I always look forward to our SCASL Conference because I come away with so many nuggets of insight, innovation and inspiration that excite me and improve the library services I offer my students. This year's conference experience was nonstop action for me, like a bullet train.
As a candidate for President Elect, I was required to prepare a short talk to introduce myself after our first keynote address. In addition to this I was asked to "unveil" our new site during the first General Session.As I prepared my presentation, it was inspiring to look back at SCASL.net when she was just a baby. Isn't she adorable? This picture was taken 13 years ago.
Book Boot Camp had a session, so I prepared an Animoto on humorous books at the middle school level and lined up with the other middies to talk about books. Tamara Cox and Monique German are like rock stars to me, so I was thrilled to actually be presenting with them! They are so professional and polished, and they take everything they do to the next level of awesome.
|Ain't no party like a middle school party baby!|
Can you believe I happened to luck out and get a ticket to the sold out Taste of Columbia Tour? That was simply amazing. Our guide, Dawn, was wonderful. We spent the evening laughing, singing, eating and drinking. What's not to love about that? My favorite restaurant was Pearlz where we had Oysters on the half shell. Here we are at the Tin Roof.
|I'm gonna whoop somebody!|
|Students make the best technology presenters!|