Be the Change: Make the Administrator Connection

Thursday, April 25, 2013, 6:00 - 7:00 PM ET Hear from school administrators about how to work with them to make the library central to the school’s strategic direction--help shape the school’s future to better serve our kids, make a mark that matters, and get noticed for it. Archive Now Available!
SPONSORED BY: Mackin Educational Resources, Capstone, Rosen Publishing, and School Library Journal EVENT DATE AND TIME: Thursday, April 25, 2013, 6:00 - 7:00 PM ET/ 3:00  - 4:00 PM PT Archive Now Available! Hear from school administrators about how to work with them to make the library central to the school’s strategic direction--help shape the school’s future to better serve our kids, make a mark that matters, and get noticed for it. Takeaway: 10 Ways to Connect to Your Administrators Panelists Patrick Larkin- Assistant Superintendent for Learning, Burlington Public School, MA Mark Ray- Manager of Instructional Technology & Library Services, Vancouver Public Schools, WA Kathy Kaldenberg- School Librarian/Media Specialist, Solon Community School District, IA Sam Miller- Superintendent, Solon Community School District, IA Moderator Shannon McClintock Miller - District Teacher Librarian, Van Meter Community School, IA Click here to register for Be the Change: 10 Keys To Leadership Click here to register for Be the ChangeRaise the Bar with Effective Collaborations  Click here to register for Be the Change:  Take the Lead on Standards: Common Core and More  Didn't make it on April 25? No problem! The archive is now available for on-demand viewing at your convenience! Follow us on Twitter! @SLJEvent  #SLJBTC By registering for this webcast, you are agreeing that School Library Journal may share your registration information with sponsors currently shown and future sponsors of this event. Click here to review the entire School Library Journal Privacy Policy.

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