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Monthly Archives: July 2013
Hola! I am just highlighting specific pages that have been revamped to help! ONE – is a page specific to children and family events in Mexico City at this page on my blog: Children and Family Specific Events Also I … Continue reading
Finishing my coverage of the ALA Conference on my blog focused with librarian and technological connections has been amazing as well, tiring but amazing how many areas that can have an impact in the classroom that were presented and the … Continue reading
I do not usually post book reviews on my main blog, but this was a text that after receiving from a controversial individual, Oliver Stone, and I could not put it down for 600 pages, and still am in shock … Continue reading
There is a smattering, SMATTERING of items that go innoticed, workshops I was able to catch tail bits of, and pieces here and there that do not work their way into the schedule of a normal day. This post is … Continue reading
“I woke up, to the feeling of moving, like seriously, I was MOVING – like down the street. I wondered WHAT THE HECK is going on as I noticed that before I knew it, I realized the electricity was off … Continue reading
I missed this during June 3oth, but definitely made up for it later…On July 2nd! Okay, so normally, the last speaker would be the closing of the Conference, right? However, today, after I grabbed what I need to and though … Continue reading
Tuesday Closing Session ALA – July 02, 2013 Tuesday Session Octavia Spencer Octavia Spencer might have been one of the most memorable people I heard and speak at ALA. Grounded, honest, original, and humble are a few words that describe … Continue reading
Believe it or not, despite the awesome workshop and meeting Oliver Stone moment on Monday, there was more, I mean, major cram day but one of the BEST days! Get this – Meeting and hearing Alice Walker and getting an … Continue reading
I knew I forgot one session from Sunday! I attached the notes below, but this workshop, titled, Second Session on Sunday – Collaborate 21 – Admin – teacher – Librarian – Technologist Collaborative Team can integrate common core, AASL, STATE, … Continue reading
And I though Mondays were boring! NO WAY! LOVED, loved seeing, hearing, and meeting Oliver Stone and Petter Kuznick, amazing amazing stories and connections to libraries. Sure sure, the comments that he is always on the controversial side of thing, … Continue reading