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Wednesday, March 11
 

3:00pm

Discovering New Approaches to Research with Brittany Bryan
Are your students "grazers", "loopers", or "skimmers" when it comes to research? What do those terms even mean? During this interactive session you"ll learn all about these concepts based on a year-long user experience study conducted by EBSCO and see how this study is leading the development of the next generation of EBSCO school resources. We'll also discuss resources already available to you via SC Discus. EBSCO "goodies" will be provided.

Wednesday March 11, 2015 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Carolina B
 
Thursday, March 12
 

4:30pm

100 Books in One Hour!
Terri Grief, AASL President will present the 100 books that she read this year in rapid fire book talks that will give you great ideas for your next book order. This session will also help you promote the books you already have but haven't had time to read. A digital list will be available which you can access at http://mccweb.mccracken.kyschools.us/~tgrief/MCHS_Library/About_Ms._Grief.html and download before the session. Sit back and enjoy!

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Thursday March 12, 2015 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Congaree A-B

4:30pm

Roll Out the Red Carpet for the SCYABA Nominees
Walk the red carpet and attend the debut of the 2015-16 SC Young Adult Book Award Nominees. Attend an exclusive screening and get your backstage pass to promotional book award resources.

Presenters

Thursday March 12, 2015 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Lexington A
 
Friday, March 13
 

11:00am

Please! Not Another PowerPoint with Cathy Jo Nelson
This session is designed to provide the librarian seeking to engage in collaborative projects with teachers and students options beyond the traditional PowerPoint teachers love to assign. Walk away with alternatives and ideas for class presentations and multimedia projects. Discover newer tools that leave dull, boring PowerPoint in the dust. Design projects that call for increased critical thinking and synthesis of skills, all while introducing students to innovative and unique tools to demonstrate mastery of content.

Friday March 13, 2015 11:00am - 12:00pm
Richland B

11:00am

The Power of Librarians, Books, Poetry and Pizza! with Lynne Douglas Simmons, Sheila Keasie and Shelby Simmons
Collaboration between School and Public Librarians is a natural result of the precious resource they share - their community's children. This session highlights ongoing partnerships among a high school library, a public library, and the school district's Title I Parent Involvement Program. Expand your circle of influence, and maybe your budget, with these ideas.
This multimedia presentation includes sample materials, student work, activity demonstrations, and a question and answer session with program participants.


Friday March 13, 2015 11:00am - 12:00pm
Lexington A