Keeping Up: Your Personal Staff Development (Part 2)

Woolls, Blanche
May 2007
School Library Media Activities Monthly;May2007, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p55
The article offers ideas for library media specialists on conducting library conferences about collaboration and course integration and reading. It suggests to address the topics of plagiarism and information literacy in library conferences. It mentions that state school library associations continue to focus on reading as an essential role for library media specialists. Additional ways to encourage children to read include using such large events as Read Across America.


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