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CAL Conference 2008 Communities and Libraries, November 6-8

There are so many sessions to choose from this year, it will be tough to make a decision about which one to attend; from collaboration to Web 2.0, Tech Fairs, PowerPoint alternatives, storytelling, new AASL standards, and tons more, there will be something for everyone. Which ones sound good to you? Please share your thoughts with the rest of us.

Keep in mind, that the sessions listed below are just a small sampling of what is being offered. Go to the link and peruse the list. Which one do you think you will attend? Let us all know. http://cal-webs.org/documents/workshops2008.xls

Bump it up: Collaborating with Teachers to Create Powerful Learning for Kids

The NEW American Association of School Librarians (AASL) Standards for the 21st–Century Learner

Teen Tech Week District Fairs – Amazing Stories and Results!

Wow! Let’s see it again! …alternatives to PowerPoint.

Web 2.0 in the Elementary School Library

Marians Rock! Advocacy for Today’s School Librarian

Check out this link to the conference workshop page: http://cal-webs.org/documents/workshops2008.xls

And of course, don’t forget about the CASL membership meeting during lunch on Saturday. Rumor has it that the door prizes this year will be incredible!

By the way, did you vote? The last day of the election is October 8th, so let your voice be heard, get online and vote. http://www.cal-webs.org/election08.html.

Susan Gilbert
CASL President-Elect

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