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    Future Ready Librarians: Leading Beyond the Library (webinar recording)

    Watch the second Future Ready Librarians webinar: Leading Beyond the Library 

    Part of the Future Ready Librarians Webinar Series

    Presented by Shannon Miller, Mark Ray and special guests Bill Bass and Kim Lindskog

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    Date: Tuesday, April 11, 2017

    Time: 3pm CST

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    Thank you to everyone who joined us for our second Future Ready Librarians webinar. It was so exciting to partner with Mark RayDirector of Innovation and Library Services, Vancouver Public Schools, Future Ready Librarians Lead. It was very inspiring to hear from our two special guests from Parkway School District in Missouri: Bill Bass, Innovation Coordinator for Instructional Technology and Library Media; and Kim Lindskog, District Library Support Specialist, Technology Integration Team. Couldn't attend? No worries! Just click to view recording

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    ABOUT THIS WEBINAR

    How can school librarians support Future Ready Schools® (FRS)? Future Ready Librarians (FRL) respond to this challenge by identifying specific ways that librarians can lead, teach and support personalized student learning. The FRL framework is based on research-based components used by FRS. This webinar examined how librarians can support collaborative leadership by leading beyond the library. District and library leaders share how school librarians are extending their leadership beyond their libraries to benefit their schools and districts.

    In Missouri’s Parkway School District, the FRL framework and Project Connect are guiding the work of the district as they reimagine existing library programs and make decisions about future directions. Focusing on each of these individual topics has given them great insight into leading beyond the library and what it means to be a librarian in the digital age.

    In this webinar, Bill Bass and Kim Lindskog:

    • Told their story and connection to one another as leaders within the district.
    • Explained their district’s vision and strategic plan for digital learning to highlight the work they do together.
    • Shared how they foster a culture of collaboration and innovation that empowers their teachers, learners and school community as a whole.                                                                     

    Whether you are a librarian or district leader, learn more about the FRL program and how Parkway School District is empowering librarians as leaders and innovators.

    This webinar is brought to you by FRS and Project Connect.

    Support for the FRL program is generously provided by Follett.

    Future Ready Schools is a project of the Alliance for Excellent Education, a Washington, DC–based non-profit, bipartisan national policy and advocacy organization dedicated to ensuring that all students, particularly those traditionally underserved, graduate from high school ready for success in college, work and citizenship. 

    www.futureready.org

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    Mark Ray, Director of Innovation and Library Services, Vancouver Public Schools, Future Ready Librarians Lead  @_TeacherX

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    Bill Bass, Innovation Coordinator for Instructional Technology and Library Media, Parkway School District, Greater St. Louis Area, Missouri   @billbass

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    Kim Lindskog, District Library Support Specialist, Technology Integration Team, Parkway School District, Greater St. Louis Area, Missouri  @klindskog 

     

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    Follow Future Ready Schools on Twitter (twitter.com/FutureReady); Facebook (facebook.com/futurereadyschools); and on Future Ready Schools’s leadership hub (futureready.org/hub).

    Follow Future Ready Librarians Facebook group and #FutureReadyLibs on Twitter. 


    NEXT UP: 

    Digital Literacy: Project Connect's Microcredential Course

    Presented by Shannon Miller

    Don't miss my April 18 webinar as we explore the importance of teaching digital literacy, the effects of not addressing digital literacy in your school, and how you can address this issue. As an experienced teacher librarian I have examples and practical advice. In today's climate of what's real and what is 'fake' news, it's more important than ever to understand how you can best empower every student--even the very young--to become responsible digital citizens and critical consumers of information. Join us and learn how you can do the best job possible in teaching digital literacy.

    Date: Tuesday, April 18, 2017
    Time: 2pm CST 

    >> REGISTER NOW

    This webinar will be recorded. If you cannot attend the live event register anyway to receive a link to the recording when it's available. 


    Posted April 3, 2017 / Updated April 11, 2017 

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