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The Tech Guy with Leo Laporte
March, 2014

"eBooked! Integrating Free Online Book Sites into Your Library Collection" by H. Anthony Bandy
February, 2014

Digital Gizmos: AnswerGarden and Padlet
December 2013 -- January 2014

Say It With Data: A concise guide to making your case and getting results by Priscille Dando (2014); Reviewed by Shawn Behrends

December, 2013/ January, 2014

Without a Net: Librarians Bridging the Digital Divide by Jessamyn C. West
November, 2013

Digital Gizmos: Diigo and Symbaloo
November, 2013

Google This! Putting Google and other social media sites to work for your library by Terry Ballard
October, 2013

Copyright knowledge essential to civilization, says Kenneth Crews
September, 2013

How to Teach Thinking Skills Within the Common Core by Bellanca, Fogerty and Pete
August, 2013

face2face by David Lee King
May, 2013

What are we reading?
April, 2013

From marketing to learning commons – book reviews
February, 2013

Copyright for schools—not black and white
January, 2013

Working in the Virtual Stacks: The New Library & Information Science and other resources in the news
November, 2012

Book Review: Librarian's Guide to Passive Programming
September, 2012

How to Thrive as a Solo Librarian and other resources in the news
August, 2012

From Cover to Cover: Evaluating and Reviewing Children’s Books and other resources in the news
April, 2012

The Digital Librarian's Legal Handbook and other resources in the news
March, 2012

Licensing Digital Content and other resources in the news
February, 2012

Reviewing is rewarding for me, why not you?
January, 2012
Liza Hazlett, USD, discusses the rewards of reviewing.

What is Library Development reading?
October, 2011
Copyright for Teachers & Librarians in the 21st Century and Smart Copyright Compliance for Schools reviewed by Jane Healy

What is Library Development reading?
September, 2011
Creating SMART Board Lessons: Yes, You Can! reviewed by Mary G. Johnson, School Library Coordinator

Create, Relate, & Pop @ the Library: Services & Programs for Teens & Tweens
July/August, 2011

Book review by Jane Healy: The Thriving Library: Successful Strategies for Challenging Times
June, 2011

What is Library Development Reading?
April, 2011
What They Don't Teach You at Library School by Elisabeth Dousett

What is Library Development reading?
March, 2011
Reviews of Inside, Outside, and Online: Building Your Library Community by Chrystie Hill and No Shelf Required: E-Books in Libraries edited by Sue Polanka.

What is Library Development reading?
February, 2011
Bite-Sized Marketing: Realistic Solutions for the Overworked Librarian and Winning Library Grants: a Game Plan are reviewed by SDSL staff.

What is Library Development reading?
January, 2011
Copyright Clarity: How Fair Use Supports Digital Learning Reviewed by Jane Healy

What is Library Development reading?
October, 2010
Jane Healy reviews Using Technology to Improve Adolescent Writing: Digital Make-Overs for Writing Lessons.

No Vampires Allowed: YA book review blog launches
August, 2010

What is Library Development reading?
August, 2010
This Book is Overdue! How Librarians and Cybrarians Can Save Us All Reviewed by Joan Upell

More resources in the news
July, 2010

What is Library Development reading?
July, 2010
Programming for Adults: a Guide for Small-and Medium-Sized Libraries Reviewed by Brenda Hemmelman

Scary, Gross, and Enlightening Books for Boys, Grades 3-12 by Deborah Ford (2010)
June, 2010
As reviewed by Jasmine Rockwell.

What is Library Development reading?
April, 2010

Book Review: Toward a 21st-Century School Library Media Program
March, 2010

What is Library Development reading?
February, 2010

What is Library Development reading?
November, 2009

Teen reviewers wanted
September, 2009

For Review: What to Do about Alice?
August, 2009

For Review: Terrific Math Read-Aloud
June, 2009

For Review: Redefining Literacy 2.0
May, 2009

Professional Networking for School Librarians
March, 2009

in review: school libraries
February, 2009
recommends Miss Malarkey Leaves No Reader Behind. by Judy Finchler, What I Saw and How I Lied by Judy Blundell, and No School Library Left Behind: Leadership, School Improvement, and the Media Specialist by Carl A. Harvey.

in review: school libraries
January, 2009
recommends That Book Woman by Heather Henson, The Jumping Off Place by Marian Hurd McNeely, and Librarians as Learning Specialists: Meeting the Learning Imperative for the 21st Centruy by Allison Zmuda and Violet H. Harada.

 

 

 

 

 


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