Tag Archives: Libraries & Technology

Randy Smith Middle School Home to 3D Technology

(written by Rosalie White) When Sandra Kowalski, principal of Randy Smith Middle School, announced that the school would receive an Afinia 3D printer, and that it would be housed in the library, the wheels of creativity began turning rapidly. Mrs. Pastro’s … Continue reading

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Library Girl at her Best

(written by Lori Learned) WOW! Jennifer LaGarde (aka: librarygirl) did an awesome presentation on making use of available technology in our libraries.  This session was titled, “School Libraries 2.0: Using Technology to Take Your Library to the Next Level”. Two … Continue reading

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Technology: A School Librarian’s Best Friend

Session: School Libraries 2.0 (written by Julie Leary) The big message for school librarians these days is that we have to make visible the many things we do that support student learning. We must be all about solid instructional practice … Continue reading

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Technology and Early Childhood Education

 (written by Sharon Woloshen) ASTE presentation: “Got Technology, A Developmentally Appropriate Technology Integration For Early Childhood Education.” by Elizabeth Park, from Chaminade University of Honolulu. I had some time between sessions and thought I would drop in on this presentation. … Continue reading

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Library Buildings in the Digital Era

(written by Sheryl Wittig, Librarian, Auke Bay Elementary School) One of the highlights of ISTE 2012 for me was Douglas Johnson’s presentation, “Designing Brick-and-Mortar Libraries in the Digital Age”.  The timing was perfect: our building is undergoing substantial renovation, the … Continue reading

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