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SCHOOL LIBRARIANS:

SAVVY TO THE CORE Sponsored by Rochester Area School Librarians

April 25-27, 2013

Radisson Hotel Rochester Riverside


Table of Contents NYLA SSL President’s Welcome/Regional Coordinators 2013 Conference Co-Chairs Message/2013 Conference Committee Thursday April 25th Schedule Wine Tasting & Newbie Welcome Storyteller Jay Stetzer Knickerbocker Raffle & Commuter Lounge Information Author Biographies & Schedule Friday April 26th Schedule Conference Welcome & Keynote Dr. Steven Layne Session I Workshop Descriptions (10 -11 AM) Author Autographing (11 am -12 PM) Luncheon with Kathy Schrock Session II (1:45 – 2:45 PM) Session III (3 – 4 PM) Author Autographing & Cocktail Party (4 – 6 PM) Knickerbocker Banquet with Jacqueline Woodson (6:15 – 9 PM) CONFERENCE SCHEDULE GRID Saturday April 27th Schedule Author Jay Asher Author Autographing (8:45 – 9:45 AM) Session IV (10 – 11 AM) Session V (11:15 am - 12:15 PM) Farewell Luncheon with Dan Gutman Workshop Strands Vendor Contact Information & Booth #S Map of Vendor Area Vendor Workshop Schedule & Descriptions Visitor Information Downtown Rochester Map Conference Evaluation Form Notes Save the Date for 2014 in Syracuse Conference Handouts and Evaluation Links Hotel Map

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15 15 16 16-17 17 18 18 19-20 21 22-23 24 25 26 27-29 INSIDE BACK INSIDE BACK BACK COVER


NYLA/SSL PRESIDENT’S WELCOME You made it! You're here. You've spent months arranging for permission and funding and day care and housing and travel and your workshops and plans for your absence. Now, pat yourself on the back, take a deep breath, and congratulate yourself for being here. You should be proud of yourself. You have enough belief in the profession and your role in the world of libraries to invest in all that it took to join us this weekend. It's time for the payoff. Take it all in. Expand your networks. Look with fresh eyes. Listen from a new perspective. Engage in challenging conversations. Think about what if? Plan on how could I? Scope out partnerships. Be empowered by what our vendors can do for you. Ask why? Ask why not? Reshape your vision. Transform your goals. Seek out what you came for. The conference team has worked tirelessly. Our presenters have put in hours of preparation. All aspects of this event have been planned with YOU in mind. The rest is up to you, my friends. Don't wait for the conference to impact YOU; make sure YOU make an impact at this conference. On behalf of NYLA-SSL, I extend our appreciation to the entire Conference Team. We are grateful for your passion and dedication to the organization. Our sincere gratitude, as well, to our presenters, both rookies and veterans; you each bring us a gift. And to our vendors and educational partners, we salute you for your ongoing support of libraries across New York State. Without you NONE of this would be possible. Thank to each of you for your investment in our profession. Sue Kowalski, NYLA-SSL President

2012- SSL LEADERSHIP- EXECUTIVE BOARD President- Sue Kowalski President Elect- Karen Sperrazza Past President- Pauline Herr Vice President of Conferences- Livia Sabourin Vice President of Communications- Beth Stancl Secretary- Michelle Miller Treasurer- Patty Martire Region 1- Jane Herbst Region 2- Melissa Jacobs-Israel Region 3- Susan Polos Region 4- Jill Leinung Region 5- Anne Paulson Region 6- Jennine Bloomquist Region 7- Jennifer "Charlie" Kelly Region 8- Mary Ann Karre

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WELCOME FROM THE 2013 CONFERENCE CHAIRS Welcome to Rochester and the 2013 NYLA/SSL Conference! We know how difficult it is to get the release time to attend these conferences, so we are thrilled you are able to be with us. The 2013 conference committee has worked diligently to plant the seeds for librarians to grow and prosper. School Librarians: Savvy to the Core supports the new Common Core Curriculum (CC), APPR and SLO development. Using the strands Technology, Collaboration, Common Core, Leadership and Reading, we will hopefully bring new ideas and excitement to the challenges school librarians face today and in the future. Our workshop committee has assembled stimulating speakers, showstopping presentations and sizzling workshops. We have over 25 exhibitors including 9 Gold Level Sponsorships. Each Gold Level sponsor will have the opportunity to present during the exclusive exhibitor time. Please take the time and support all the exhibitors by stopping by their booths and presentations. There are some phenomenal Knickerbocker Award Raffle baskets this year, one of which contains a weeklong trip to Florida. You could win a week-long stay at the Jamaican on the Coast located on the Gulf. Enjoy renewing friendships and meeting new people. No matter what workshops you choose to attend, we know this conference will be well worth the time you put into it. Enjoy and grow!!!! Charlie Kelly and Patty Martire, 2013 NYLA/SSL Conference Co-Chairs

We wish to extend our sincerest thanks to: 2013 CONFERENCE COMMITTEE Conference Co-Chairs Audio-Visual Author Bookstore Conference Program Conference Treasurer Exhibitors Facilitators Food and Beverage Hospitality Knickerbocker Raffle Photography Registration Social Media Tickets Webmaster Workshops

Charlie Kelly and Patty Martire Marie Barron, Jim Belair, Jane Reeves, Karen Mitchell and Beth Puckett Lisa Osur with Laura Reed Charlie Kelly and Laura Reed with Lisa Osur Lisa Osur with Beth Puckett, Judy Van Alstyne and Carolyn Byam Christopher Allen Jim Belair with Stephanie Post, Marie Banach, Judy Marsh and Teresa Adams Dawn Pressimone Patty Martire Kathi Sigler and Bonnie Kay Dawn Pressimone, Claudine Dixon and Charlie Kelly Mary Rinaldo with Kathleen Cristman Wendy Stephany and Katie Lambert with Danielle Read and Judy Van Alstyne Lisa Edborg Judy Van Alstyne Lisa Edborg Marie Barron with Jim Belair, Laura Reed and Karen O'Donnell

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SCHEDULE

Thursday April 25th

10:30 AM – 12:30 PM

SLSA Executive Board Meeting

1:30 - 4:00 PM SLSA General Meeting 2:00 – 5:00 PM SSL Board Meeting

Rochester Public Library Kate Gleason Auditorium Rochester Public Library Kate Gleason Auditorium RADISSON BOARD ROOM

3:00 – 8:00 PM REGISTRATION 6:00 – 8:00 PM Vendor Grand Opening Wine Tasting & Newbie Welcome Sponsored by Gale Cengage 8:45 – 9:30 PM Storyteller Jay Stetzer 8:00 – 8:45 PM

RADISSON FOYER GRAND BALLROOM VENDOR AREA GRAND BALLROOM GRAND BALLROOM

SLSA Executive Board Meeting Thursday, April 25th 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM ROCHESTER PUBLIC LIBRARY KATE GLEASON AUDITORIUM 115 South Avenue - Main Floor

SLSA General Meeting

Thursday, April 25th 1:30 - 4:00 PM ROCHESTER PUBLIC LIBRARY KATE GLEASON AUDITORIUM 115 South Avenue - Main Floor

SSL Board Meeting

Thursday, April 25th 2:00 – 5:00 pm RADISSON BOARD ROOM

Registration

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Vendor Grand Opening Thursday, April 25th 6:00 – 8:00 PM GRAND BALLROOM VENDOR AREA

Celebrate the Vendor Grand Opening and be the first to browse our vendor area (map on page 21) while enjoying our cash bar, hors d’oeuvres and musical entertainment. Kathy Schrock and Jacqueline Woodson will be in attendance. (no autographing at this time please)

Wine Tasting & Newbie Welcome Sponsored by Gale Cengage Thursday, April 25th 8:00 – 8:45 PM GRAND BALLROOM

Congratulations to our new school librarians! You’re invited to come meet board members and other ‘newbies,’ learn more about the profession, organization, and conference. We’ll be sampling Dr. Frank Riesling, Salmon Run Chardonnay and Salmon Run Meritage.

Storyteller Jay Stetzer Thursday, April 25th 8:45 – 9:30 PM GRAND BALLROOM

Jay Stetzer is a musician, dancer, mime, visual artist, and professional storyteller. He was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1947 and educated at the Eastman School of Music, where he was awarded a B.M. and an M.A. in Music. He received dance training at Alfred University, the Bucket Dance Theater, and the Martha Graham School in New York City. He studied mime at the Mime Workshop in Rochester, New York. Since 1971, Jay has been working at the Harley School in Brighton, NY, where he has established an acclaimed performing arts program for elementary students. As a storyteller, Jay has given countless performances and residencies at schools, colleges, conferences, libraries, fairs, and festivals throughout the Eastern U.S. and Southern Canada, and has appeared frequently on radio and television. Jay was honored with the “Artist of the Year” award by the Arts and Cultural Council of Greater Rochester in 2008. Jay makes his home in Rochester, New York with his beloved wife, Maura. He is the father of five grown children and the grandfather of four, all of whom adore hearing stories told around the fire.

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KNICKERBOCKER

BASKET RAFFLE

The Knickerbocker Raffle is an opportunity for you to win wonderful prize baskets. Area librarians have gathered all kinds of goodies and made creative, themed baskets for your pleasure. This year we have a fabulous Grand Prize Basket which includes a one-week trip to Florida’s Jamaican on the Gulf Resort on Treasure Island, just 45 minutes from Tampa International Airport and 30 minutes from the St. Petersburg/Clearwater International Airport. The property is gorgeous and ideally located on the Gulf of Mexico. All the units have balconies with views of the Gulf, are well-maintained with quality furnishings and a delightful staff! We thank Jamaican on the Gulf, 11660 Gulf Blvd, Treasure Island, FL 33706. Phone: 727-360-6981 and our friend Kathi Sigler for this fabulous trip.

RAFFLE TICKETS $10 for a sheet of 25 tickets are on sale in the Vendor Area/Ballroom _______________________________________________

Visit our Commuter Lounge in the Lilac Room

OPEN

Friday 7:30 AM to 4 PM and Saturday 7:30 AM to noon

Haven’t booked an overnight and find yourself with tired feet? Feeling parched? Looking for a place to perch and chat with a colleague? Refresh and replenish with a bottle of water, band aids, Advil, and other such creature comforts. Check out the menus from area restaurants. Want to treat yourself to a soothing facial at the end of a busy day? Rochester librarian Claudine Dixon, an Arbonne International Consultant, has offered to treat 30-40 lucky attendees to a facial Thursday evening. There are 10-15 slots available for each of 3 sessions: 8:30 - 9 p.m., 9 - 9:30 p.m., and 9:30 - 10 p.m. To sign up, stop by the Hospitality Table. Reservations on a first come, first served basis. Want to look your best for the Knickerbocker Banquet? How about a 5 minute makeover? Arbonne Consultant Claudine Dixon will help some lucky attendees to look their best. Sign up at the Hospitality Table for an opening between 4 and 5 p.m. on Friday. Again, reservations are on a first come, first served basis.

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Author Biographies We encourage you to visit with the authors in the Vendor Area. Their books are available in the Barnes & Noble Bookstore and each author’s autographing sessions are listed below and on the master schedule.

Charles Benoit A former high school history teacher, Charles Benoit is the author of three award-winning mysteries, and two critically acclaimed Young Adult novels; YOU (2010), a Junior Library Guild Selection, and FALL FROM GRACE (2012). Newbery Medallist Richard Peck called YOU “[A] closely observed slacker version of A Separate Peace for now, a time when the young are out of reach of adults but not of each other.” YOU was selected as a Junior Library Guild Selection. The Horn Book review of Fall From Grace (2012) says, “Benoit accomplishes something difficult—a well-paced novel about ennui…A satisfying examination of one high school boy’s life of quiet desperation.” His latest book, The Caller, will be published in the fall of 2013. Charles works as a Senior Copywriter and Producer and frequently teaches creative writing workshops around the county. He and his wife, Rose, a high school English teacher, live in Rochester, NY. He is not normally this stuffy.Website: http://www.charlesbenoit.com

Autographing Friday 4-6 PM

Svetlana Chmakova Svetlana Chmakova is an internationally published manga author, with her books translated into over 13 languages. Born and raised in Russia, she moved to Canada at 16 years old to finish high school and then study Classical Animation at Sheridan College for 3 years. Becoming a full-time artist and writer after that, Svetlana has drawn and written for animation, how-to-draw books, toy designs, and most of all, comics and manga. She published a monthly manga strip with the CosmoGIRL! magazine for 2 years, was the featured artist for the 2011 "You Are Here" Collaborative Summer Library Program poster campaign, and contributed various short stories to many anthologies. Her full-length manga series include the fan-favorite romantic comedy "Dramacon", the award-winning urban fantasy "Nightschool", as well as the manga adaptation of the NYT bestselling "Witch & Wizard" by James Patterson. Svetlana is currently being published by Yen Press, an imprint of Little, Brown and Company, and makes her home in Toronto, Canada. Website/Twitter www.svetlania.com/ www.twitter.com/svetlania

Autographing Friday 4-6 PM and Saturday 8:45 – 9:45 AM

Scott Gibala-Broxholm Scott Gibala-Broxholm was born in a castle laboratory one dark and stormy night . . . no, not really. (Actually, it was Upstate New York). Growing up, he loved to draw, especially pictures of old movie monsters. In the eighth grade, he even met master of fright films, Vincent Price. Scott is a graduate of Syracuse University and spent his junior year studying in London. He has been illustrating for children for over thirty years. He and his wife, Janice, have two frightfully good children, Brent and Tess, and one cat, Sabrina. When not working, Scott likes to spend time with the family, read, exercise, and watch old movies. One day, he hopes to work with director Tim Burton (Hint, Hint).

Autographing Friday 11:00 AM – NOON

Marcia Hayles Marsha Hayles is pleased to present Breathing Room, her first historical novel for young people. Called “a perfect read” by Horn Book, Breathing Room is set at a fictional tuberculosis sanatorium in Minnesota in 1940 and follows the struggles of several girls as they ‘chase the cure’ for their disease. Photographs and illustrations from the time period enrich the story. Hayles is also the author of several picture books, including Bunion Burt, Pajamas Anytime, He Saves the Day, The Feathered Crown, and Beach Play. To learn more and to find classroom materials for all her books, please visit www.marshahayles.com.

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Will Hubbell Will Hubbell Will Hubbell worked in public television, academia, and advertising before becoming a full-time author. He has written and

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Autographing Friday 11:00 AM – NOON Autographing Friday 11:00 AM – NOON

Tim O’Shei Tim O’Shei

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Autographing Friday 11:00 AM – NOON and 4:00 – 6:00 PM Autographing Friday 11:00 AM – NOON and 4:00 – 6:00 PM

Vivian Vande Velde Vivian Vande Velde I became a writer because I love stories--all kinds of stories, but especially fantasy. I can't remember a time before I

I became I love stories--all kinds job of stories, but especially fantasy. I can't remember a time I in wanteda writer to be abecause writer. My parents did a great of convincing me I could do whatever I set my mind to.before I was born wanted to be a writer. My parents did a great job of convincing me I could do whatever I set my mind to. I was born in 1951 and have lived almost my entire life in Rochester, New York. I married Jim Vande Velde. (So, yes, Vivian Vande 1951Velde and have almost my entire life in Rochester, New York. I married Jim Vande Velde. (So, yes, Vivian Vande is my lived real name.) Velde is my real name.) The first book I wrote was A Hidden Magic. Writing turned out to be harder work than I thought it would be. But, once The Ifirst bookwriting I wrote the wasbook, A Hidden Magic. Writing turned outharder. to be harder thought publishers it would be. But,a two-year once finished getting it published was even I sent itwork out than to 32 Idifferent over I finished writing the book, getting it published was even harder. I sent it out to 32 different publishers over a two-year period, before number 33 said yes. Website: http://www.vivianvandevelde.com period, before number 33 said yes. Website: http://www.vivianvandevelde.com

Autographing Friday 11:00 AM – NOON Autographing Friday 11:00 AM – NOON

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Master Schedule of Author Autographing Sessions Master Schedule of Author Autographing Sessions th Friday, April 26 th Friday, April 26

11:00 AM - NOON 11:00 AM Vande - NOONVelde Vivian Vivian Vande Tim O’Shei Velde Tim O’Shei Will Hubbell Will Hubbell Scott Gibala-Broxholm Scott Gibala-Broxholm Marcia Hayles Marcia Hayles Jacqueline Woodson Jacqueline Woodson Dr. Steven Layne Dr. Steven Layne

4:00 - 6:00 PM 4:00 - 6:00 PMWoodson Jacqueline Jacqueline Woodson Jay Asher JayDan Asher Gutman Dan Gutman Charles Benoit Charles Benoit Svetlana Chmakova Svetlana Chmakova Tim O’Shei Tim O’Shei

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8:45 - 9:45 AM 8:45 - 9:45 AM Jay Asher JayDan Asher Gutman Dan Gutman Svetalna Chmakova Svetalna Chmakova


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SCHEDULE SCHEDULE

Friday Friday April April26 26thth

7:30 7:30 AM AM – 5:00 – 5:00 PM PM Registration RegistrationOPEN OPEN 7:30 7:30 – 8:30 – 8:30 AM AM 10:00 10:00 AM AM – NOON – NOON Exhibits ExhibitsOPEN OPEN 1:30 1:30 – 6:00 – 6:00 PM PM

GRAND BALLROOM GRAND BALLROOM VENDOR AREA VENDOR AREA

ContinentalBreakfast BreakfastSponsored Sponsored byby Follett Follett 7:30 7:30– –8:30 8:30AM AM Continental 8:30 8:30– –9:50 9:50AM AM

Conference ConferenceWelcome Welcomeand andKeynote KeynoteSpeaker Speaker SSLSSL President President SueSue Kowalski Kowalski andand Dr.Dr. Steven Steven Layne Layne

SessionI I Session 10:00 10:00– –11:00 11:00AM AM

RADISSON FOYER RADISSON FOYER

A Picture A Picture is Worth is Worth 1000 1000 Words: Words: Using Using Infographics Infographics as aasCreative a Creative Assessment Assessment Close Close Encounters Encounters of the of the Complex Complex Kind Kind Assessment Assessment andand Collaboration Collaboration Collegial Collegial Collaboration Collaboration  Content Content Creation Creation

GRAND BALLROOM GRAND BALLROOM VENDOR AREA VENDOR AREA RIVERSIDE RIVERSIDE BALLROOM BALLROOM RIVERVIEW RIVERVIEW BALLROOM BALLROOM DOUGLASS ROOM DOUGLASS ROOM EASTMAN ROOM EASTMAN ROOM FITZHUGH ROOM FITZHUGH ROOM GLEASON ROOM GLEASON ROOM

Exclusive ExclusiveVendor VendorTime Time&&Autographing AutographingSession Session GRAND GRAND BALLROOM BALLROOM 11:00 11:00– –12:00 12:00AM AM Vivian Vivian Vande Vande Velde, Velde, TimTim O’Shei, O’Shei, Marsha Marsha Hayles, Hayles, Jacqueline Jacqueline Woodson, Woodson, Scott Scott Gibala-Broxholm, Gibala-Broxholm, VENDOR VENDOR AREA AREA Dr.Dr. Steven Steven Layne Layne Author AuthorLuncheon Luncheon&&SSL SSLAward AwardPresentations Presentations

12:00 12:00– –1:30 1:30PM PM Sponsored Sponsored byby Noodle Noodle Tools Tools Kathy Kathy Schrock Schrock

RIVERVIEW RIVERVIEW BALLROOM BALLROOM

SessionIIII Session 1:45 1:45– –2:45 2:45PM PM

TheThe Common Common Core Core andand thethe Teacher Teacher in You! in You! (double (double sessionsessionII &IIIII) & III) Sponsored EBSCO Sponsored by by EBSCO Meet Knickerbocker Winner Meet thethe Knickerbocker Winner Skype with Author Skype with an an Author Know your LibraryEvaluate your Program Know your LibraryEvaluate your Program  SLMS SLMS Teaching Teaching Pre-Service Pre-Service Teachers Teachers to Collaborate to Collaborate

Session SessionIII III 3:00 3:00– –4:00 4:00PM PM

APPR APPR “Creative” Group Research “Creative” Group Research Is your Web Toolbox Getting Rusty? Is your Web Toolbox Getting Rusty?  Exploring Exploring PBSPBS Learning Learning Media Media

Exclusive ExclusiveVendor VendorTime Time&&Autographing AutographingSession Session 4:00 4:00– –6:00 6:00PM PM 6:15 6:15– –9:00 9:00PM PM

Jacqueline Jacqueline Woodson, Woodson, JayJay Asher, Asher, DanDan Gutman, Gutman, Charles Charles Benoit, Benoit, Svetlana Svetlana Chmakova, Chmakova, TimTim O’Shei O’Shei Hors HorsD’oeuvres D’oeuvres&&Cocktail CocktailReception ReceptionSponsored Sponsored byby Mandarin Mandarin && ProQuest ProQuest

Knickerbocker KnickerbockerBanquet Banquetwith withJacqueline JacquelineWoodson Woodson&& SSL SSLAward AwardPresentations PresentationsSponsored Sponsored byby Gumdrop Gumdrop -8-8-

DOUGLASS DOUGLASS ROOM ROOM GLEASON ROOM GLEASON ROOM EASTMAN ROOM EASTMAN ROOM FITZHUGH ROOM FITZHUGH ROOM SILVER ROOM SILVER ROOM EASTMAN EASTMAN ROOM ROOM GLEASON ROOM GLEASON ROOM FITZHUGH ROOM FITZHUGH ROOM SILVER ROOM SILVER ROOM

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Registration

Friday, April 26th 7:30 AM – 5:00 PM RADISSON FOYER

Vendor Area OPEN Friday, April 26th 7:30 – 8:30 AM GRAND BALLROOM VENDOR AREA

Continental Breakfast Sponsored by Follett Friday, April 26th 7:30 – 8:30 AM RIVERSIDE BALLROOM

Conference Welcome SSL President Sue Kowalski

Keynote Speaker Dr. Steven Layne Friday, April 26th 8:00 – 9:50 AM RIVERSIDE BALLROOM

Steven L. Layne serves as Professor of Literacy Education at Judson University in Elgin, IL, where he teaches courses in children’s literature and directs the university’s Masters and Doctoral programs in Literacy Education. He is a fifteenyear veteran of public education—serving as a classroom teacher and reading specialist in grades two, three, five, six, seven, and eight. Currently, he is serving a three-year term as a member of the Board of Directors of the International Reading Association. Dr. Layne is a respected literacy consultant, motivational keynote speaker, and featured author who works with large numbers of educators and children during school visits and at conferences held throughout the world each year. His work has been recognized with awards for outstanding contributions to the fields of educational research, teaching, and writing from organizations such as USA Today newspaper, The Milken Family Foundation, The Illinois Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development, The National Council of Teachers of English, the Illinois Reading Council, and the International Reading Association. Dr. Layne has authored 25 books including multiple award-winning titles in both the picture book and young adult genres including his beloved classic—The Teachers’ Night before Christmas, the teen thriller This Side of Paradise and the heartwarming picture book Love the Baby. Dr. Layne’s first professional book for educators, Igniting a Passion for Reading: Successful Strategies for Building Lifetime Readers was released in late 2010 to wide acclaim. His newest title is the picture book Stay with Sister—the third in a picture book trilogy about a heartwarming family of bunnies. He lives with his wife Debbie—who is a K-12 curriculum coordinator—their four children: Grayson, Victoria, Jackson and Candace + one very adorable 65 lb. collie named Shelby in St. Charles, Illinois.

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SESSION I

Friday, April 26th 10:00 – 11:00 AM A Picture is Worth 1000 Words: Using Infographics as a Creative Assessment

Presented by Kathy Schrock, teacher of online graduate courses in two university educational technology programs. STRAND: TECHNOLOGY GRADE LEVEL: K-12 RIVERVIEW BALLROOM An infographic is a visual representation of information. Student-created infographics can be used as an authentic formative or summative assessment. The teacher librarian has a primary role in supporting the research and information literacy components of the process. The presentation will showcase how infographics are created, and concentrate on the student literacy skills necessary to research, critique, summarize, and communicate information in a visual way to reach their audience. In addition, an overview of the use of infographics to promote a library program, or to support advocacy efforts will be included.

Close Encounters of the Complex Kind Presented by Paige Jaeger, Coordinator for School Libraries in the WSWHE BOCES STRAND: COMMON CORE GRADE LEVEL: K-12 DOUGLASS ROOM Confused over complex text? Are you wondering how this piece of the CCSS puzzle relates to the other parts? This session will unveil the characteristics of complex text and how to use rich text to foster “close reading.” Participants will leave knowing why we need to take rigorous reading seriously.

Assessment and Collaboration Presented by Rebecca Buerkett, LMS at Franklin Academy, a public high school in Malone, NY STRAND: TECHNOLOGY GRADE LEVEL: 6-12 EASTMAN ROOM The Common Core standards are providing school librarians with greater opportunities to engage in inquiry-based research projects and innovative cross-curricular collaboration. This session will focus on ways to leverage Web 2.0 technologies to assess student progress and achievement, and to collaborate for enhanced information sharing on Common Core projects.

Collegial Collaboration

Presented by Kimberly Rouleau and Martha Clasquin, LMS & classroom teacher at Our Lady of Mercy HS, Rochester, NY STRAND: LEADERSHIP GRADE LEVEL: 7-12 FITZHUGH ROOM The presentation will demonstrate how to establish a collaborative relationship between a SLMS and a classroom teacher, as well as between a SLMS and administrators, and how to maintain these relationships once they are established. Participants will have models of different processes of collaboration which they can use in their own library media centers.

Content Creation Presented by Josh Perks, Instructional Media Specialist at Monroe 2 BOCES. STRAND: TECHNOLOGY GRADE LEVEL: K-12 GLEASON ROOM Have you ever wondered how you or your students could create a video? Well, now is your chance to learn. During this session, participants will learn how to create videos using flip cameras, and how to edit the videos using Windows Live Movie Maker. Since videos take up a lot of room on your school district’s server, participants will also learn where they can publish their digital stories for all to see!

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Exclusive ExclusiveVendor VendorTime Time&&Autographing Autographing th th Friday, Friday, April April 2626 11:00 11:00 AM AM – 12:00 – 12:00 PM PM GRAND BALLROOM VENDOR AREA GRAND BALLROOM VENDOR AREA

Come Come browse, browse, visitvisit ourour vendors vendors andand meet meet authors authors Vivian Vande Velde, Tim O’Shei, Marsha Hayles, Jacqueline Woodson, Vivian Vande Velde, Tim O’Shei, Marsha Hayles, Jacqueline Woodson, Will Hubbell, Scott Gibala-Broxholm Will Hubbell, Scott Gibala-Broxholm andand Dr.Dr. Steven Steven Layne. Layne. Purchase books from Barnes & Noble Bookstore have them autographed! Purchase books from ourour Barnes & Noble Bookstore andand have them autographed!

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Author AuthorLuncheon Luncheon&&SSL SSLAward AwardPresentations Presentations Sponsored SponsoredbybyNoodle NoodleTools Tools th th Friday, Friday, April April 2626 12:00 12:00 – 1:30 – 1:30 PM PM RIVERVIEW BALLROOM RIVERVIEW BALLROOM

Following FollowingChange ChangetotoLead LeadChange Change Kathy Kathy Schrock Schrock hashas been been a school a school district district Director Director of of Technology, Technology, anan instructional instructional technology technology specialist, specialist, anan adjunct adjunct education education professor, professor, and and a middle a middle school, school, academic, academic, museum, museum, and and public public library library librarian. librarian. She She is currently is currently teaching teaching online online graduate graduate courses courses in in two two university university educational educational technology technology programs. programs. Kathy Kathy is an is an Adobe Adobe Education Education Leader, Leader, a a Google Google Certified Certified Teacher, Teacher, and and a Discovery a Discovery Education Education STAR STAR and and a DEN a DEN Guru. Guru. In In addition addition to to teaching teaching online, online, Kathy Kathy writes, writes, speaks, speaks, blogs, blogs, tweets, tweets, and and conducts conducts professional professional development development workshops, workshops, presentations, presentations, and and keynotes keynotesthroughout throughout thethe world. world. She She is known is known forfor herher practical practical presentations presentations dealing dealing with with pedagogically pedagogically sound sound practices practices forfor thethe embedding embedding of of technology technology seamlessly seamlessly into into teaching teaching and and learning. learning. Her Her passions passions areare online online tools tools to to support support classroom classroom instruction, instruction, thethe role role of of emerging emerging technologies technologies in in thethe classroom, classroom, Bloom's Bloom's Digital Digital Taxonomy Taxonomy and and mobile mobile apps, apps, copyright copyright and and intellectual intellectual property, property, and and gadgets gadgets of of any any type! type! Kathy Kathy hashas written written hundreds hundreds of of articles articles dealing dealing with with technology technology and and education education and and hashas authored authored several several books books about about edtech edtech topics. topics. In In addition, addition, sheshe hashas received received numerous numerous awards awards forfor herher work, work, including including a People's a People's Choice Choice Webby, Webby, thethe ISTE ISTE and and MassCUE MassCUE Making Making ITIT Happen Happen Award, Award, thethe NCTIES NCTIES Service Service Learning Learning Award, Award, and served ISTE Board Directors twice and worked with Department Education and hashas served onon thethe ISTE Board of of Directors twice and hashas worked with thethe USUS Department of of Education educational technology initiatives. onon educational technology initiatives. SSLSSL Gale Gale Conference Conference Fellow Fellow Award Award Kim Kim Donius Donius is the is the 2013 2013 SSL/Gale SSL/Gale Conference Conference Fellow. Fellow. SheShe hashas extensive extensive experience experience in higher in higher education, education, special special andand school school libraries. libraries. SheShe is currently is currently thethe Library Library Media Media Specialist Specialist in the in the Alfred Alfred Almond Almond Central Central Schools. Schools.

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SESSION II

Friday, April 26th 1:45 – 2:45 PM The Common Core and the Teacher in You! Authentic Strategies and Practical New Skills to Confidently Meet the Instructional Challenge of the Common Core (double session- II & III)

Mary Ratzer is sponsored by EBSCO

Presented by Mary Ratzer, 37 year veteran school librarian at Shenedehowa Central Schools and adjunct at UAlbany’s School Of Information Studies from 1987-2007, actively engaged in professional development across New York for the past 10 years. STRAND: COMMON CORE

GRADE LEVEL: K-12

DOUGLASS ROOM

With a focus on research based instructional strategies for school librarians, this interactive, hands on session addresses practical and attainable ways to transform instructional units to meet expectations of the Common Core. Modeling, guided practice, and a quality resource platform will build competence and confidence in participants with the goal of best professional practice. Rigor, relevance, depth, questioning, assessment, and synthesis shape workshop goals, as well as activities.A strategic vision for collaborative unit plan design in ELA, Social Studies or Science at all grade levels will tie shifts in pedagogy to improved student outcomes. Seven steps in developing a Common Core based learning experience that optimizes learning outcomes will be explored and applied. New strategies address student centered practice, deep questioning, essential question development, synthesis of multiple information resources, building knowledge from facts, assessment for learning, and the creation of thinking, active learner. Redefined expectations for teaching and learning in New York, now embodied in the S.E.D. approved APPR rubric for school librarians, will be the basis of reflection and professional goal setting by participants.

Meet the Knickerbocker Winner

Presented by Jacqueline Woodson, children and young adult book author. STRAND: READING GRADE LEVEL: K-12

GLEASON ROOM

Join us for a talk with Knickerbocker Award winner Jacqueline Woodson. In 1991, NYLA/SSL established the Knickerbocker Award for Juvenile Literature. The Knickerbocker Award recognizes a New York State author who has demonstrated, through a body of work, a consistently superior quality which supports the curriculum and the educational goals of New York State Schools.

Skype with an Author

Presented by Jane Reeves, Library Automation and User Support Instructor at Monroe 2 Orleans BOCES STRAND: READING GRADE LEVEL: K-12 EASTMAN ROOM Wouldn't it be great to invite authors into the library to video chat with students? See how Skype will help you connect with authors, other libraries and classrooms. Skype allows users to communicate with audio, video, and instant messaging. Resources for finding free 10-15 minute author visits will be provided to get you started!

Know your Library- Evaluate your Program Presented by Kathleen Cristman, Andrea Koch, Katie Lambert and Maryanne Beiter, Brighton Central School District library media specialists, Rochester, NY. STRAND: LEADERSHIP GRADE LEVEL: K-12 FITZHUGH ROOM School librarians have the opportunity with the Common Core Learning Standards to take a leadership role in collaboration for student learning. Conduct a data driven evaluation to assess and improve your program for student learning. Learn what data and standards are, and are not, available to aid your evaluation. Build a case to expand and improve your program for student learning.

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SLMS SLMS Teaching Teaching Pre-Service Pre-Service Teachers Teachers to Collaborate to Collaborate

Presented Presented byby Kathi Kathi Sigler, Sigler, Educational Educational Librarian Librarian at at thethe Lavery Lavery Libray, Libray, St.St. John John Fisher Fisher College, College, Pittsford, Pittsford, NY. NY. STRAND: STRAND: COLLABORATION COLLABORATION GRADE GRADE LEVEL: LEVEL: K-12K-12 SILVER SILVER ROOM ROOM In In 2010 2010 a unique a unique 3-way 3-way partnership partnership waswas formed formed at St. at St. John John Fisher Fisher College College the the result result of which of which is an is an ALA ALA awardawardwinning winning program program thatthat requires requires all all pre-service pre-service teachers teachers to spend to spend 3 hours 3 hours in ainschool a school librarian librarian learning learning howhow collaboration collaboration between between school school librarians librarians andand classroom classroom teachers teachers works. works. This This session session is presented is presented by the by the creator creator of the of the program program andand offers offers youyou the the opportunity opportunity to understand to understand the the nuts nuts & bolts & bolts of the of the program program as well as well as the as the partnerships partnerships needed needed to create to create the the program. program.

SESSION SESSIONIII III

th th Friday, Friday, April April 2626 3:00 3:00 – 4:00 – 4:00 PMPM

APPRAPPRAnnual Annual Professional Professional Performance Performance Review Review Presented Presented byby Jim Jim Belair, Belair, School School Library Library System System Director Director at at Monroe Monroe 2- Orleans 2- Orleans BOCES, BOCES, andand Judy Judy Marsh, Marsh, School School Library Library System System Director Director at at WayneWayneFinger Finger Lakes Lakes BOCES. BOCES. STRAND: STRAND: LEADERSHIP LEADERSHIP GRADE GRADE LEVEL: LEVEL: K-12K-12 EASTMAN EASTMAN ROOM ROOM With With the the recent recent changes changes in education in education law,law, many many school school librarians librarians areare leftleft wondering wondering about about APPR. APPR. Join Join School School Library Library System System Directors Directors Judy Judy Marsh Marsh andand JimJim Belair Belair in this in this session session as they as they discuss discuss the the latest latest updates updates from from the the NYNY State State Education Education Department Department regarding regarding librarians librarians andand APPR. APPR. WeWe willwill alsoalso review review the the NYLA/SLSA NYLA/SLSA APPR APPR Rubric, Rubric, SLOs, SLOs, andand determining determining a teacher a teacher of record. of record.

Group Group Research Research GetsGets “Creative” “Creative” Presented Presented byby Laura Laura Reed Reed andand Sara Sara Kimmel, Kimmel, LMSs LMSs at at Rush-Henrietta Rush-Henrietta Senior Senior High High School, School, Rush, Rush, NYNY with with Jaclyn Jaclyn Fletcher, Fletcher, Rush-Henrietta Rush-Henrietta Senior Senior High High School School English English teacher. teacher. STRAND: STRAND: COLLABORATION COLLABORATION GRADE GRADE LEVEL: LEVEL: 6-126-12 GLEASON GLEASON ROOM ROOM Librarians Librarians andand ELA ELA teacher teacher present present a scaffolded, a scaffolded, skill-building skill-building unitunit where where online online collaborative collaborative tools tools facilitate facilitate rigorous, rigorous, alternative alternative products products to the to the standard standard research research paper. paper. Also Also discusses discusses howhow the the initial initial concept/format concept/format cancan be be successfully successfully adapted adapted by other by other grades grades andand subject subject areas areas to introduce/increase to introduce/increase Common Common Core Core non-fiction non-fiction reading reading andand analysis. analysis.

Is your Is your Web Web Toolbox Toolbox Getting Getting Rusty? Rusty? Presented Presented byby Melissa Melissa Jacobs-Israel, Jacobs-Israel, coordinator coordinator in the in the Office Office of Library of Library Services Services forfor thethe New New York York City City Department Department of Education. of Education. STRAND: STRAND: TECHNOLGOY TECHNOLGOY GRADE GRADE LEVEL: LEVEL: K-12K-12 FITZHUGH FITZHUGH ROOM ROOM It is Ittime is time to clean to clean it out it out andand collect collect an an entire entire newnew bagbag of tools. of tools.Learn Learn howhow to engage to engage today’s today’s students students with with highlights highlights from from AASL’s AASL’s 2012 2012 Best Best Websites Websites for for Teaching Teaching andand Learning. Learning. Create Create concept concept maps maps with with Popplet, Popplet, postpost a video a video with with Vialogues, Vialogues, design design short short graphic graphic novels novels using using Comic Comic Master, Master, become become a visual a visual learner learner using using SpiderScribe, SpiderScribe, collaborate collaborate using using the the digital digital bulletin bulletin board board Stixy Stixy andand so much so much more. more. Walk Walk away away with with a new a new andand improved improved toolbox toolbox of tips, of tips, tricks tricks andand interactive interactive Web Web tools tools to enhance to enhance instruction instruction andand keep keep bothboth youyou andand your your students students engaged! engaged!

Exploring Exploring PBSPBS LearningMedia LearningMedia

Presented Presented byby Marian Marian French French isWXXI’s isWXXI’s Assistant Assistant Vice Vice President President of Education of Education & Interactive & Interactive Services Services andand Cara Cara Rager, Rager, WXXI’s WXXI’s Educational Educational Training Training Coordinator. Coordinator. STRAND: STRAND: TECHNOLOGY TECHNOLOGY GRADE GRADE LEVEL: LEVEL: K-12K-12 SILVER SILVER ROOM ROOM

Join Join WXXI, WXXI, Rochester’s Rochester’s PBS PBS station, station, to learn to learn about about the the exciting exciting VITAL-NY VITAL-NY upgrade upgrade to PBS to PBS LearningMedia. LearningMedia. PBS PBS LearningMedia LearningMedia is aisfree a free service service thatthat provides provides NYS NYS educators educators with with classroom-ready classroom-ready educational educational resources resources such such as video as video content, content, interactives, interactives, audio, audio, photos, photos, andand lesson lesson plans. plans. WeWe willwill alsoalso explore explore searchable searchable andand cross-curricular cross-curricular resources resources from from other other public public media media resources resources such such as PBS as PBS KIDS, KIDS, PBS PBS NewsHour NewsHour andand NOVA. NOVA.

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Exclusive Vendor Time & Autographing Hors D’oeuvres & Cocktail Reception Sponsored by Mandarin & ProQuest GRAND BALLROOM VENDOR AREA Friday, April 26th 4:00 – 6:00 PM

Come browse, visit our vendors and meet authors Jacqueline Woodson, Jay Asher, Dan Gutman, Charles Benoit, Svetlana Chmakova, and Tim O’Shei. Purchase books from our Barnes & Noble Bookstore and have them autographed. Then come enjoy the Hors D’oeuvres & Cocktail Reception with musical entertainment in the Grand Ballroom- SEE YOU THERE! _______________________________________________

Join us for the Knickerbocker Banquet Sponsored by Gumdrop RIVERSIDE BALLROOM Friday, April 26th 6:15 – 9:00 PM

as we honor

2013 KNICKERBOCKER award winner JACQUELINE WOODSON NYLA/SSL is proud to honor Jacqueline Woodson as the 2013 winner of the Knickerbocker Award for Juvenile Literature. Jacqueline is a National Book Award Finalist, Newberry Honor, Caldecott Honor, and Coretta Scott King Award winner, as well as a recipient of the Margaret A. Edwards Award for Lifetime Achievement. Laura Wedge Award Beth Davis has been an active and integral member of SSL. She is the school librarian at Berne-KnoxWesterlo Middle/Senior High School where she has served for 17 years.

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6:00 – 8:00 PM

Continental Breakfast

Vendor Area/Grand Ballroom

7:30 AM – 8:30 AM

Douglass Common Core Strand

Fitzhugh Leadership Strand

Gleason Technology Strand

Josh Perks Content Creation

Session II 1:45 PM – 2:45 PM

SSL Leadership Double Session:

Gleason Reading Strand

Eastman Reading Strand

Jane Reeves Skype with an author

Fitzhugh Leadership Strand

Kathleen Cristman Know Your Library – Evaluate Your Program

Silver Collaboration Strand

Kathi Sigler SLMS Teaching Pre-service Teachers to Collaborate

Author Luncheon: Kathy Shrock and SSL Awards Presentations Riverview Ballroom

12:00 PM – 1:30 PM

Meet the Knickerbocker Winner: Jacqueline Woodson

Exclusive Vendor Time and Autographing Sessions -- Vendor Area (Dr. Steven Layne, Vivian Vande Velde, Jacqueline Woodson, Tim O’Shei, Scott Gibala-Broxholm, Will Hubbell, Marcia Hayles)

Gold Level Vendor Sponsor Presentation: Media Flex Eastman

Eastman Technology Strand

Gold Level Vendor Sponsor Presentation: Gale Cengage Douglass

Riverview Ballroom Technology Strand

Douglass

Jay Stetzer

8:45 – 9:30 PM Storyteller

7:30 AM – 8:30 AM Exclusive Vendor Time 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM & 1:30 – 6:00 PM 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Exclusive Vendor Time 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM Exclusive Vendor Time

Douglass

8:00 – 8:45 PM

Wine Tasting & Newbie Welcome & Author Meet and Greet

Exhibits Open:

Grand Ballroom

Cash bar and Hors d’oeuvres

Vendor Grand Opening

Friday April 26, 2013

3:00 – 8:00 PM Registration

Gold Level Vendor Sponsor Presentation: Follett Douglass Riverview Ballroom Conference Welcome: SSL President Sue Kowalski Keynote Speaker: Dr. Steven Layne Kathy Shrock Paige Jaeger Rebecca Burkett Kimberly Rouleau A Picture is Worth 1000 Close Encounter of Assessment & Collegial Collaboration Words: Using Infographics as the Complex Kind Collaboration a Creative Assessment

Registration

SSL Board. Mtg.

2:00-5:00 PM Radisson Board Room

7:30 AM – 5:00 PM

SLSA Exec Board 10:30-12:30 PM Gen.Membership 1:30 - 4:00 PM

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

11:00 AM – 11:45 AM

Session I 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

8:30 AM – 8:40 AM 8:40 AM – 9:50 AM

7:45 AM – 8:30 AM

strand colors leadership technology common core reading collaboration

Thursday April 25, 2013

SSL 2013 Conference Schedule


Silver Technology Strand

12:30 PM – 2:00 PM

Session V 11:15 AM – 12:15 PM

Session IV 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

9:00 AM – 9:45 AM

6:15 PM – 9:00 PM

4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

8:00 AM – 8:45 AM Jay Asher Riverview Ballroom

Silver Common Core Strand John Brock and Mary Beth Farr Inside SED -- A View of School Libraries & SLS Eastman Leadership Strand

Eastman Reading Strand Claudine Dixon Exploring National Board Certification Silver Leadership Strand

Lindsay Cesari & Leslie Savage Dewey or Don’t We?

Fitzhugh Technology Strand

Gleason Technology Strand Lindsay Cesari & Leslie Savage App-ealing

Karen Mitchell Why the Interest in Pinterest?

Gleason Common Core Strand

Fitzhugh Reading Strand Kristina Holzweiss The Common Core Conversation

Meet the Author Dan Gutman Let's Write A Story Together!

Farewell Luncheon – Dan Gutman “The Reluctant Reader: It Takes One to Know One” Riverview Ballroom

Douglass Common Core Strand

Olga Nesi Translating the Common Core Standards Into instructionInformation Fluency Double Session

Meet the Author Dr. Steven Layne Successful Strategies for Building Lifetime Readers

Gold Level Vendor Sponsor Presentation: Baker & Taylor Eastman

7:30 AM – 11:30 AM Exhibits Open 8:45 AM – 9:45 AM Exclusive Vendor time & Autographing Sessions (Jay Asher, Dan Gutman and Svetlana Chmakova)

Gold Level Vendor Sponsor Presentation: ProQuest Douglas

7:30 AM – 8:00 AM SSL Breakfast Meeting Riverview Ballroom

Saturday April 27, 2013

Gold Level Vendor Sponsor Presentation: Gum Drop Douglass Exclusive Vendor Time and Autographing Sessions -- Vendor Area (Jacqueline Woodson, Jay Asher, Dan Gutman, Charles Benoit, Svetlana Chmakova and Tim O’Shei) Hors d'oeuvres and Cocktail Reception – Vendor Area/Grand Ballroom Knickerbocker Banquet with Jacqueline Woodson and Awards Presentations Riverview Ballroom

Fitzhugh Technology Strand

Marion French & Cara Rager Vital NY

Gold Level Vendor Sponsor Presentation: NoodleTools Eastman

Gleason Collaboration Strand

Melissa Israel Is Your Web Toolbox Getting Rusty?

5:00 PM – 5:45 PM

Eastman Leadership Strand

Laura Reed & Sara Kimmel “Creative” Group Research

Gold Level Vendor Sponsor Presentation: Mandarin Douglass

Douglass Common Core Strand

The Common Core and the Teacher in You!

Jim Belair & Judy Marsh APPR

4:00 PM – 4:45 PM

Session III 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Mary Ratzer


SCHEDULE SCHEDULE

Saturday Saturday th th April 2727 April

Exhibits OPEN 7:307:30 – 11:30 AM AM Exhibits OPEN – 11:30

VENDORVENDOR AREA AREA GRANDGRAND BALLROOM BALLROOM RIVERSIDE BALLROOM RIVERSIDE BALLROOM

SSLSSL Breakfast Meeting 7:307:30 – 8:00 AM AM Breakfast Meeting – 8:00 RIVERSIDE BALLROOM Jay Jay Asher 8:008:00 – 8:45 AM AM RIVERSIDE BALLROOM Asher – 8:45 VENDORVENDOR AREA AREA Exclusive Vendor time & Autographing Session 8:458:45 – 9:45 AM AM Exclusive Vendor time & Autographing Session GRAND BALLROOM – 9:45 Jay Asher, Dan Gutman, and Svetlana Chmakova GRAND BALLROOM Jay Asher, Dan Gutman, and Svetlana Chmakova Session IV IV Session 10:00 – 11:00 AM AM 10:00 – 11:00

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Olga Fluency (double(double session-sessionIV & V)IV & V)  Nesi OlgaInformation Nesi Information Fluency Meet the Author Dr. Steven Layne  Meet the Author Dr. Steven Layne Dewey or Don’t  Dewey orWe Don’t We Why the Interest in Pinterest?  Why the Interest in Pinterest? Let's Write A Story with Dan  Let's Write A Together! Story Together! withGutman Dan Gutman

Session V V Session 11:15 AM AM – 12:15 PM PM 11:15 – 12:15

 Exploring National Board Board Certification  Exploring National Certification

 Inside SED- A SEDViewAofView School Libraries and SLSand SLS  Inside of School Libraries  App-ealing  App-ealing  The Core Conversation  Common The Common Core Conversation

Farewell Luncheon withwith DanDan Gutman 12:30 – 2:00 PM PM Farewell Luncheon Gutman 12:30 – 2:00

DOUGLASS ROOM ROOM DOUGLASS SILVER SILVER ROOM ROOM FITZHUGH ROOM ROOM FITZHUGH GLEASONGLEASON ROOM ROOM EASTMAN ROOM ROOM EASTMAN EASTMAN ROOM ROOM EASTMAN SILVER SILVER ROOM ROOM FITZHUGH ROOM ROOM FITZHUGH GLEASONGLEASON ROOM ROOM

RIVERSIDE BALLROOM RIVERSIDE BALLROOM

Vendor Area OPEN Vendor Area OPEN th

th – 11:30 AM Saturday, AprilApril 27 27 7:30 Saturday, 7:30 – 11:30 AM VENDOR AREAAREA GRAND BALLROOM VENDOR GRAND BALLROOM

SSL Breakfast meeting SSL Breakfast meeting th th - 8:00 AM Saturday, AprilApril 27 27 7:30 Saturday, 7:30 - 8:00 AM RIVERSIDE BALLROOM RIVERSIDE BALLROOM

Jay Asher Jay Asher th

th – 8:45 AM Saturday, AprilApril 27 27 8:00 Saturday, 8:00 – 8:45 AM RIVERSIDE BALLROOM RIVERSIDE BALLROOM

Jay Asher's debutdebut YA novel, Thirteen Reasons Why,Why, spentspent over over two-and-a-half yearsyears Jay Asher's YA novel, Thirteen Reasons two-and-a-half on the YorkYork Times Bestsellers List.List. His second novel, The Future of Us, onNew the New Times Bestsellers His second novel, The Future of was Us, cowas coauthored with Carolyn Mackler. His books have sold to over 30 foreign markets, and and authored with Carolyn Mackler. His books have sold to over 30 foreign markets, bothboth film film rights werewere bought by major Hollywood studios. rights bought by major Hollywood studios.

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Exclusive Vendor Time & Autographing Saturday, April 27th 8:45 – 9:45 AM GRAND BALLROOM VENDOR AREA

Come browse and visit our vendors, and meet authors Jay Asher, Dan Gutman, and Svetalna Chmakova.

Dan Gutman

Jay Asher

Svetlana Chmakova

Purchase books from our Barnes & Noble Bookstore and have them autographed!

SESSION IV

Saturday, April 27th 10:00 – 11:00 AM Translating the Common Core Standards Into Instruction: Learning From the Rosetta Stone (double session- IV & V)

Presented by Olga Nesi who was the librarian at I.S. 281 Joseph B. Cavallaro in Brooklyn, N.Y. for eleven years. She is now a library coordinator for the New York City School Library System at the Office of Library Services, NYC Department of Education. STRAND: COMMON CORE GRADE LEVEL: K-12 DOUGLASS ROOM It took Jean Francois Champollion twenty years to use the Greek writing at the bottom of the Rosetta Stone to translate the Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics at the top. In much the same way as he used a language he was familiar with to translate the foreign one, librarians can use the language of inquiry embedded in the Empire State Information Fluency Continuum (IFC) to translate the Common Core Standards into actual instruction. This translation task is the critical first step in understanding the CCS.

Meet the Author Dr. Steven Layne

Presented by Dr. Steven Layne, Professor of Literacy Education at Judson University in Elgin, IL. STRAND: READING GRADE LEVEL: K-12 SILVER ROOM Steve’s message will focus in some way on his passion: fostering the love of reading in kids. According to Steve, “It’s the missing component in most schools, and something has to be done. Fewer kids are making the choice to read these days. Educators need to know that there’s something they can do. My goal is to give them hope and then offer them practical strategies to bring about change.”

Dewey or Don’t We

Presented by Lindsay Cesari , Elementary School Librarian and Leslie Savage, Junior High School Librarian in Baldwinsville, New York. STRAND: COMMON CORE GRADE LEVEL: K-12 FITZHUGH ROOM This session will provide a guide for participants interested in moving to a Dewey-free environment and demonstrate how a school library can more closely resemble a bookstore model. Presenter will demonstrate how this works at K-12 levels and it’s applications to Common Core.

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Why the Interest in Pinterest?

Presented by Karen Mitchell, a member of the Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES Library Automation Team. STRAND: TECHNOLOGY GRADE LEVEL: K-12 GLEASON ROOM Join us as we look at the wildly popular idea sharing social network Pinterest and how it is being used by school librarians and educators today. Whether or not you already pin, learn how to find and share resources, promote your library, and visually curate the web for your staff and students.

Let's Write A Story Together! with Author Dan Gutman

Presented by Dan Gutman, children’s book author. STRAND: READING GRADE LEVEL: K-5

EASTMAN ROOM

Dan Gutman is the prolific author of over 100 books for children including The Weird School, My Weird School Daze and Weirder School series. Originally writing nonfiction articles for magazines, he eventually decided to base his writing career on children’s books and has been a full-time writer for fifteen years. Attendees will collaborate on a fictional story. This is a fun exercise you can also do with your own students.

SESSION V

Saturday, April 27th 11:15 AM – 12:15 PM Exploring National Board Certification

Presented by Claudine Dixon, High School LMS in the Greece CSD, Rochester, NY. STRAND: LEADERSHIP GRADE LEVEL: K-12 EASTMAN ROOM This hands-on presentation allows participants to discover what it takes to become a National Board candidate. Topics include: what an accomplished teacher looks like, why a teacher should explore this certification, and how it benefits student learning. This process closely aligns with the draft APPR from NYS.

Inside SED- A View of School Libraries and SLS Presented by John Brock, Associate in School Library Services, Educational Design and Technology, New York State Education Department, and Mary Beth Farr, Library Development Specialist. STRAND: LEADERSHIP GRADE LEVEL: K-12 SILVER ROOM NYSED Virtual Learning Initiative and USNY Learning Technology Plan Update - Come learn about NYSED's work in virtual learning and learning technology over the past year, featuring a summary of recently funded Virtual Advanced Placement (VAP) Programs. Learn about the important role that librarians play in NYSED's Race to the Top initiatives for virtual learning, and ways to get your library involved.

App-ealing

Presented by Lindsay Cesari , Elementary School Librarian and Leslie Savage, Junior High School Librarian in Baldwinsville, New York. STRAND: TECHNOLOGY GRADE LEVEL: K-12 FITZHUGH ROOM Review of Apps for appropriate inclusion in iPad and iPod programs; K-12 along with ways to use them in 1:1 rooms, and when only a few devices are available.

The Common Core Conversation

Presented by Kristina Holzweiss, LMS and past 7th grade English teacher. STRAND: COMMON CORE GRADE LEVEL: K-12

GLEASON ROOM

Are you feeling overwhelmed about the new Common Core Standards? Join the conversation and learn where to find the best resources on the internet to find lessons, web tools, templates, and crosswalks. By the end of the session, you’ll be a part of a nationwide conversation.

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Farewell Luncheon with Dan Gutman Farewell Luncheon with Dan Gutman Sponsored by Baker & Taylor Sponsored by Baker & Taylor Sponsored by EBSCO Sponsored byth EBSCO Saturday, April 27 12:30 - 2 PM Saturday, April 27th 12:30 - 2 PM RIVERVIEW BALLROOM RIVERVIEW BALLROOM

The It Takes Takes One Oneto toKnow KnowOne One The Reluctant Reluctant Reader: Reader: It Dan Gutman was born in a log cabin in Illinois and used to write by Dan Gutman was born in a log cabin in Illinois and used to write by candlelight with a piece of chalk on a shovel. Oh, wait a minute, that was candlelight with a piece of chalk on a shovel. Oh, wait a minute, that was Abraham Lincoln. Actually, Dan Gutman grew up in New Jersey and, for Abraham Lincoln. Actually, Dan Gutman grew up in New Jersey and, for some reason, still lives there. some reason, still lives there. Dan is the author of the popular My Weird School series for younger readers. Middle Dan is the author of the popular My Weird School series for younger readers. Middle graders are familiar with his baseball card adventure books, "The Kid Who Ran For graders are familiar with his baseball card adventure books, "The Kid Who Ran For President," Million Dollar DollarShot," Shot,""The "TheGenius GeniusFiles" Files"and and President,""The "TheHomework Homework Machine," Machine," "The "The Million many Dan and and his his books booksififyou yougo gototowww.dangutman.com. www.dangutman.com. manyothers. others.You Youcan canlearn learn more more about about Dan _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________

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Visit the Conference Bookstore in the Vendor Area ALEXANDRIA Richard Dolph rldmedia@comcast.net 800-296-1692

GOLD SPONSOR BAKER & TAYLOR

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Richard Dolph rldmedia@comcast.net

800-775-7930

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Booth # 1

CAPSTONE

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Bill Oakes bookseller49@yahoo.com 800-230-1279

Sandy Johnson delaneybooksny@gmail.com 585-615-0346

Booth # 17

Booth # 25

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EASY BIB

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Michael James mjames@ebscohost.com 800-653-2726

Yvonne Derr

Booth # 32

Booth # 11 GOLD SPONSOR FOLLETT

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Jill Blades jill.blades@baker-taylor.com

(friends of SSL)

yvonne@educationalfurnishings.com

570-988-1710 Booth # 30 GOLD SPONSOR GALE CENGAGE

Tanya Adams

Danielle Bleecher

Candace Bower 585-768-9564 canbow10@aol.com

tanya.adams@flr.follett.com

danielle.bleecher@cengage.com

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716-697-5618

Booth # 23

Booth # 9

GARRETT BOOK COMPNAY

Booth # 6 GOLD SPONSOR GUMDROP

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Jim Hopper jim817@gumdropbooks.com 585-303-8325

Cyd Rosenberg 800-322-8755 x4313 crosenberg@infobaselearning.com

Booth # 33

Booth # 27

Booth # 5

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INFOBASE LEARNING (friends of SSL)

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LIBRARY STAMPERS LIBRARY STAMPERS

LINCOLN LIBRARY PRESS LINCOLN LIBRARY PRESS

MACKLIN MACKLIN

Jacalyn Groves Jacalyn Groves librarystamper@yahoo.com librarystamper@yahoo.com 315-684-9337 315-684-9337

Susan Susan GallGall sgall@thelincolnlibrary.com sgall@thelincolnlibrary.com 800-561-2656 800-561-2656

Hugh Ahearn Hugh Ahearn

Booth # 31 Booth # 31 GOLD SPONSOR GOLD SPONSOR MANDARIN MANDARIN

Booth Booth # 2# 2

Graham ArtArt Graham artg@mlasolutions.com artg@mlasolutions.com 800-426-7477 800-426-7477

MANSFIELD UNIVERSITY MANSFIELD UNIVERSITY

School Library & Information Technologies School Library & Information Technologies

Cynthia Keller Cynthia Keller ckeller@mansfield.edu ckeller@mansfield.edu 717-816-6995 717-816-6995

hugh.ahearn@mackin.com hugh.ahearn@mackin.com

800-245-9540 800-245-9540

Booth # 15 Booth # 15 GOLD SPONSOR GOLD SPONSOR MEDIA FLEX (OPALS) MEDIA FLEX (OPALS) Harry Chan Harry Chan harry@bibliofiche.com harry@bibliofiche.com 877-331-1022 877-331-1022 Booth # 10 Booth # 10

SHARPE MEME SHARPE Hilko JoeJoe Hilko hilkobks@nycap.rr.com hilkobks@nycap.rr.com 800-244-9740 800-244-9740

Booth # 13 Booth # 13 GOLD SPONSOR GOLD SPONSOR NOODLE TOOLS NOODLE TOOLS Damon Abilock Damon Abilock damon@noodletools.com damon@noodletools.com 650-561-4071 650-561-4071

Booth # 16 Booth # 16

Booth Booth # 8# 8

OVERDRIVE OVERDRIVE Mike Shontz Mike Shontz mshontz@overdrive.com mshontz@overdrive.com or or jpatterson@overdrive.com jpatterson@overdrive.com 216-573-6886 216-573-6886

PERMA-BOUND PERMA-BOUND

Booth Booth # 4# 4 GOLD SPONSOR GOLD SPONSOR PROQUEST PROQUEST

Linda Karuth-Startup Linda Karuth-Startup histartup@perma-bound.com histartup@perma-bound.com 585-889-8128 585-889-8128

Deborah Bergeron Deborah Bergeron deborah.bergeron@proquest.com deborah.bergeron@proquest.com 603-986-5679 603-986-5679

Booth # 19 Booth # 19

Booth # 29 Booth # 29

Booth Booth # 7# 7

ROSEN PUBLISHING ROSEN PUBLISHING

SEBCO BOOKS SEBCO BOOKS

Miriam Gilbert Miriam Gilbert miriamg@rosenpub.com miriamg@rosenpub.com 212-777-3017 212-777-3017

Claudio Salomone Claudio Salomone claudio@sebcobooks.com claudio@sebcobooks.com 800-223-3251 800-223-3251

SSLSSL Section of School Librarians Section of School Librarians

Booth Booth # 3# 3

Booth # 24 Booth # 24

Booth # 21 Booth # 21

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY

VERIZON VERIZON

WORLD BOOK WORLD BOOK

Miguel Llano Miguel Llano

John Gummoe John Gummoe

Booth # 14 Booth # 14

Blythe Allison Bennett Blythe Allison Bennett babennet@syr.edu babennet@syr.edu 315-443-5443 315-443-5443 Booth # 20 Booth # 20

NYSCATE NYSCATE Amy Perry Delcorvo Amy Perry Delcorvo aperry@nyscate.org aperry@nyscate.org 800-479-4830 800-479-4830

Miguel.Llano@VerizonWireless.com john.gummoe@worldbook.com john.gummoe@worldbook.com Miguel.Llano@VerizonWireless.com 585-259-6153 800-975-3250 585-259-6153

800-975-3250

Booth # 26 Booth # 26

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VENDOR VENDOR WORKSHOPS WORKSHOPS DATE DATE Friday, Friday, April April 26 26

TIME TIME VENDOR VENDOR 7:457:45 - 8:30 - 8:30 AMAM FOLLETT FOLLETT 11:00 11:00 - 11:45 - 11:45 AMAM GALE GALE CENGAGE CENGAGE 11:00 11:00 - 11:45 - 11:45 AMAM MEDIA MEDIA FLEX FLEX (OPALS) (OPALS) 4:004:00 - 4:45 - 4:45 PMPM MANDARIN MANDARIN 4:004:00 - 4:-45 4: PM 45 PM NOODLE NOODLE TOOLS TOOLS 5:005:00 - 5:45 - 5:45 PMPM GUMDROP GUMDROP Saturday, Saturday, April April 27 27 9:009:00 - 9:45 - 9:45 AMAM PROQUEST PROQUEST 9:009:00 - 9:45 - 9:45 AMAM BAKER BAKER & TAYLOR & TAYLOR

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VENDOR VENDOR WORKSHOP WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS DESCRIPTIONS Baker Baker & Taylor & Taylor WorkshopWorkshopSaturday, Saturday, April April 27 27 9:009:00 – 9:45 – 9:45 AMAM Check Check outout thethe Axis Axis 360360 digital digital media media library library from from Baker Baker & Taylor! & Taylor! SLJ recently Axis a Test Drive rated a solid 4 out as “Cool School.” Axis SLJ recently gavegave Axis 360360 a Test Drive andand rated it aitsolid 4 out of 5ofas5 “Cool for for School.” Axis 360360 is currently is currently installed installed at several at several BOCES BOCES school school districts, districts, andand hashas beenbeen adopted adopted by the by the districts districts of Hillsborough of Hillsborough County, County, FL,FL, Kansas Kansas CityCity Public Public Schools, Schools, Garland Garland Schools, Schools, the the County County of Los of Los Angeles Angeles andand Tulsa Tulsa Public Public Schools. Schools. Come Come see see whywhy Axis Axis 360360 is the is the fastest fastest growing growing digital digital library library choice choice of districts of districts andand individual individual schools schools throughout throughout the the country. country. Follett WorkshopFriday, April – 8:30 Follett WorkshopFriday, April 27 27 7:457:45 – 8:30 AMAM TheThe Follett session willwill focus on what's newnew withwith Destiny 11 and utilizing Destiny for for common Follett session focus on what's Destiny 11 and utilizing Destiny common corecore standards, andand the the FOLLETTSHELF - using andand marketing your digital resources standards, FOLLETTSHELF - using marketing your digital resources including Follett ebooks andand digital downloadable audiobooks from CATALIST andand more. including Follett ebooks digital downloadable audiobooks from CATALIST more. Gale/Cengage WorkshopFriday, April 26 26 11:00 – 11:45 AMAM Gale/Cengage WorkshopFriday, April 11:00 – 11:45 LifeLife in Transition: Moving to the Common Core in Transition: Moving to the Common Core Forty-five states have adopted andand begun implementation of the Common Core State Standards Forty-five states have adopted begun implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Educators need to redesign lessons andand classroom activities to ensure course content is is (CCSS). Educators need to redesign lessons classroom activities to ensure course content aligned to the CCSS. What rolerole willwill the the media specialist have in addressing thisthis challenge? Learn aligned to the CCSS. What media specialist have in addressing challenge? Learn st Century Century instruction instruction while while howhow Gale’s digital resources support Common Core standards andand 21st21 Gale’s digital resources support Common Core standards elevating elevating students’ students’ college college andand career career readiness. readiness. Mandarin Mandarin WorkshopWorkshopFriday, Friday, April April 27 27 4:004:00 – 4:45 – 4:45 PMPM What is CMS? Come about Mandarin’s content management system librarian What is CMS? Come hearhear about Mandarin’s content management system thatthat putsputs the the librarian back in the center of your school’s information needs gives librarian control of the library’s back in the center of your school’s information needs andand gives the the librarian control of the library’s presence. We’ll show great features of our ever-developing library system, webweb presence. We’ll alsoalso show youyou the the great newnew features of our ever-developing library system, nownow RDA implementation, reading searching, patron comments ratings. withwith RDA implementation, reading levellevel searching, andand patron comments andand ratings.

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Media Flex (Opals) Workshop- Friday, April 27 11:00 – 11:45 AM eBook, Streaming Video & Database Resource Management & Broadcasting How to build your own eBook shelf, coexist with others and incorporate streaming video and single login databases on one convenient information discovery platform. NoodleTools Workshop- Friday, April 27 4:00 – 4:45 PM Meet Debbie Abilock and the NoodleTools team. See how teachers and librarians use NoodleTools to easily monitor, assess and give timely feedback to students/teams during project work. Use the power of real-time collaboration and peer-review mode to engage students as they master information-literacy concepts and create original written work. Designed by educators, NoodleTools promotes differentiated instruction via three product levels. All teaching modules incorporate common core concepts. Proquest Workshop- Saturday, April 28 9:00 – 9:45 AM The ProQuest presentation will focus specifically on how eLibrary, SIRS Discoverer and Researcher, and ebrary products can build a bridge between the library and the classroom and aid both teachers and students by addressing each of the four key Instructional Shifts emphasized in the Common Core Standards: 1.) building knowledge through Informational Text, 2.) reading, writing & speaking using Evidence from Text. 3.) regular practice with Increasingly Complex Text & vocabulary and 4.) achieving literacy Across the Curriculum. ProQuest’s unique sources, lexiled content, student and teacher organization tools, multimedia access and continued emphasis on critical thinking skills make it much easier to apply the new standards in everyday classroom situations. Deb Bergeron, ProQuest trainer, and Ed Yarnell, ProQuest rep, will present. ___________________________________________________________

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VISITOR INFORMATION

Rochester, New York The Flour and Flower City

In its early history, Rochester became known as the Flour City, based on the numerous flour mills which were located along waterfalls on the Genesee River. The first ten days the canal was open east to the Hudson, 40,000 barrels (3,600 tons) of Rochester flour were shipped to Albany and New York City. By 1850 however, when several seed companies in Rochester had grown to become the largest in the world, with Ellwanger & Barry Nursery Co. the largest, Rochester's nickname was changed from the Flour City to the Flower City.

Several of Rochester's world renowned museums have offered attendees discounted admissions during the weekend of the conference. Why not include a visit to one or two before the drive home? ●The George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film is offering $3.00 off the normal $12.00 admission price. Just show your badge to receive the discount. The Eastman House has 3 current exhibitions: Camera Obscura; Room with a View; Silver and Water; Cameras from the Technology Collection. ●The Memorial Art Gallery will give you a $2.00 discount off the normal $12.00 admission price with your badge. Exhibits include It Came From the Vault – Rarely Seen Works from MAGs collection and Becoming Modern: Armory Show Artists at MAG. ●The National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House has offered attendees complimentary admission (regular admission is $10.00) when showing your badge. Hours are 11-5 Thursday – Sunday. Last tour starts at 4. For more information, call 235-6124 or go to www.susanbanthonyhouse.org. ●Rochester Museum and Science Center and Planetarium, 657 East Avenue, has offered attendees $5.00 off the general admission of $13.00 with your badge. Hours are Thursday-Saturday 9-5; Sunday 11-5. The major museum exhibit is Race: Are we so Different? The planetarium has several rotating shows. For more information call 271-1880 or go to www.rmsc.org. ●Strong National Museum of Play, One Manhattan Square, offers $2.00 off their normal $13.00 admission with your badge. Hours are Thursday 10-5; Friday and Saturday 10-8; Sunday noon5. For more information call 263-2700 or go to www.thestrong.org.

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2013 SSL Conference Evaluation Form 2013 SSL Conference Evaluation Form Please take a few minutes to help us evaluate and plan for future conferences Please take a few minutes to help us evaluate and plan for future conferences Very Excellent Very Good Excellent Good

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My expectations for the conference My expectations for the conference were met were met Conference facilities Conference facilities Relevance of the workshop topics Relevance of the workshop topics Variety of the workshops Variety of the workshops Variety and number of exhibitors Variety and number of exhibitors Barnes and Noble Book Store Barnes and Noble Book Store Contribution to professional Contribution to professional development development Keynote Speaker-Dr. Steven Layne Keynote Speaker-Dr. Steven Layne Friday Lunch Speaker-Kathy Schrock Friday Lunch Speaker-Kathy Schrock Friday Banquet Speaker; Jacqueline Friday Banquet Speaker; Jacqueline Woodson Woodson Sat Breakfast Speaker-Jay Asher Sat Breakfast Speaker-Jay Asher Sat Lunch Speaker-Dan Gutman Sat Lunch Speaker-Dan Gutman Please add any additional comments on the back including suggestions for future workshops topics. Please add any additional comments on the back including suggestions for future workshops topics. Your feedback is very important to us. Thank you. Your feedback is very important to us. Thank you.

Please leave this in the box at the registration booth before you leave, the form will also be on Please leave this in the box at the registration booth before you leave, the form will also be on the conference website. http://sslspring2013.wordpress.com/ the conference website. http://sslspring2013.wordpress.com/

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SAVE THE DATE NYLA/SSL CONFERENCE 2014 April 24-26, 2014 Syracuse, New York

CNYSL and CNYLA are co-hosting the NYLA/SSL 2014 Spring Conference at the Oncenter and Crowne Plaza Hotel in Syracuse on April 24-26. With the theme “Expect More” look for changes in the Conference format. David Lankes, of Syracuse University’s iSchool, and author, Marc Aronson will get things started on Friday. Richard Byrne, author of Free Technology for Teachers, will be headlining “Supertech Saturday’s” events. Poster sessions and lightning round presentations are among the changes being planned. ___________________________________________

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Registration & Information

Vendor Area

Radisson Hotel Rochester Riverside

Douglass

Eastman

Fitzhugh

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