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Acceptance speech

  1. 1. "The Little Engine That Could: an Attitude for Todays Librarian" Sabrina Carnesi Darden College of Education Fellow Old Dominion University November 15, 2011
  2. 2. My Journey with Books Began at an Early Age (Sorry no books here, just blocks!)
  3. 3. Hannibal,Missouri Batesville, Arkansas
  4. 4. Scarred for Life!
  5. 5. The Old White River Stadium Batesville, Arkansas
  6. 6. Rowing to theMississippi
  7. 7. http://www.cartoonstock.com/directory/m/mud_pie.asp
  8. 8. Accomplishments– Previously served on the • VEMA (soon to be the VASL-Virginia Association for School Librarians) conference planning committee for 3 years in a row • VEMA board for 2 years • AASL committee member on the American Association of University Press “Best of the Best Book Selection Committee for 4 consecutive years • I have successfully gotten 5 articles published nationally– Currently selected to serve as the • AASL State L4L coordinator - • AASL representative on the Interdivisional Committee on School/Public Library Partnership for the past 3 years • ASLCs Liaison Committee with National Organizations Serving Children and Youth • YALSA Best Paperbacks for Young Adults 2012-2014 • LMC Advisory Board • I am awaiting the outcome of my National Boards
  9. 9. Never …GIVE IN!GIVE UP!GIVE OUT!
  10. 10. Never …GIVE IN! …and stop collaboratingGIVE UP!GIVE OUT!
  11. 11. Never …GIVE IN! …and stop collaboratingGIVE UP!...it is necessary to go beyond our core curriculumGIVE OUT!
  12. 12. Never …GIVE IN! …and stop collaboratingGIVE UP!...it is necessary to go beyond our core curriculumGIVE OUT!...the importance of these skills are vital to students
  13. 13. Develop a “Can do” spirit…
  14. 14. Thank you so much! Develop a “Can do” spirit…
  15. 15. Sabrina Carnesisabrina.carnesi@nn.k12.va.us2011 FellowDarden College of Education

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