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T1 Central Dauphin School District Libraries, Harrisburg, PA



T2 Army Heritage Education Center, Carlisle, PA



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P1 Help! I Never Learned This in Library School – an Orientation for New School Librarians
Lynn M. Moses, School Library Development Advisor; Crystal Patterson, School Library Development Advisor
Sponsored by Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE)



P2 Picture Books Are for Everyone from Kindergarten to 100!
Judy Schachner, Author



P3 The Amazing Tools of the Internet: a Hands-on Workshop
James E. Gates, Instructional Technology Trainer, Capital Area Intermediate Unit
gatesworkshop.wikispaces.com


P4 Bridging the Gender Gap: Books for Boys
Carole D. Fiore, Owner/Consultant, Training and Library Consulting



P5 Ethical Fitness Seminar
Veanna Baxter, Instructor & School Library Consultant, Mansfield University



P6 Assessment Planner: The Why, What and How
Cynthia A. Keller, Department Chair, Mansfield University; Nancy Henry, Librarian, Instructor, Ephrata Middle School and Instructor, Mansfield University



P7 Creating Emotional Connections for Enhanced Learning
Caronne Taylor Bloom, Teacher-Librarian/ Tech Support, United Friends School



Conference 101: Making the Most of PSLA
Jean Tuzinski, Mansfield University; Linda Carvell, Millersville University; Sue Piorkowski, Blue Ridge Elementary School; Susan Hefley, Dassa McKinney Elementary School - Sponsored by the Students Committee


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W1 The Global Conversation: Social Networking Websites: Teens and Safety Issues
Gail Junion-Metz, President, Information Age Consultants, School Library Journal “Internet Librarian” Columnist
http://www.iage.com/pslasocial.ppt



W2 Young Adult Top Forty
Dr. Joyce Valenza, Teacher-Librarian, Springfield Township High School
The booklists are posted!


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Video highlights

This is my favorite session EVERY YEAR! So glad to be here!! If you are a high school or middle school Librarian this workshop will help you with your book selection and planning how to spend you modest budgets wisely!. Also it is alot of fun. These ladies have a great time presenting. Fast paced and high energy! Fun. (Mardy McGaw)

W3 Creating Multiple Paths for Learning: An Introduction to Differentiated Instruction
Dr. Mary Cay Rojtas-Milliner, Teacher-Librarian, Steel Valley High School


W4 How To Write an LSTA Grant
Debra E. Kachel, Instructor and Scholarship Director, Mansfield University; Nancy Henry, Middle School Library Media Specialist, Ephrata Middle School

Workshop PowerPoint "LSTA Grants PSLA 5-1-08.ppt"
Collection Analysis Primer Handout Coll Analysis Primer.doc
Tips for Writing a Grant Tips for Writing LSTA Grants.doc
eGrants Handout E-Grants.doc


W5 Reliability of Internet Sources in an Open Content World
Dr. Scott R. Garrigan, Director of Professional Development, Center for Advancing Partnerships in Education (CAPE)

Reliability of Internet Resources in an Open Content World reliabilityofinternetsources.pdf
Open Content: Open Source Learning Materialsopencontenthandout.pdf



W6 Hope for Haiti
Carol R. Forbes, Elementary Librarian, Hanover Public School District; Jillian R. Rockey-Forbes, Mission Director

Follow the amazing success story of Institution Univers in Ouanaminthe, Haiti, and learn about Hugues Bastien, a man with a dream who understands the importance of libraries. This workshop will contain a variety of activities.


W7 Mining Gold with a Pen: the Art of Grant Writing
Janice S. Alderman-Zucker, Principal, JAZ Consulting



W8 “Girls Know How”®: Resources and Character-Building Strategies for Young Women Geared for Success!
Ellen Langas Campbell, President, Author, Nousoma Communications, Inc.; Thomas A. Adamich, Head Cataloging Dept., Robert Morris University, and Government Documents/ Assistant Professor of Learning Resources



W9 Best of the Best in Children’s Literature for 2007
Pat Markey, Librarian, Welsh Valley Middle School; Julie Tomer, Librarian, Mellon Middle School



W10 Up Front with ACCESS PA and POWER Library
Cindy A. Pitchon, Assistant Director, HSLC/ACCESS PA; Lynn Ann Wiscount, Project Coordinator, POWER Library/Schuylkill IU 29



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Thursday Sessions


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P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7
Conference101
W1 W2 W3 W4 W5 W6 W7 W8 W9 W10

Click on "edit this page" to add to the wiki.

T1 Central Dauphin School District Libraries, Harrisburg, PA



T2 Army Heritage Education Center, Carlisle, PA



P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7


P1 Help! I Never Learned This in Library School – an Orientation for New School Librarians
Lynn M. Moses, School Library Development Advisor; Crystal Patterson, School Library Development Advisor
Sponsored by Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE)



P2 Picture Books Are for Everyone from Kindergarten to 100!
Judy Schachner, Author



P3 The Amazing Tools of the Internet: a Hands-on Workshop
James E. Gates, Instructional Technology Trainer, Capital Area Intermediate Unit
gatesworkshop.wikispaces.com


P4 Bridging the Gender Gap: Books for Boys
Carole D. Fiore, Owner/Consultant, Training and Library Consulting



P5 Ethical Fitness Seminar
Veanna Baxter, Instructor & School Library Consultant, Mansfield University



P6 Assessment Planner: The Why, What and How
Cynthia A. Keller, Department Chair, Mansfield University; Nancy Henry, Librarian, Instructor, Ephrata Middle School and Instructor, Mansfield University



P7 Creating Emotional Connections for Enhanced Learning
Caronne Taylor Bloom, Teacher-Librarian/ Tech Support, United Friends School



Conference 101: Making the Most of PSLA
Jean Tuzinski, Mansfield University; Linda Carvell, Millersville University; Sue Piorkowski, Blue Ridge Elementary School; Susan Hefley, Dassa McKinney Elementary School - Sponsored by the Students Committee


W1 W2 W3 W4 W5 W6 W7 W8 W9 W10


W1 The Global Conversation: Social Networking Websites: Teens and Safety Issues
Gail Junion-Metz, President, Information Age Consultants, School Library Journal “Internet Librarian” Columnist



W2 Young Adult Top Forty
Dr. Joyce Valenza, Teacher-Librarian, Springfield Township High School

This is my favorite session EVERY YEAR! So glad to be here!! If you are a high school or middle school Librarian this workshop will help you with your book selection and planning how to spend you modest budgets wisely!. Also it is alot of fun. These ladies have a great time presenting. Fast paced and high energy! Fun. (Mardy McGaw)

W3 Creating Multiple Paths for Learning: An Introduction to Differentiated Instruction
Dr. Mary Cay Rojtas-Milliner, Teacher-Librarian, Steel Valley High School


W4 How To Write an LSTA Grant
Debra E. Kachel, Instructor and Scholarship Director, Mansfield University; Nancy Henry, Middle School Library Media Specialist, Ephrata Middle School

Workshop PowerPoint "LSTA Grants PSLA 5-1-08.ppt"
Collection Analysis Primer Handout Coll Analysis Primer.doc
Tips for Writing a Grant Tips for Writing LSTA Grants.doc
eGrants Handout E-Grants.doc


W5 Reliability of Internet Sources in an Open Content World
Dr. Scott R. Garrigan, Director of Professional Development, Center for Advancing Partnerships in Education (CAPE)



W6 Hope for Haiti
Carol R. Forbes, Elementary Librarian, Hanover Public School District; Jillian R. Rockey-Forbes, Mission Director

Follow the amazing success story of Institution Univers in Ouanaminthe, Haiti, and learn about Hugues Bastien, a man with a dream who understands the importance of libraries. This workshop will contain a variety of activities.


W7 Mining Gold with a Pen: the Art of Grant Writing
Janice S. Alderman-Zucker, Principal, JAZ Consulting



W8 “Girls Know How”®: Resources and Character-Building Strategies for Young Women Geared for Success!
Ellen Langas Campbell, President, Author, Nousoma Communications, Inc.; Thomas A. Adamich, Head Cataloging Dept., Robert Morris University, and Government Documents/ Assistant Professor of Learning Resources



W9 Best of the Best in Children’s Literature for 2007
Pat Markey, Librarian, Welsh Valley Middle School; Julie Tomer, Librarian, Mellon Middle School



W10 Up Front with ACCESS PA and POWER Library
Cindy A. Pitchon, Assistant Director, HSLC/ACCESS PA; Lynn Ann Wiscount, Project Coordinator, POWER Library/Schuylkill IU 29



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