) to do a competition the way Jenny and I did at ALA!