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School librarians across the country have been actively engaged in implementing the Common Core State Standards. More recently public librarians have joined the conversation, asking their colleagues what they need to know about the initiative and how it will affect collection development, homework help, and reference service. Join us for a chat with Olga M. Nesi, a regional coordinator with the New York City Department of Education, Division of Library Services, and Nina Lindsay, Children’s Services Coordinator at the Oakland Public Library, Oakland, CA as they explore the ways in which today’s professionals in public libraries are being called on to serve students in their libraries in light of the Common Core.
Olga M. Nesi – Regional Coordinator
New York City Department of Education, Division of Library Services
Nina Lindsay- Children’s Services Coordinator
Oakland Public Library, CA
Daryl Grabarack – Librarian, PS 89/IS 289, New York, NY
Editor, Curriculum Connections, School Library Journal
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|On Common Core: Watch SLJ's FREE webcast series on how the new Common Core education standards are impacting your library, your school, and your students. In these webcasts, library, literacy, and education experts from across the country will explore how to effectively implement this nationwide initiative. You will emerge more able than ever to navigate the Core's challenges, to make the most of the opportunities it brings, and to be a leader in your institution.|