news iconBook Launch: October 27 - 30 AASL 15th National Conference & Exhibition in Minneapolis, MN


The authors all appeared at the Neal-Schuman Publishers, Inc. booth at AASL where they signed books for the newly released Teaching for Inquiry: Engaging the Learner Within.


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Authors also made other presentations at the conference.


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Articles and Books

Berger, P. (2010 Jan.). Student Inquiry and Web 2.0. School Library Monthly, 26, 5 (Link to article)


Pam Berger (one of the co-authors of Teaching for Inquiry) andBook cover for Choosing Web 2.0 Tools for Learning and Teaching in a Digital World Sally Trexler wrote Choosing Web 2.0 Tools for Teaching and Learning in a Digital World published by Libraries Unlimited in 2010. Marilyn Arnone who uses the book in a course entitled "Information Technologies for Educational Organizations" says, "This book goes way beyond explaining the how to of the technologies; its important contribution is in sharing a myriad of ways to enhance the teaching of 21st century skills in the context of the curriculum and in a way that engages student learning."

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Technology was a focus of Chapter 4. So we are suggesting a blog of someone who is always trying out fresh ideas for using technology in her library. One awarding-winning library blog you should visit often belongs to school librarian Buffy Hamilton. In her post acknowledging her honor of winning the 2011 School Library Blog Award from The Salem Press Library Awards, she wrote, "This blog is a vital reflection medium for me that is the ongoing story of my growth and continued evolution as a professional. Additionally, this blog has connected me with so many wonderful library and education professionals who share their ideas and push my thinking . . ."  Her blog is called quite appropriately The Unquiet Librarian.

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If you are interested in joining in conversations about the use of technology in education, one of the most popular Twitter tags is hashtag #edtech.


Another one that focuses on technology use in the classroom (and applies to librarians, as well) is #vitalcpd.