Library Literacy Love: Creating a Reading Culture in Your School with INFOhio: Learn With INFOhio Webinar, Thursday, Oct. 19, 4:00-5:00
Literacy is at the heart of learning, and no one loves reading and books more than school librarians. Sharing this love is common nature for librarians, but having a plan to spread the joy, excitement, and wonder of reading is important. In this webinar and live 2017 OELMA Conference session, we will learn why 21st century literacy includes using technology and providing both print and digital texts for students.
As more schools go 1:1 and implement digital learning programs, it is the library that creates the connection between literacy and technology, providing both print and digital texts for students. Join District Library Media Specialist for Madison Local Schools, Elaine Fultz, as she shares how she uses INFOhio to create a reading culture in her school and explains how you can build that culture in your school too.
This is an extra special webinar event! INFOhio will live stream this session on location at the 2017 OELMA Conference. OELMA attendees can join the audience in the Arena District room at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Columbus-Worthington at 4:00. If you aren't attending OELMA, you can register for the live webinar here. Can't attend the live webinar or the OELMA conference? Get a notification as soon as the recording is available by visiting this page, clicking "Receive Recording Notification," and entering your email address.
The free Learn With INFOhio webinar series hosts state and nationally known experts who present on educational technology, trends, and techniques. Strengthen your professional development while earning a free certificate of attendance that most districts around the state accept for CEUs when you pass the short quiz at the end of each Learn With INFOhio live webinar or on-demand recording. Use the Assessment & Certificate Delivery System to access all your completed certificates for the professional development activities you complete through INFOhio.