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  1. 1. Conference-at-a-Glance Thursday, October 18 Friday, October 19th 7:30 - 8:30 a.m. Registration 7:00 - 8:00 a.m. School Library Director’s Room: Main Lobby Meeting Room: 202A 8:30 - 9:00 a.m. Welcome • Gwen Lehman, KASL President 8:30 - 9:15 a.m. Session 5 • Susan Ballard, ASSL President Room: Heritage Hall 9:15 - 9:30 a.m. Break 9:00 - 9:45 a.m. Opening session 9:30 - 10:15 a.m. Session 6 Room: Heritage Hall 10:15 - 11:15 a.m. Break with the Vendors Keynote - Moving at the Speed of Creativity and Book Signing • Dr. Wesley Fryer, Digital Learning Consultant, Author, Digital Storyteller, and Room: Heritage Hall North Educator 11:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Session 7 Moving at the Speed of Creativity is Wesley Fryer‘s blog. He uses this site to digitally document his own journey of learning and collaborate with other educators and lifelong learners around 12:00 - 2:00 p.m. Lunch, Awards, and the globe. He focuses primarily on issues related to engaged learning, web 2.0 technologies, Keynote digital storytelling, educational leadership, literacy, blended learning, creativity, appropriate uses Room: Heritage Hall of educational technologies, digital citizenship, and educational transformation. • Distinguished Library Media Specialist Award - Linda Glaze 9:45 - 10:00 a.m. Break • Vision Award - Linda Roberts 10:00 - 10:45 a.m. Session 1 Lunch Keynote - The Power of Books 10:45 - 11:00 a.m. Break • Elizabeth Eulberg, Author 11:00 - 11:45 a.m. Session 2 Born in the small town of Portage, Wisconsin, Elizabeth has 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. Lunch written books geared toward secondary students, including the Room: Heritage Hall middle school crowd. Named after a literary character (Little Women’s Beth), Elizabeth’s passion for books shaped her love for Lunch Keynote - Dream Big: How the Right Books (and the Right travel and music...and eventually led her to a career as a publicist Librarians) Turned a Reluctant Reader into an Author and author. Elizabeth is proof that books have a powerful and • Bruce Hale, Author and Illustrator lasting influence on young readers. By third grade, author Bruce Hale knew exactly what he wanted to be: Daniel Boone. However, somewhere along the way, the right librarians and the right books inspired him to try a different path. Enjoy the stories of seriously funny Bruce Hale, the author of Chet Gecko mysteries, the Underwhere series, and many more. Artistic, musical, and energetic, this author is a character who creates characters! Bruce tells the story with humor, heart, and a few unexpected life lessons. 1:30 - 2:30 p.m. Dessert with Vendors and Book Signing Room: Heritage Hall North 2:30 - 3:15 p.m. Session 3: Business Meetings and District Meetings Room: 202B-C 3:15 - 3:30 p.m. Break 3:30 - 4:15 p.m. Session 4 An Equal Employment/Educational Opportunity Agency: The Kansas State Department of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: KSDE General Counsel, 120 Secondary 10th Ave., Topeka, KS, 66612, 785-296-32042 | 2012 Kansas Association of School Librarians Conference
  2. 2. Keynote SpeakersSusan D. Ballard Bruce Hale Thursday Keynote: 8:40 - 9:00 a.m. Thursday Lunch Keynote: Session 4 Breakout 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. Developing the Brand – Taking Charge Session 1 Breakout of Program Identity Story Power: Inside Bruce Hale’s Writing President of AASL, Adjunct professor at Workshop Simmons College Graduate School of Library Author and Illustrator and Information Science in the Instructional Take a peek inside author Bruce Technology Licensure Program Hale’s Story Power Writing Workshop, which he has conducted in schools “A ship in harbor is safe - but that is not what across the country. Discover more about the creative process, ships were built for.” story structure, and engaging methods for teaching writing. The -- Admiral Grace Hopper session will be culminated by creating a story together. My passion is for strong, school library programs with www.brucehale.comeffective, certified school librarians at the helm. I know we makea tremendous difference in assuring excellence in teachingand learning. I am appalled when positions are eliminated and Elizabeth Eulbergprograms collapse. Quality people and programs are needed Friday Lunch Keynote:now, more than ever. AASL must speak, and be willing to take 12:00 - 1:30 p.m.calculated risks to educate communities and government onthe essential role of school libraries. We cannot be bashful when Session 6 Breakoutadvocating for students and 21st century learning standards. I Take a Bow: The Publishing Processwill bring my best thinking and work to communicate evidence Authorsupporting our role, fight for funding to continue our journey,and articulate our Learning 4 Life mission. We are the variable Join Elizabeth for more than theto help launch learning, and ensure that all students have the average Sweet Valley High romantic taleopportunity to achieve. of writing. Learn how she went from www.ala.org/aasl/aboutaasl/aaslgovernance/aaslpres/presidentspage being a music geek in high school to a publicist then a full-time writer. Learn how she turns the original seed that’s planted for aDr. Wesley Fryer story to an outline and finished book. Learn how music, dance, travel, and the publishing industry have impacted her life. Thursday Keynote: 9:00 - 9:45 a.m. elizabetheulberg.com Session 2 Breakout Media Matters - Learn about the iPad Media Camp, Video Games, and more! Digital Learning Consultant, Author, Digital Storyteller, and Educator Dr. Wesley Fryer is a digital learning consultant, author, digital storyteller, educator, and change agent. Withrespect to school change, he describes himself as a “catalyst forcreative engagement and collaborative learning.” Wesley is theexecutive director of the nonprofit Story Chasers Inc., the leadpartner in the Celebrate Oklahoma Voices, Celebrate KansasVoices, and Celebrate Texas Voices digital storytelling projects.This 21st century digital learner communicates by more thanbooks and videos. Be enlightened by this K-State believer in aglobal audience for “On-the-Go Readers” and Tech Savvy Teachers! www.wesfryer.com 2012 Kansas Association of School Librarians Conference | 3
  3. 3. Session 1Thursday - October 1810:00 - 10:45 a.m. 200 201 202A 202B 202C 203A 203B 203C Where I’m From Tips for Success iPad iDeas Story Power: Inside Bruce Hale’s Writing Alexandria Rethinking Online Reaching Reluctant GRADES: K-12 at National GRADES: 9-12 Workshop Cross-Platform Discussions: Middle School Conferences GRADES: K-8 Automation System From Boredom to Readers GRADES: K-12 & GRADES: K-12 Engagement GRADES: 6-8 Academic GRADES: 9-12 & AcademicSession Descriptions:Where I’m From Alexandria Cross-Platform Automation System • Author - Librarian Cheryl Hudson • Alexandria Representative Kevin DibbRoom: 200 Room: 203A Students research their home state and write a “Where I’m From” poem Alexandria Library Automation: Check it Out! Fully integrated, cross-that ties their activities with the places from their home state. Using Microsoft platform, web-based library automation system used and loved by thousandsPowerPoint, Movie Maker, and Audacity, students create a movie about their of librarians. Learn how Alexandria will increase the worth and value of yourpoem. wonderful libraries. GRADES: K-12 GRADES: K-12Tips for Success at National Conferences Rethinking Online Discussions: From Boredom to • Librarians Linda Roberts and Vicki Van Becelaere EngagementRoom: 201 • Professor Rajesh Singh and Technology Manager Yvonne Ballester Have you ever been to a national conference? Hear why you need to attend Room: 203Ba national conference such as AASL, Mid-Winter, ALA, Fall Forum, etc. We will Improve online discussions with more sophisticated social media tools suchshare our experiences and suggest how to prepare and navigate amazing as blogs and Blackboard. Surprising survey results will be shared assistingconferences. educators in revamping their instructional approaches to online course GRADES: K-12 & Academic discussion, resulting in increased student learning, sharing, and engagement. GRADES: 9-12 & AcademiciPad iDeas • Librarians Amanda Davis and Cristy Bolton Reaching Reluctant Middle School ReadersRoom: 202A • Librarian Cathy Coronado Learn and share iPad apps and awesome lesson integration ideas. Room: 203C GRADES: 9-12 A panel of middle school librarians will lead a discussion how to entice reluctant readers in your school. Participation is welcome!Story Power: Inside Bruce Hale’s Writing Workshop GRADES: 6-8 • Author and Illustrator Bruce HaleRoom: 202B-C Take a peek inside author Bruce Hale’s Story Power Writing Workshop, whichhe has conducted in schools across the country. Discover more about the creativeprocess, story structure, and engaging methods for teaching writing. The sessionwill be culminated by creating a story together. GRADES: K-84 | 2012 Kansas Association of School Librarians Conference
  4. 4. Session 2Thursday - October 1811:00 - 11:45 a.m. 200 201 202A 202B 202C 203A 203B 203C Using the iPad with Dream, Create, That All May Read! Media Matters - Learn about the iPad Trends in Football Literacy: Free eBooks, Blooms Taxonomy Inspire your Talking Books Media Camp, Video Games, and More! Transliteracy Using the Gridiron Technology, and GRADES: K-12 & Students and Staff GRADES: K-12 & GRADES: K-12 GRADES: K-12 & Game to Get Boys State Library Academic with Tablets! Academic Academic (& Girls!)Are you Databases GRADES: 6-12 & ready for some GRADES: 6-12 Academic football? GRADES: K-8Session Descriptions:Using the iPad with Bloom’s Taxonomy Trends in Transliteracy • Professor David Pownell • Librarians Juanita Jameson and Cindy PfeifferRoom: 200 Room: 203A This session demonstrates iPad apps matched with Bloom’s Taxonomy creating Transliteracy is the ability to read, write, and interact across a range oflearning at every grade level. From remembering to applying to creating the platforms, tools, and media through handwriting, print, TV, radio, and film torevised model, this framework guides educators to improve student learning. digital social networks. Presenters will share ideas from conferences, and discuss GRADES: K-12 & Academic the range of transliteracy skills in an online environment. GRADES: K-12 & AcademicDream, Create, Inspire your Students and Staff with Tablets! • Librarian Earl Givens Football Literacy: Using the Gridiron Game to Get Boys (andRoom: 201 Girls!) Are You Ready for Some Football? Participants will experience the value of patron surveys and learn how to • Author Dan Verdickcreate and implement a survey, QR code, and more. Room: 203B GRADES: 6-12 & Academic You’ll march down the hall and score touchdowns with your readers! Includes a list of:That All May Read! Talking Books • top football books and resources, • Reader’s Advisor Dana Carter • surprising stats on football’s popularity,Room: 202A • how it continues to break records, Celebrate the opportunities of Talking Books and learn the various features • ways to include media literacy,and services. The streamlined process offers a wealth of resources and one entire • multi-generation research projects, andnovel on one cassette. Learn about individual and institutional services. • American history studies using the NFL. GRADES: K-12 & Academic Great strategies for getting boys and girls to read with a demo of “Inside the NFL.” This football database is for elementary and middle school readers fromMedia Matters - Learn about the iPad Media Camp, Video Sports Zone, an imprint of ABDO Publishing.Games, and More! GRADES: K-8 • Digital Learner Wesley FryerRoom: 202B-C Free eBooks, Technology, and State Library Databases Enjoy videos from an iPad media camp, Minecraft time lapse building, games, • Kansas Online Librarian Lianne Flaxand storytelling. Learn how library media specialists are helping students as Room: 203Cwell as teachers develop digital literacy skills alongside curriculum content Learn about the updated statewide audiobooks, eBooks, databases, and otherknowledge by “Mapping Media to the Common Core.” By focusing on the creation services available 24/7 free of charge through the State Library of Kansas.and sharing of different kinds of media products, librarians can help learners GRADES: 6-12engage in higher order thinking, problem solving skills, oral language fluency,and more! http://wfryer.me/mmc GRADES: K-12 2012 Kansas Association of School Librarians Conference | 5
  5. 5. Session 3Thursday - October 1812:00 - 1:30 p.m. Lunch KASL Membership Meeting Minutes:Room: Hertitage Hall October 13, 2011 Bicentennial Center, Salina, Kansas Enjoy a delicious lunch with entertaining author Bruce Hale Juanita Jameson, KASL President, welcomed the members to the annual KASL membership meeting1:30 - 2:30 p.m. October 13, 2011, at 2:35 p.m. The minutes wereDessert with Vendors and Book Signing presented as earlier corrected. Julie Doyen moved toRoom: Heritage Hall North accept minutes as read. Mary Butel seconded. MotionPartake in tasty desserts, visit with authors, and talk to vendors carried. Cindy Pfieffer discussed importance of contacting2:30 - 3:15 p.m. senators and asking them to support the inclusion of librarians in the act and passing the skills act (ESEA). JulieBusiness Meetings and Distict Meetings Doyen shared information about information retainingRoom: 202B-C library media specialists in QPA. Discussion followed. Diane Leupold discussed the KASL budget. Questions and discussion followed. Juanita discussed possible joint conference with KLA in fall of 2013. Because we are going to be having a separate conference again next year, we will have the conference again in Salina on October 11-12, 2012. She reminded members to fill out survey and write in if they want to be presenters next year. Discussion followed. A recommendation was made to give a discount to members who are presenting a session. Judy Desetti moved that council consider this recommendation. Diane Taylor seconded. Discussion followed. Motion carried. Meeting adjourned at 2:51p.m. Respectfully Submitted, Jane Maresch, Secretary6 | 2012 Kansas Association of School Librarians Conference
  6. 6. Session 4Thursday - October 183:30 - 4:15 p.m. 200 201 202A 202B 202C 203A 203B 203C The Inside-Out Tools for Managing Inspired to Write Developing the Brand – Taking Charge of Vote for Books Oh, the Horror! Julies Best Picks for Classroom Professional GRADES: 6-12 Program Identity GRADES: K-6 Getting Monsters, 2012 GRADES: 9-12 & Information GRADES: K-12 & Ghouls, Zombies & GRADES: K-8 Academic Overload Vampires in your GRADES: K-12 & Library! Academic GRADES: K-12Session Descriptions:The Inside-Out Classroom Vote for Books • Professor Noreen Templin • Librarian Jenny GorupRoom: 200 Room: 203A Turn the classroom inside-out; incorporate technology infused Common Core Integrate Kids Voting in the Library using Children’s Literature. Librarians willStandards; place the responsibility of learning on the student. be provided with lesson ideas and plans for a school wide election including GRADES: 9-12 & Academic ideas for incorporating technology. GRADES: K-6Tools for Managing Professional Information Overload • Heather Braum, Digital and Technical Services, NEKLS Oh, the Horror! Getting Monsters, Ghouls, Zombies andRoom: 201 Vampires in your Library! Lighten your load! Don’t struggle or stress about information overload! Tips • Author Dan Verdickfor maintaining sanity in an information rich profession will assist you. Room: 203B GRADES: K-12 & Academic Books so good they’re scary! Don’t be scared about horror in your library - it’s one of the best ways to reach reluctant readers and increase circulation. ThisInspired to Write fun session looks at the roots of the horror genre, shares resources for collection • Author Angie Durborow development, and offers ideas for displays and programs. Resources for titlesRooom: 202A from second through twelfth grades will be shared. The author of “Declarations of a Fat Girl” will share experiences dealing with a GRADES: K-12complicated and difficult world. You will laugh and cry during this entertainingpresentation encouraging students to engage in creative writing. Julie’s Best Picks for 2012 • Librarian Julie Tomlianovich GRADES: 6-12 Room: 203CDeveloping the Brand – Taking Charge of Program Identity Julie picks her favorite children’s books from 2012 (so far). They do not have • AASL President Susan Ballard to be on a notable list to make this best picks list, but they may be, funny, sad,Room: 202B-C informative or just her preference. These titles are for the classroom and the school library. For far too long school libraries have been defined by out-dated perceptionsabout our programs. As a follow up to the keynote address, we’ll review the “top GRADES: K-8ten” things you can do” at the local level to develop a positive brand identity foryour program. GRADES: K-12 & Academic 2012 Kansas Association of School Librarians Conference | 7
  7. 7. Session 5Friday, October 188:30 - 9:15 a.m. 200 201 202A 202B 202C 203A 203B 203C Supporting the Primary Sources Students Involved The States Command of the Common Core How AR is relevant Picture Books Arent Dealing with Digital Research Bring Kansas with Senior Citizens GRADES: K-5 in the Common Just for Children Depression Process with Digital History to Life! GRADES: 6-12 Core Era GRADES: 6-12 GRADES: K-12 & Tools GRADES: 6-12 GRADES: K-12 Academic GRADES: 6-12 & AcademicSession Descriptions:Supporting the Digital Research Process with Digital Tools How AR is relevant in the Common Core Era • Librarian Lindsey Hogan • Renaissance Learning Representative Jennifer BurnsRoom: 200 Room: 203A Attendees will be guided through a typical library research project starting This session outlines specific and practical ways to use AR to address keywith search terms and concluding with a final product, LibGuides, digital points in ELA Standards. If you don’t have AR, you’ll still find real value in FREEnotecards, and citation tools will be discussed. Renaissance resources you can access today to support the CCS ELA goals! GRADES: 6-12 & Academic GRADES: K-12Primary Sources Bring Kansas History to Life! Picture Books Aren’t Just for Children • Author-Librarian Ronda Hassig • Librarian Carin BarwickRoom: 201 Room: 203B The Abduction of Jacob Rote provides a historical fiction account of Use creative picture books to introduce sophisticated topics to middle andQuantrill’s 1863 Raid on Lawrence through the eyes of a real teen boy. Creative high school students. Practical examples will be provided.examples of Kansas History lessons using primary and digital sources in the GRADES: 6-12classroom and the library will be presented. GRADES: 6-12 Dealing with Depression • Authors Amy Viets and Bernadette StankardStudents Involved with Senior Citizens Room: 203C • Author Ann Parr When depression strikes, it affects more than the depressed person. LearnRoom: 202A practical ways to deal with depression and to help students you work with who Middle and high school students pair with senior citizens recounting historical may experience depression in their families.events then create memorable WWII projects. GRADES: K-12 & Academic GRADES: 6-12The State’s Command of the Common Core • KSDE Text Complexity Team Member Barb BahmRoom: 202B-C Text Complexity and the Common Core Standards grades K-5 for EnglishLanguage Arts, Literacy, and Math emphasize the importance of studentshaving regular practice reading complex texts. Overview and “in action”opportunities will be provided. GRADES: K-58 | 2012 Kansas Association of School Librarians Conference
  8. 8. Session 6Friday - October 199:30 - 10:15 a.m. 200 201 202A 202B 202C 203A 203B 203C Save Paper! Digital The Forbidden Aligning Common Take a Bow: The Publishing Process Change Screen Win the KASL The Music behind Case Study Analysis: Banned Books Core and AASL GRADES: 6-12 Monsters to National Conference “The Little Piano Moving from Paper Celebrate 30 Years Literacy Standards Motivated Readers Award and Fly to Girl” by Mary to Video Response of Liberating Grades: K-12 GRADES: K-8 AASL! Williams Format Literacy GRADES: K-12 GRADES: K-8 GRADES: 6-12 & GRADES: 6-12 AcademicSession Descriptions:Save Paper! Digital Case Study Analysis: Moving from Paper to Change Screen Monsters to Motivated ReadersVideo Response Format • Professor Dusti Howell • Dr. Robert Allen Moody Room: 203ARoom: 200 Since more students are spending more time on screens and less time Switch from the traditional four-hour written comprehensive exam to a one- reading, what are the side-effects? Techniques will be shared how to get kidshour Skype videoconference. Prepare graduate candidates for their final exam reading more.and case studies assignments. Graduate students used Google Presentation, GRADES: K-8Screencast-o-matic, Youtube, and more. GRADES: 6-12 & Academic Win the KASL National Conference Award and Fly to AASL! • Librarian Sherry TurnbullThe Forbidden Banned Books Celebrate 30 Years of Liberating Room: 203BLiteracy Did you know KASL offers one librarian a chance to attend the national • Librarians Dee Stoecker & Desirée Moore AASL conference with $1,000 expenses paid? Learn about the AASL conferenceRoom: 201 in Minneapolis and how to apply for the award for next year’s conference in Praise the Freedom to Read! Enjoy a lively discussion of banned books, Hartford, Connecticut. If you are interested in travel, new colleagues, and thecontemporary and classics, as well as successful programming strategies for best professional development, this is for you!promoting banned books in your library. GRADES: K-12 GRADES: 6-12 The Music behind The Little Piano Girl by Mary WilliamsAligning Common Core and AASL Literacy Standards • Author Ann Ingalls • Library Director Brenda Lemon and Computer Teacher Brett Koster Room: 203CRoom: 202 A Explore the history, types, and styles of art in Children’s Literature, linking Learn how to align and integrate solid teaching strategies with Technology, art activities with engaging tidbits. The author of The Little Piano Girl, thethe AASL Literacy Standards, and the Common Core Standards. childhood story of Mary Lou Williams who was the most prolific composer and arranger of all time, will share strategies. GRADES: K-12 GRADES: K-8Take a Bow: The Publishing Process • Author Elizabeth EuhlbergRoom: 202B-C Join Elizabeth for more than the average Sweet Valley High romantic taleof writing. Learn how she went from being a music geek in high school to apublicist then a full-time writer. Learn how she turns the original seed that’splanted for a story to an outline and finished book. Learn how music, dance,travel, and the publishing industry have impacted her life. GRADES: 6-12 2012 Kansas Association of School Librarians Conference | 9
  9. 9. Session 7Friday, October 1811:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 200 201 202A 202B 202C 203A 203B 203C The Advent of Web Wonderful William Open Educational Not Complex - Just Text Complexity and Beyond Caldecott: Tired of the OMG, Creating a Buzz Scale Discovery Allen White Awards Resources and the States Command of the Common Core The Importance of LOL, BRB!? Student About Books Tools: Research GRADES: K-8 Collaborating GRADES: 6-12 Art in Childrens Communication in GRADES: K-5 Effects in Higher with Teachers for Literature the 21st Century Education and Student Success GRADES: K-5 Classroom Beyond GRADES: K-12 & GRADES: 6-12 GRADES: 9-12 & Academic AcademicSession Descriptions:The Advent of Web Scale Discovery Tools: Research Effects in Beyond Caldecott: The Importance of Art in Children’sHigher Education and Beyond Literature • Professor Joelle Pitts • Librarian Carin BarwickRoom: 200 Room: 203A Web Scale Discovery is a new breed of library research providing a single Explore the history, types and styles of art in Children’s Literature and learnplatform to search a library’s books, databases, archives, and more. Learn about some fun activities linking literature and art. A Bonus Bibliography of illustratorstools Kansas institutions have adopted or on the verge of adopting. who hide things in their pictures will be shared! GRADES: 9-12 & Academic GRADES: K-5Wonderful William Allen White Awards Tired of the OMG, LOL, BRB!? Student Communication in the • Author - Librarian Beverley Buller and WAW Executive Director John 21st Century Classroom Sheridan • Librarian Abby CorneliusRoom: 201 Room: 203B The 2013-2014 William Allen White Award Master Lists will be introduced. Research proves that students learn better in online communication. ThisCelebrate the 60th anniversary! session will help attendees understand how to integrate online communication GRADES: K-8 in the classroom and develop an online community for learners. Attendees will leave this session with the ability to create and use online forums and gain anOpen Educational Resources and Collaborating with Teachers understanding of best practices. tiredoftheomg.edublogs.orgfor Student Success GRADES: 6-12 • Heather Braum, Digital and Technical Services, NEKLSRoom: 202A Creating a Buzz About Books Make the move from traditional textbooks and learn about the emerging • Librarian Debbi Maddytrend of Open Educational Resources (OER) and collaborate with teachers for Room: 203Cstudent success. What is Buzzing in your World? Ideas for generating excitement about GRADES: K-12 & Academic reading will be shared. GRADES: K-5Not Complex - Just Text Complexity and the State’s Commandof the Common Core • KSDE Text Complexity Team Member Barb BahmRoom: 202B-C Text Complexity and the Kansas Common Core Standards grades 6-12 forEnglish Language Arts, Literacy, and Math emphasize the importance ofstudents having regular practice reading complex texts. Overview and “inaction” opportunities will be provided. GRADES: 6-1210 | 2012 Kansas Association of School Librarians Conference
  10. 10. Exhibitors, Supporting Institutions and SponsorsExhibitors: Mackin Education Resources Abdo Publishing Pearson Alexandria Perma-Bound Books Baker & Taylor, Inc. Rainbow Books Bear Port Publishing Renaissance Learning Bound to Stay Bound Books Rourke Educational Media Creative Outreach Scholastic Book Fairs Delaney Educational Enterprises, Inc. Shelly Simoneau Stories Follett Library Resources, Inc. World Book, Inc. Gale, Part of Cengage Learning Gumdrop Books HMH Specialized Curriculum Great Source, Rigby, Steck Vaughn Kansas Heritage CenterSupporting Institutions: Emporia State University Pittsburg State University Fort Hays State University Washburn University Kansas State UniversitySponsors: Kansas Association of School Librarians Kansas Association for Educational Communications and Technology Kansas State Department of Education 2012 Kansas Association of School Librarians Conference | 11
  11. 11. Awards and Upcoming Events Disclaimer: In an effort to provide numerous, varied sessions, space is limited. Please thank all presenters and volunteers for their time and expertise.Chamber Recommended Unwind and Unconference locations Salina welcomes you to enjoy restaurants, shopping, book discussions, sporting events, plays, exhibits and more! Visit http://www.salinakansas.org for details.Upcoming KASL meetings, workshops, or eventsKASL District I WorkshopTheme: Ready, Set, Innovate! KASL District III Workshop KASL District V WorkshopDate: Saturday, March 16, 2013 Theme: Building Lifelong Learners Theme: Faces of ReadingLocation: Gardner Edgerton High School, Gardner, KS Date: Saturday, March 9, 2013 Date: Saturday, March 2, 2013District I Director: Robin Schrack Location: Sterling Grade School, Sterling, KS Location: Comanche Middle School, Dodge City, KSDistrict I Assistant Director: Marla Lambert District III Director: Amy Brownlee District V Director: Kathy FrederkingKASL District II Workshop District III Assistant Director: Karen Dater District V Assistant Director: Julie TuckerTheme: Ribbons of Learning KASL District IV WorkshopDate: Saturday, March 9, 2013 Theme: Caring and SharingLocation: Arkansas City Middle School, Arkansas City, KS Date: Saturday, February 23, 2013District II Co-Directors: Georgia Sweetwood & Cathy Wilcox Location: Chapman High School Library, Chapman, KSDistrict II Assistant Director: Ruth McCauley District IV Director: Brenda Lemon District IV Assistant Directors: Gail Hughes & Carol Higley12 | 2012 Kansas Association of School Librarians Conference
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  14. 14. Certificate of Participation Presented to ____________________________________________________________________ On October __________, 2012 In recognition of ________ hours of training. _____________________________ _____________________________ Event Leader President, Kansas Association of School Librarians Bicentennial Center • Salina, Kansas Sponsored by: Kansas Association of School Librarians • Kansas Association of Educational Communications and Technology • Kansas State Department of Education