Author Archives: AASL

Tip of the Day for 12/18/2014


The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) is now accepting applications for Sparks! Ignition Grants for Libraries, a small grants program that encourage libraries and archives to prototype and evaluate innovations that result in new tools, products, services, or … Continue reading

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Tip of the Day for 12/16/2014


Speak Up, a national initiative of Project Tomorrow, is currently collecting data for their annual survey which includes specific data from school librarians. The Speak Up data represents the largest collection of authentic, unfiltered stakeholder input on education, technology, 21st … Continue reading

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Tip of the Day for 12/15/2014


Your students’ parents are your strongest allies! http://bit.ly/1swMxS7

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Tip of the Day for 12/12/2014


Have you heard the news? Actress and author Julianne Moore will be the spokesperson for School Library Month in 2015! While April is still a few months away, now is the best time to start preparing. Why not ask your … Continue reading

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Tip of the Day for 12/11/2014


According to supplemental questions asked as part of the 2011 School Libraries Count! (SLC) survey, an overwhelming majority of schools across America are including digital citizenship – appropriate and responsible technology use – as part of their curriculum. Edudemic has … Continue reading

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Tip of the Day for 12/10/2014


Illinois Library Association Executive Director Robert P. Doyle offers “10 quick tips for library advocacy” in this blog post: http://bit.ly/1saiPlv

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Tip of the Day for 12/09/2014


Who can be a library advocate? Anyone who cares about America’s libraries! The American Library Association Washington Office advocates at the federal level for legislation. but your voice helps determine the success or failure of legislation! Sign up for alerts at … Continue reading

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