October 20, 2017

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60 Tools in 60 Minutes

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Presented by: ISTE, Mackin, Capstone, littleBits and School Library Journal

Event Date & Time: Thursday, April 20th, 2017, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PT

Our popular series returns with all-new presentations on technology in the education space, from helping struggling readers to sorting fact from fiction when it comes to digital information. Led by top practitioners in the field, these one-hour free programs will offer practical insight into these hot topics in tech, with implications for schools and libraries.

Session #2: 60 Tools in 60 Minutes

Get ready for a rapid fire tool share in this next webcast in the SLJ/ISTE series. We’ll explore the best applications and gear for your school or library, including must-have multimedia content, cool coding platforms, and top choices for your maker space.

Panelists

  • Monica Cabarcas – Librarian, Albemarle High School, Charlottesville, VA
  • Heidi Williams – Head of School, Jefferson Lighthouse, Racine, WI
  • Daryl Grabarek – Senior Editor, School Library Journal
  • Kristina Holzweiss – Founder of SLIME (Students of Long Island Maker Expo), President of Long Island LEADS, SLJ‘s 2015 School Librarian of the Year

Moderator

  • Kathy Ishizuka – Executive Editor, School Library Journal

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Comments

  1. Nola Sessions says:

    I really enjoyed this webinar and was in the process of downloading the resource page when it disappeared when the webinar ended. Will these resources be posted somewhere else for us to access: the slides, all the pdf and other resources, etc? Thanks in advance.

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