Here’s what I figured out most librarians go to Annual for: Reuniting with colleagues who live far away
Programming for Tweens? Ideas from #alaac16
At what age does a child qualify as a tween? Lisa Kropp (@lisagkropp) posed this question at the start of “InbeTWEEN: Services and Programs for Tweens in Public Libraries.”
Learning to Like Mistakes at #alaac16
Everyone makes mistakes, but how many of us embrace them as learning agents?
#alaac16: Top Ten Random Thoughts about the Conference
My conference obligations are done, and I am packed to go home tomorrow morning. Here are my take-aways from #alaac16.
Newbery-Caldecott-Wilder Dinner #alscac16
I was an “honorary local arrangements” volunteer and had a lot of fun greeting people headed for the Newbery-Caldecott-Wilder dinner! If you have a chance to help out (and don’t want to pay the banquet $$) volunteering gets you the perk of reserving a prime seat for the speeches early and the fun of being a greeter for the banquet!
#alaac16: Authors Performing Readers’ Theater
What do you get when you put David Shannon, Mary GrandPre, Alan Gratz, Raina Telgemeier, Christine Kendall, and Jordan Sonnenblick all on stage together? Some pretty intensely funny, and dramatic, book readings.
#alaleftbehind ? Don’t worry
If you’re one of the many people who couldn’t make #alaac16, don’t worry. ALSC is still working for you. Here’s a glimpse of today’s Leadership meeting.