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I find myself relying more and more on national mentors who always seem to be ahead of the curve, who have inventive ideas, and who are not shy about sharing what works best when working with students and teachers. If you are developing your professional learning network (PLN), bring the names and website addresses of the people in the profession who influence you most, and I will share my library heroes. We can also discuss best practices for keeping track of all that information and tips for actually following through and implementing some of the great ideas that a good PLN generates.
Presented at the 2013 Kansas Library Conference by Martha House
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