I'm Mike McQueen, teacher librarian and founder of http://www.GettingBoysToRead.com. Like many school districts, we are in a financial crises. Our school board recently proposed to eliminate ALL 20+ middle…"
"I read many blogs and RSS feeds inorder to keep up on all the new stuff happening with web 2.0 My favorite is Joyce's SLJ blog,
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"Thank you, Donna!
I realized I have a few other things to share with you...but I have family coming in today and I need to get off the computer!!!! LOL!
I'll get back to you!
Did you hear back from the Edublogs contest? I haven't seen a…"
"You are welcome! Have fun at FAME. I wish I could go. Not many of us in Lee County will be there. September conferences are just about impossible for our bookkeepers to do. The money just came in this week. Deb Hanson is the only media specialist I…"
I retired from the University of Central Florida in August 2007. I've been working on a survey about school library media specialists knowledge and use of webtools (web 2.0) and a wiki where we can all share resources and ideas for using webtools to make us more productive and engage students in their own learning.
Hi, Donna, Anderson is in the northwestern part of S.C. about halfway between Atlanta and Charlotte on I-85. We're about 1 1/2 hours from Brevard and 2 hours from Asheville.
Really enjoy your SUNLINK blog!
My eyes are getting better every day. I have all vision back except close-up (reading distance) but it is SIGNIFICANTLY better today than yesterday, I just might even pass an eye test Thursday at my one week follow up!
Donna I was looking at your wiki (nice job BTW) and wanted to know what software you used to design the front logo image? I'd assume it was some kind of scrapbooking software but didn't know if it was online or you bought it. Thanks N
Thanks, Donna I ran into your "stuff" through a posting on Classroom 2.0, I'll check back often. I teach gifted students in a special ed program and we do tons of stuff with computers, primary source documents, blogs, online book discussions, and literature for gifted readers. You might want to see our stuff here.
Thanks, Dr. Toler! Maybe it's good because you started me on this journey back a few years at UCF! ( You are the BEST!)
You can certainly use it! However, I may need to pixel-up the photos if Anne is correct. She responded a few minutes ago and said they would not look good projected.
I'm so glad you responded. You made my day!
Kathy (Payne) Adams
Sounds, great! Yes, it is Lee County. We had a wonderful cadre lead by Sandi Agle, Deb Hanson (amazing) and Jo Carlson where we were introduced to all things Web 2.0. I have been on a thrilling ride the last month following the experts and playing with tools. I haven't had this much fun learning about educational media since...well, since I was in your classes! (No, you couldn't remember me...it 1980-82 :/) I'll check out the site you mentioned! Thanks again!
Mansfield University Scholarship Program – Begin in January 2012
In an ongoing effort to recruit a new generation of school library leaders, Mansfield University recently received a fifth Institute of Library and Museum Services (IMLS) grant to fund scholarships for its totally online School Library & Information Technologies Master of Education degree program with school library certification. If you know of an educator or non-certified librarian seeking school library certification, please pass along the news that we are still accepting applications for the spring 2012 semester.
The Master of Education program, ideally suited for working educators
with no time to drive to a university, offers a convenient and effective path to school library certification. For detailed information and contacts please refer to the Fulfilling the Promise homepage, at http://libweb.mansfield.edu/promise/, or contact Cynthia Keller, Department Chair firstname.lastname@example.org