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School Libraries: Remaining Relevant in a Digital World

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Are you looking for ways to keep your school library relevant in an ever changing digital landscape? Would you like to increase student engagement and fun within the library, while still maintaining academic and educational focus? Join Nikki D. Robertson as she shows you how to evaluate and manage your library's digital footprint and where you can get started improving that footprint. She will share how to get connected with others like you in order to share and learn new ideas. Nikki will also suggest ways in which you can increase student engagement in the library by incorporating makerspaces, robotics, and gamification for a fun, interactive, and educational library.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Library and Information
Last aired on: Wednesday, August 7, 2019 @ 11:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Digital Media, Reading & Writing
Tags: gamification, librarians, libraries, library, makerspaces, media center, robotics

Reviews (50)

Full Member
Thank you so much for sharing.
Yes, our county does block social sad. I connect when I get home and share news from school.
Basic Member
Great information
good source
Informative... and yes I agree review before things are passed onto others.
Full Member
Some good ideas. Itís so true that the teachers are so busy and donít want to stay for trainings, so I like Nikkiís ideas.
Full Member
Excellent presentation.
Basic Member
I appreciated the comments about building relationships with teachers.
Full Member
Great new ideas mixed with reinforcement of things I already have in practice. Thanks!
Full Member
Great reinforcement for librarians to make those teacher connections and be ready to meet their needs and at the same time toot our own horns on the important "stuff" that librarians do. :)
Full Member
Excellent. I have viewed it twice to take in all the great ideas.
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