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December-January 2014, Volume 5, Issue 11

Continuing Education Alert


Check Your Calendars!!

One Book SD

School Library Regional Meetings
- December 3, Aberdeen;
- December 10, Sioux Falls

Electronic Resources Challenge
January 13-March 31, online

SDLA Legislative Day
January 23, Pierre

2014 Midwinter Meeting, Philadelphia, PA
January 24-28, 2014

ALA Youth Media Awards, Philadelphia, PA
January 27, 2014

Digital Learning Day
February 5, 2014

Teen Tech Week
March 9-15, 2014

One Book SD


Featured e-Resources of the Month
ChiltonLibrary, Mango Languages now part of State Library e-resources


Continuing Education Opportunities

 

Electronic Resources Challenge, Winter 2014, starts soon

Here is what students said about the Challenge:

"Can I take the Electronic Resources Challenge again?"

"How do the electronic resources fit with Common Core?"

"My biggest discovery during this project was how many resources are available for me to use in my classroom"

"Overall, this was such a wonderful learning experience. I had no idea that the State Library provided ready-made handouts on these resources for our patrons - easy to print out and have available. I would encourage all SD librarians to take advantage of this experience; there is so much to learn."

This Challenge has something for beginners, trustees, veteran Challengers and school personnel, with contact hours for each option. See more at library.sd.gov.

 

 

More continuing education opportunities

December 2

December 3

December 4

December 5

December 9

December 10

December 11

December 16

January 8

January 15

January 22

 

 

The following are Academic webinar series hosted by ProQuest, Springer, Library Journal, and ER&L. Please go to the separate links to sign up for the upcoming webinars.

 

 

 

 

 

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