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Concurrent Sessions - Info from the Presenters

For a search-able database of Concurrent Sessions, check out the Online Program at http://csla.aaiden.com/schedule/

Concurrent Session Info from Presenters:

BOOKS BETWEEN CULTURES

by Mitali Perkins / Handouts and Links

CATALOGING NON-TRADITIONAL (MOSTLY ELECTRONIC) MATERIALS: THE WHYS AND HOWS

by Tom Kaun
This is two-part session. The first session will mostly cover the "why" of cataloging non-traditional materials and the second session will cover the "how."

Mark Williams - Time Management: Organize Your Way Out Of Chaos (Friday, 11:15 am)

  • Are you being asked to do more and more with less and less?
  • Do you start every day feeling overwhelmed and end it feeling even further behind ?
  • Does your office/cubicle/hovel look like a bomb went off in it?
Use the hints and tips in this fast-paced presentation to organize your workspace for efficiency and re-organize your work schedule so your work flow is smooth, productive, and stress-free. It CAN be done... and you can do it!

Anna Koval and Marie Slim: Friday, Nov. 20th at 4:30pm (past)



Diane Oestreich's Preserving Your School's History: Sat., Nov. 21st at 10:45am:




LIBRARY PRACTICE LESSONS: FROM OPACs TO WIKIs: Friday, Nov. 20th at 2:15pm

Presented by Lori Broger-Mackey and Karen Gonzalez
Link to our website for this session at http://sites.google.com/site/lorikarenlibrarypractlessons/
Handouts are downloadable from the site.

Reaching Reluctant Readers: Using Booktalks and More to Entice Teens to Read

Concurrent Session F -- 1:00 P.M. - 2:00 P.M.
Presenters:
Joy Millam, Teacher Librarian, Placentia Yourba Linda USD
Joy's Booktalks and MoreWiki
Heather Gruenthal, Teacher Librarian, Anahiem Union HSD
Heather's Read if You Like Wiki