10-4 for Future Ready!

Welcome to SUMS 2017!

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8:30-9:00

Sign in and Continental Breakfast - Downstairs

9:00-9:30

Welcome - Room 201 & 202

9:30-9:40

Prizes and Housekeeping - Room 201 & 202

9:40-10:40

Session 1

10:45-11:45

Session 2

11:50-12:50

Prizes, Lunch, Vendors and Networking

1:00-2:00

Session 3

2:05-3:05

Session 4

3:05-3:30

SEDC Regional Estride Committee to meet - Room 204

Wifi Access

SSID: SUMS2017  Password: ILove2Read (case sensitive)

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Session 1 → 9:40-10:40 am

Garrett Rose
Motivating Reluctant Readers

Builds Instructional Partnerships

Room 101

Motivating Reluctant Readers

The presentation will cover several aspects as to why adolescents become dis-engaged with reading (particularly males).  Over the course of the presentation remedies for this issue will be shared as well as materials that can be used the next day.  

DaNae Leu
Censorship vs Selection

Curates Digital Resources
Builds Instructional Partnerships

Room 201

Censorship vs Selection

A look at how librarians can guard against allowing their own bias to influence collection development.

Sharyn Manley
Author Talks / Elem Lesson Plans
(Repeats)

Builds Instructional Partnerships

Room 202

Author Talks / Elementary Lesson Plans

Book club for kids!  How do our students find authors and books that fit their own unique interests? - come find out how.  Together we will learn how to present a variety of authors in interesting ways and everyone will leave with a year long curriculum map geared towards creating an engaging library.

Brandon Harrison
Creative Storytelling using Adobe Spark

Empowers Students as Creators

Room 203 - Lab

Creative Storytelling using Adobe Spark

Want to see how fast and easy it is for you to create stunning animated videos, attractive visual stories, and exquisite social graphics? Then Adobe Spark is for you! Learn how to use the storytelling apps Adobe Spark Video, Adobe Spark Post, and Adobe Spark Page, and then spend time creating your own. Time for collaboration amongst other attendees will be given to discuss possible usages of these apps in your professional and personal lives.

Clint Stephens
We Gotta Get Out of This Place

(Repeats)

Builds Instructional Partnerships

Room 204

We Gotta Get Out of This Place (right click and open in new tab)

Experience the thrill of BreakoutEDU! Work as a team to solve puzzles and unlock the box! Be engaged with curriculum and experience the fun! This is a great way to engage students in a problem solving game that ties in with what you're teaching. You will get to see what it is like to participate and how easy it is to set up your own BreakoutEDU.

Session 2 → 10:45-11:45 am

Garrett Rose
Lesson and Unit plans for teacher-librarian coherence

Builds Instructional Partnerships

Room 101

Lesson and Unit plans for teacher-librarian coherence

This session will introduce the lesson and unit plans that have been built over the course of the last year-and-a-half.  Also, there will be discussion about how librarians, para-professionals, and media specialists can interact with teachers in using the media center as a resource.  

DaNae Leu
Best Book of 2017, get a Jump on Awards Season

Curates Digital Resources
Empowers Students as Creators

Room 201

Best Book of 2017, get a Jump on Awards Season

A tally of the best reviewed books of 2017 and how to promote and market them to your students using mock awards.

Brandon Harrison
Internet Safety and Digital Citizenship

Builds Instructional Partnerships

Curates Digital Resources

Room 202

Internet Safety and Digital Citizenship

Rob Bentley
Student Research with Gale & Utah's Online Library (Elem)

Empowers Students as Creators
Curates Digital Resources

Room 203 - Lab

Student Research with Gale & Utah's Online Library (Elementary)

Come learn how Utah students, teachers, and parents can use the Gale research tools in Utah's Online Library.  The Gale collection of databases can help students do real research from a young age.  In this interactive session, we'll use PollEverywhere to have a two-way conversation about the resources available in Gale and how to use them effectively.

Clint Stephens
Painless Password Management

Curates Digital Resources

Room 204

Painless Password Management (right click and open in new tab)

In this session I will start you down the road to login and password nirvana by introducing you to a few tools that will help you create, track and remember your passwords for you! These tools will create complex passwords and save them so that you will only need to remember ONE more password for the rest of your life. Bring your logins and passwords that have been jotted down on the note pads in your desk and sticky notes from under your keyboard so that we can get them secure!

Session 3 → 1:00-2:00 pm

Rea Gubler
See For Your Shelves: Book Talk 2017
(Repeats)

Curates Digital Resources

Room 101

See For Your Shelves: Book Talk 2017

If you are 'Passionate for Picture Books' or 'Starving for STEAM Resources' this presentation is for you!
Come experience a variety of the latest titles in children's literature for children of all ages.

Panel Discussion
Book Challenges

Curates Digital Resources

Room 201

Book Challenges

Learn how different districts use their Collection Development Policy and Book Challenge policies.

This will be a panel of librarians and the attendees are encouraged to ask questions.

Emilee McCoy

Book Repair

Room 201

Room 202

Book Repair

Have beloved books showing signs of wear? Want to learn how to repair them and protect new purchases? Join Emilee and learn how!

Rob Bentley
Student Research with Gale & Utah's Online Library (Sec)

Empowers Students as Creators
Curates Digital Resources

Room 203 - Lab

Student Research with Gale & Utah's Online Library (Secondary)

Come learn how Utah students, teachers, and parents can use the Gale research tools in Utah's Online Library.  The Gale collection of databases can help students do real research from a young age.  In this interactive session, we'll use PollEverywhere to have a two-way conversation about the resources available in Gale and how to use them effectively.

Clint Stephens
We Gotta Get Out of This Place

(Repeats)

Builds Instructional Partnerships

Room 204

We Gotta Get Out of This Place (right click and open in new tab)

Experience the thrill of BreakoutEDU! Work as a team to solve puzzles and unlock the box! Be engaged with curriculum and experience the fun! This is a great way to engage students in a problem solving game that ties in with what you're teaching. You will get to see what it is like to participate and how easy it is to set up your own BreakoutEDU.

Session 4 → 2:05-3:05 pm

Rea Gubler
See For Your Shelves: Book Talk 2017
(Repeats)

Curates Digital Resources

Room 101

See For Your Shelves: Book Talk 2017

If you are 'Passionate for Picture Books' or 'Starving for STEAM Resources' this presentation is for you!
Come experience a variety of the latest titles in children's literature for children of all ages.

Sharyn Manley
Author Talks/Elementary Lesson Plans
(Repeats)

Builds Instructional Partnerships

Room 201

Author Talks / Elementary Lesson Plans

Book club for kids!  How do our students find authors and books that fit their own unique interests? - come find out how.  Together we will learn how to present a variety of authors in interesting ways and everyone will leave with a year long curriculum map geared towards creating an engaging library.

Rob Bentley
The Audio Files: Using Music and Other Media in Education

Empowers Students as Creators
Curates Digital Resources

Room 202

The Audio Files: Using Music and Other Media in Education

Music can be a powerful tool in education.  In this session we'll explore how music can affect students' attitudes and readiness to learn, and we'll look at resources such as Soundzabound and GoNoodle that can help us tap into that potential.  We'll also explore tools for creating podcasts and songs that make student audio projects doable, effective, and fun!  Regardless of what you teach, music can be a powerful tool in your toolbox.  Come learn the truth about audio in education. The truth is out there!

Clint Stephens
Keep Your Cool with Google Keep

Curates Digital Resources

Room 203 - Lab

Keep Your Cool with Google Keep (right click and open in new tab)

You may not have heard of Google Keep, but you NEED to know about it. Keep is an incredible and easy to use tool for organizing all of the bits of information busy educators tend to collect whenever, wherever, that always seems to get lost. Keep allows you to bring together notes, links, photos, really anything you can grab with your computer, tablet and phone! Beyond gathering and organizing your digital ‘stuff,’ you can share your notes, collaborate with others, set reminders… even drag-n-drop text and photos into your Google Docs! Join me today and make Google Keep an integral part of your daily workflow.

Chris Haught
Overdrive Marketplace


Curates Digital Resources

Room 204

Overdrive Marketplace

If you are the person in charge of ordering ebooks, this session is for you!

Come explore the Marketplace, where you can find books to order, create carts, manage holds, review expiring titles and collection development. We’ll also look at Classroom sets, Simultaneous use books and more!