Salem Press Launches The Library Grants Center

Salem Press via kwout Today, Salem Press launched The Library Grants Center, a free, online directory of grants for libraries.   Developed and Edited by Mirela Roncevic for Salem Press, the grants tool empowers librarians to locate library grant funding sources on the national, state, regional and local levels (US sources).  The center is free, requires no login or […]

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Wes Fryer’s Copyright Resources

Teach Digital: Curriculum by Wes Fryer wiki / copyright via kwout Check out Wes Fryer’s copyright resource wiki and his newest presentation at SlideShare for his materials on copyright, fair use, and educators.

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Save the Date: Poem in Your Pocket Day 2009!

Poem In Your Pocket Day – Poets.org – Poetry, Poems, Bios & More via kwout One of my favorite months of the year is April because it is National Poetry Month! We celebrated poetry in many ways last year in our media center with special book displays, posters of student poems, student poetry podcasts, a […]

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YALSA Teen Tech Week Wiki

Teen Tech Week – YALSA via kwout If you are like me and trying to figure out what cool and innovative activities to plan for Teen Tech Week (yes, I should have thought before now!!!), then check out the fab YALSA Teen Tech Week Wiki.  Here you will find ideas for promoting Teen Tech Week […]

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It’s “Tweet”!: Twitter, A Seriously Fun Social Networking Tool

Last summer, I registered for a Twitter account, but drifted away it from it quickly as I thought it was more of a “fun” social networking tool that did not have any real meaningful application. Was I WRONG! I reconnected with Twitter last week thanks to my friend Stephen Rahn at the Kennesaw State Ed […]

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