Webcast Alert! Moving Foward: Engaging the 21st Century Learner

DATE: Tuesday, November 17, 2009 | TIME: 12:30–1:30 PM EDT | REGISTER TODAY

Are schools engaging today’s digital learner and empowering them with the skills and knowledge demanded by universities and employers in a global economy? As a library professional and educator, your interaction with the 21st century learner may hold the key to each student’s success in an increasingly competitive world.

Join moderator Michelle Begora, Program Director at Follett Software Company and a panel of library experts to find out:

* What new skill sets are important to move the librarian role forward.
* How new library technology is re-engaging digital learners.
* Why librarians are ‘information managers’ who help students become competitive and competent in today’s world.
* How librarians can improve student achievement by increasing the library-classroom connection.
* How to integrate social networking to bring students back to the library.

Who Will Benefit: Librarians, library media specialists, administrators, technology professionals and other district stakeholders and school-based administrators who help set the foundation for achievement.
During the web seminar, attendees may submit questions to the speakers via chat mode for discussion during the Q&A period following the presentations.

Following the live webcast, registrants can access a rich media recording of the webcast. Space is limited. Please register today – you’ll receive a confirmation and link to test your computer for compatibility.
REGISTER FOR THIS FREE WEBCAST TODAY AT WWW.SLJ.COM/21STCENTURYLEARNER

PANELISTS
Connie Dopierala, Media Services & Special Projects, Charleston County School District (SC)
Buffy Hamilton, School Library Media Specialist, Creekview High School (GA)
Connie Williams, Librarian, Petaluma City School District (CA)
Jeanne Ziemba, Media Specialist, St Lucie Schools (FL)

MODERATOR: Michelle Begora, Program Director, Follett Software Company
Can’t make it on November 17? No problem!
SLJ webcasts are archived for 12 months after the live event. With your webcast registration,
enjoy the ability to access this event on-demand as often as you’d like.

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