AASL: Rising to the Challenge

10 11 2013

I’m very excited to speak at AASL’s National Conference in Hartford, CT this week.

I’m presenting with Elaine Allard from Plymouth State University’s Lamson Library and Learning Commons. Our presentation is listed here:

Concurrent Sessions

Friday, November 15
3:15 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Sink or Swim: Will Your Students Rise to the Challenge of College-Level Research? (F4-R17)

School librarians who have taught their high school students to search databases, evaluate resources, and cite their sources may still wonder whether learners are really ready to perform at the college level. A high school and college librarian team up to provide strategies school librarians can use to prepare students for the increased complexity, diversity, and expectations in any college-level research environment.

Pam Harland, School Librarian
Elaine Allard, Associate Professor 

Teaching & Learning – Information Literacy

Target Audience:
School Librarians; Classroom Teachers; Library Supervisors; Public Librarians working with Children and Young Adults

Grade Level(s):

Our links are all available here: http://srhs.sau17.libguides.com/nhslma12

Our slides will be available as PDF download on AASL eCOLLAB: http://www.ala.org/aasl/ecollab

We will embed our slides on this page as soon as they are ready!





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