Monthly Archives: January 2011

Intellectual Freedom Scholarship for High School Seniors

The Florida Association for Media in Education (FAME) is accepting entries from high school seniors for the Intellectual Freedom Student Scholarship until March 15, 2010.  Here’s a great opportunity to engage students in research and writing about an important issue. … Continue reading

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Smart by Nature: Making Learning Connections between the Classroom, Lunchroom, and Garden | Center for Ecoliteracy

The Center for Ecoliteracy is “Calling all teachers, administrators, food service directors, school board members, and parents! The Center for Ecoliteracy is accepting applications for a new summer seminar, “Smart by Nature: Making Learning Connections between the Classroom, Lunchroom, and … Continue reading

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Don’t Let This Be Your Library

The Sunday comics today had a Pearls Before Swine strip that puts a different kind of spin on some library policies and the way we relate to our patrons. Take a look: Could this be your library’s way of communicating … Continue reading

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The Most Beautiful 4.5 Minutes You’ll Spend Today | GeekDad

I had some pretty impressive minutes in my day today. Anytime I get to spend part of my day hanging out with 3rd graders who are curious about their world is a great day! But when I got home I … Continue reading

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