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July 29, 2014

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Librarians Use Social Networking Professionally More than Teachers and Principals, According to Report

Librarians Use Social Networking Professionally More than Teachers and Principals, According to Report

A recent report conducted by MMS Education reveals that librarians use social networking more than other educators.

Soapbox: Not Fast Enough

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SLJ’s latest tech survey shows that school librarians need to master a new game.

Global Education Conference: “Apps Galore”

Photo by Pixland

The Global Education Conference, held around the clock November 12–16, offered a wide range of sessions by and for educators. In particular, “Appls Galore” emphasized a variety of ways to use this technology with young students.

Disaster Relief Programs and Publishers Offer Many Ways to Help Schools and Libraries Afflicted by Sandy

First Book staff and volunteers unload boxes of new books at a warehouse in lower Manhattan. Photo by First Book

Those wishing to help school libraries and children’s collections that were damaged by Hurricane Sandy now have an array of giving options, thanks to several disaster relief programs, children’s book publishers, and charities.