School Librarian Professional Development: Reaching Out: Meeting the Needs of Rural School Librarians
TIE proudly announces this free professional development opportunity for school librarians in South Dakota, Wyoming and North Dakota. Participants will learn skills needed to utilize Open Educational Resources (OER), to integrate digital applications into professional practices, and to serve as instructional leaders in their schools.

This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, grant RE-70-18-0050-18

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Position Title *
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School Name *
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District Name *
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District Type *
Grades Served *
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This training opportunity is a grant with priority criteria for participation. All "no" responses will not necessarily exclude you from participation. *
District is located within 50 miles of a Tribal Reservation
Librarian for a Hutterite Colony school
School district population under 500 students
School identified as Priority or Focus school by state department of education
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Highest Degree Earned *
Program Expectations and Commitment
Expected Attendance for Professional Development Opportunities:

3 Face-to-Face Trainings (includes travel stipend to librarian & hotel fees)
• October 8-9, 2018 Gillette, WY
• June 11-12, 2019 Rapid City, SD
• June 9-10, 2020 Bismarck, ND

3 TIE Conferences (includes travel stipend to librarian & registration fees)
• April 7-9, 2019 Rapid City, SD
• April 19-21, 2020 Sioux Falls, SD
• April 18-20, 2021 Rapid City, SD

2 Online Courses per School Year
• 2018-2019
• 2019-2020
• 2020-2021

4 Webinars per School Year
• 2018-2019
• 2019-2020
• 2020-2021

Four free graduate credits per year (12 credits over the course of the program)

I agree that upon acceptance into this program, I will meet all program expectations and commitments. *
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