Embedding book trailers on your library web page is a great way to pique interest in your collection. There are various software programs you could use to make your book trailer: iMovie, Photostory, MovieMaker, Google Presentations, Prezi, and VoiceThread to name a few. You don’t […]
I attended the OASL 2010 conference in Bend, Oregon on October 8th and 9th. I attended the afternoon pre-conference and several sessions on Saturday that have impacted my understanding and teaching as a teacher librarian. On Friday afternoon, I had the pleasure to hear Jerene […]
Tom Barrett has another “Interesting Ways” collaborative presentation in the works. This one is about using QR codes in the classroom. Mine is tip is #5: Using QR codes to promote school events. View the presentation at: https://docs.google.com/present/view?id=dhn2vcv5_765hsdw5xcr or help out and add your own idea.
Submitted by Colette Cassinelli
Reach your teen audience with creative ways that promote reading and Young Adult literature using free or open-source technology tools. 1. READ Posters: Following the format of READ posters create by the American Library Association, take photos of staff members and students dressed in costumes […]
Join a collaborative project. Go to: http://10-10-10.wikispaces.com/ Get Involved: This wiki is open to anyone who loves YA books. You don’t have to be a teacher-librarian to share your love of reading! Choose a theme: You can recommend your TOP TEN YA books of all time, […]