Once again, we’re having student volunteers blog programs of interest from the ALA Annual Conference. This time, Nicole Helregel covers “Creating Out-of-This-World Children’s Programs with NASA Materials,” held on Sunday, June 30, at 8:30 a.m.
Once again, we’re having student volunteers blog programs of interest from the ALA Annual Conference. This time, Nicole Helregel covers “Bilingual & Culturally Inclusive Storytime Programs,” held on Saturday, June 29, at 1 p.m.
Once again, we’re having student volunteers blog programs of interest from the ALA Annual Conference. First up, Nicole Helregel covers “Learning Labs Ignited,” held on Saturday, June 29, at 8:30 a.m.
This month, EDSITEment offers standards-ready text resources; examines General George Patton’s “Speech to the Third Army”; discovers Pearl Buck’s America; rounds up Fourth of July resources; looks at the Battle of Gettysburg; and discusses Walt Whitman and the Civil War.
Editor’s Note: While this ALA Annual Conference event is not programming-related, I thought given the recent NSA leaks it might be of interest.
Are you surprised by the latest revelations of government surveillance programs? Are you interested in the government’s need to improve the balance between individual privacy rights and terrorism prevention?
The ALA Annual Conference in Chicago is just around the corner, and Programming Librarian’s recommended programs and events are now available. Check out the Programming Librarian’s Guide to the ALA Annual Conference as you plan your conference activities. This guide is the one-stop shop for author programs, special events, and other opportunities to build your skill set and find programming ideas and resources during the conference. You’ll find programs addressing topics such as:
You’ve probably used “archaeology” as a search term more often than as part of your library’s programming. It’s probably true, however, that your town hasn’t recently discovered a two-story log cabin from the early 1800s hidden beneath the façade of a dilapidated building.
Editor’s Note: June is all about STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) here at Programming Librarian, and we’re kicking things off with a comprehensive list of STEM-related programming at the 2013 ALA Annual Conference. Just click on each link to find our more and add the event to your scheduler. Hope to see you there!
Saturday, June 29
Affiliate Event: Learning Labs Ignited!
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