Banned Books Week kicked off yesterday. I love Banned Books Week. It is a whole week dedicated to awesome stuff
We believe that free communication is essential to the preservation of a free society and a creative culture. -ALA’s The Freedom to Read Statement
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This book…will serve as a valuable learning tool to emphasize to young writers the importance of maintaining a clear main idea in their writing and of utilizing an organized system of citation to give credence to their work.
I’m taking a quick breath after my first few weeks as a High School Media Specialist to reflect, and I know one thing
After a volunteer organization meeting on Tuesday, I was the happy recipient of graduation congratulations and good wishes for my hopeful-but-yet–to-be-fully-solidified
I love vintage books. I have shelves full of them at home. I once bought a 1930s era dictionary at
Today I’m sharing an advocacy video I created for my Technologies class. In my “real” advocacy video, I would include photos
This week in my Information Technologies in Educational Organizations course, we’ve been learning and talking about leadership, advocacy, and evidence-based practice. As future
In my last post, Intellectual Freedom & Internet Filtering, I shared a few ideas about how school librarians can help schools