Webinar presented on 2016-08-02.
Need some extra pep in your first steps this school year? In this session, learn how to create an infographic to present your library data visually and present powerful facts to school library stakeholders, integrate digital communication tools to stay in touch with your library patrons, and play Kahoot! to maximize student learning in the library.
Use this url to bookmark or link to Session 5 - Tools to Power Boost Your Library: https://www.infohio.org/campus/webinars/recordings/item/bc2016session5.
Missy's bio: Missy Rivera earned her MLIS from Kent State University in 2006. She began her career as a youth services librarian. Currently, she works as a full-time school librarian at Anna Middle and High school and a part-time technical services associate at the Shelby County Libraries. She's an avid Google user and a tech nerd.
Trish began a 31 year career of supporting Ohio students and educators at Adams Middle School library, where she began preparing the library shelf list to become automated with INFOhio’s MultiLIS automation software. She went on to join Licking Area Computer Association (LACA) as Media Resources Coordinator where she extended her reach from working with one library to working with about 80. At LACA, Trish became an INFOhio ICoach, training librarians and teachers how to use INFOhio’s digital tools in their classrooms.
Trish has been recognized for her contributions to advance INFOhio, having received the 2018 INFOhio Jon Bowers Professional Development Tribute Award and the 2012 INFOhio Spence White Award.
She was valedictorian of her high school class and earned an associate’s degree in Library Science from Old Dominion College.
Kelly Silwani is the teacher – librarian at Olentangy Orange Middle School in Lewis Center, Ohio and has been there since 2004. She has an MLIS from Kent State University and a BsEd from The Ohio State University. In 2010, she was selected as Orange Middle School’s Teacher of the Year. Currently, she is Vice President of the Ohio Educational Library Media Association. Kelly lives in Upper Arlington, Ohio along with her husband and two sons.
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