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Continuing Education Opportunity from AASL & UC Denver

The Path to Collaboration: Making it Happen

facilitated by Marilyn Heath

http://tinyurl.com/y9vh8bj

As teachers and librarians work more closely together, the benefit of
collaborative work, along with the increasing need to help learners obtain skills,
will make school librarians essential to successful schools.

Learn how to identify and analyze the factors that contribute to successful collaboration with teachers. Topics covered include: the culture of the school, the role of the media specialist, qualities of successful leaders, and the various facets of the collaborative process.

This 4-week course launches October 5.

Course Objectives

Identify the factors that influence collaboration efforts
Develop and articulate a vision for the library media center that enhances collaboration
Evaluate individual personality traits and leadership skills to discover areas for growth
Assess individual curriculum development competencies
Formulate a collaboration action plan

This course has been approved to offer up to 2.0 graduate credits for $130. The deadline to apply for graduate credits is 11/1/2009.

Fee

AASL members $99
ALA members $149
Non-members $225
Retired AASL members $99
Student AASL members $75

Our mailing address is:

American Association of School Librarians
50 East Huron Street
Chicago, Illinois 60611

Add us to your address book

Copyright (C) 2009 American Association of School Librarians All rights reserved.

Posted on behalf of AASL by Su Eckhardt

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