Author Archives: AASL

AASL Tip of the Day Closing


Thank you for your continued interest and support of AASL’s Advocacy Tip on the Day.  Recently AASL has updated its online community structure and it has been determined that much of the content distributed through the Tip of the Day is … Continue reading

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Tip of the Day for 02/23/2015


Students are eligible to win a $1,000 scholarship by simply posting a photo, illustration or other image to social media. That’s how easy it is to enter Picture Freedom, a national contest from Feb. 22 to 28 that calls on … Continue reading

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Tip of the Day for 02/13/2015


Is your school district Future Ready? Check out tech.ed.gov/FutureReady and http://www.futurereadyschools.org/about to learn more – and have your superintendent take the pledge!

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Tip of the Day for 02/12/2015


School Library Month is about YOU – the school librarian! Share your accomplishments and you could be featured in our school librarian showcase during the month of April – and you can proudly share the link with your school administrator! http://www.ala.org/aasl/slm/2015/showcase

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Tip of the Day for 02/11/2015


This video produced by the New Jersey Association of School Librarians demonstrates how School Librarians Transform Learning! Share widely! http://youtu.be/KTslgjLEzLw

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Tip of the Day for 02/10/2015


Have you checked out the new Knowledge Quest? It is the vehicle for school librarians to transform learning. On your quest to enhance your professional practice KQ offers breaking news, inspired blogs, and passionate conversations developing insightful professionals and stronger communities. knowledgequest.aasl.org

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Tip of the Day for 02/02/2015


In Mind/Shift, Paige Jaeger and Mary Ratzer (the presenters of the recent AASL webinar Get Thinking! Making the Most of Your Library Time) discuss how school librarians can help students and teachers in the transition back to an inquiry-based approach … Continue reading

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