All Things Google: Topics & Trends Series

LMIS 2000 – All Things Google: Topics & Trends Series

Class# 18226

Online

Instructor: Donna James

A customized professional development opportunity wherein learners will study a 21st Century topic or trend related to school libraries.

Fake News and Media Literacy: Topics & Trends Series

LMIS 2000 – Fake News and Media Literacy: Topics & Trends Series

Class# 18234

Online

Instructor: Donna James

A customized professional development opportunity wherein learners will study a 21st Century topic or trend related to school libraries.

North Dakota State Library Renewal and Development Conference

Renewal and Development Conference

Monday and Tuesday, April 1-2, 2019 from 9:00AM – 4:00PM with registration beginning at 8:00AM each day.

FEATURED PRESENTATIONS:

COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT
Mary Soucie, North Dakota State Librarian State Librarian
Collection development is an essential part of the continuation of libraries. Learn about the different aspects at this session.

GIRLS WHO CODE
Emily Ong, Senior Community Partner Manager for Girls Who Code
During this presentation, we will be featuring our Girls Who Code Clubs, which are completely free after-school programs for 3rd-5th or 6th-12th grade girls to join a sisterhood of supportive peers and role models and use computer science to change the world. Through fun and interactive curricula, Club girls not
only learn about how to positively impact their community through code, but they also are taught to be brave and resilient — which has an enormous impact on how they approach challenges and whether they stick with coding in the years to come.

SECOND DAY: Breakout sessions the second day will include: Open Education Resources, North Dakota Cyber Security Standards, Grant Writing Boot Camp, North Dakota Afterschool program, and so much more.

GRADUATE CREDIT: School library media specialists can get one professional development credit from Valley City State University. Carmen Redding, the School & Youth Services Specialist and Mary Soucie, the ND State Librarian, will teach an additional session Monday evening (5:00PM-8:00PM) for those who want the credit. VCSU charges $50 for the credit and you will need to register for it separately.

REGISTRATION: Cost to attend is $55 for both days, $35 for a single day, and $10 for the Monday afternoon session. Lunch is included in the registration fee.

Web 3.0 Tools: Topics & Trends Series

LMIS 2000 – Web 3.0 Tools: Topics & Trends Series

Class# 18225

Online

Instructor: Donna James

A customized professional development opportunity wherein learners will study a 21st Century topic or trend related to school libraries.

Reading Online vs Print: Topics & Trends Series

LMIS 2000 – Reading Online vs Print: Topics & Trends Series

Class# 18210

Online

Instructor: Donna James

A customized professional development opportunity wherein learners will study a 21st Century topic or trend related to school libraries.

Inquiry Learning: Topics & Trends Series

LMIS 2000 – Inquiry Learning: Topics & Trends Series

Class# 18209

Instructor: Donna James

Online

A customized professional development opportunity wherein learners will study a 21st Century topic or trend related to school libraries.

Introduction to Libraries in the Information Age

LMIS 2000 – Introduction to Libraries in the Information Age

Class# 18208

Online

Instructor: Donna James

An Introduction to Libraries in the Information Age including e-collections, reference and e-reference and meeting the information needs of digital learners.  Course includes basic introductory information about library types, library collections, library personnel, etc.  Meets the 2 credit requirement for an introduction to libraries course for initial ND LMS credential and the requirement for ND LMS credential renewal if not previously taken.

School Library Journal Diversity Workshop

LMIS 2000 – School Library Journal Diversity Workshop

Class# 17920

Instructor: Misti Werle

The editors of School Library Journal present a one-day workshop on Cultural Literacy and Diversity for Librarians.  This immersive, interactive day of learning will focus on evaluation of books and media, collection development practices, readers’ advisory, and book marketing and promotion.  Attendees will come away with an understanding of key concepts, such as white privilege, implicit bias, and intersectionality and how to use this information to create a stronger collection.

BPS Library Media Collaboration

EDUC 2000 – BPS Library Media Collaboration

Class# 17919

Instructor: Misti Werle

This course would provide strategies, planning, and implementation for classroom teachers to collaborate with library media specialists.