Workshop Blast #2 - Diana Janzen, Megan Johnson, Laura Day, & Mark Ray - How COOL is your Library?
Sign up for the Saturday afternoon session with Mark Ray. You must bring your own laptop to this session. The number of attendees is limited to the first 35 people who sign up.
Based on a successful activity at a WLMA Columbia Gorge Regional Meeting, this hands-on workshop will use future-focused small group discussions to develop a crowd-sourced Google Form survey that can be used for program development and advocacy. The ‘How COOL is Your Library?’ Project aims to help teacher librarians ensure that their programs and spaces are the best they can be supporting student learning, outstanding instruction and educational innovation. Serving both advocacy and program development outcomes, How COOL is Your Library aims to meet the following objectives: 1) Identify how to make your school library more Connected, Open, Outgoing and Learning-centered; 2) Assess perceptions of the school library program by stakeholders; 3) Connect with stakeholders to strengthen the school library program; and 4) Better position the teacher librarian to lead, teach and support student learning. Combining face-to-face and digital collaboration, participants will talk, share, post, review and walk away with a ready-to-use survey for their school.
Bringing your own laptop
You must bring your own laptop to this class, please check to show that you will bring your own device.
Bringing a laptop
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This form was created inside of Washington Library Media Association.