Sessions


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AASL offers online learning opportunities to meet the needs of busy school library professional. This collection contains archives of AASL webinars, recorded concurrent sessions from AASL national conferences, and national institute presentations. Online professional development available through ALL is designed to make school librarians leaders in their school community.

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Sessions

AASL Town Hall: Leading Learning

Credits: None available.


AASL Town Halls are a monthly opportunity for school library professionals to network and brainstorm around a central theme. During the town halls, participants share successes, solicit ideas, and strategize the best ways to meet the needs of school librarians and their learners. Join AASL leadership, special guests, and peers across the country in an open conversation focused on leading learning in your school and community.

Town Halls are recorded and archives are shared as a part of the AASL Learning Library. Participants are granted speaking rights via their microphones if they wish to respond to a question from their moderators. As a webinar participant, you will receive follow up emails from AASL.

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AASL Town Hall: Leading Learning

Credits: None available.


AASL Town Halls are a monthly opportunity for school library professionals to network and brainstorm around a central theme. During the town halls, participants share successes, solicit ideas, and strategize the best ways to meet the needs of school librarians and their learners. Join AASL leadership, special guests, and peers across the country in an open conversation focused on leading learning in your school and community.

Town Halls are recorded and archives are shared as a part of the AASL Learning Library. Participants are granted speaking rights via their microphones if they wish to respond to a question from their moderators. As a webinar participant, you will receive follow up emails from AASL.

Register Now

Tags: Upcoming

AASL Town Hall: Leading Learning

Credits: None available.


AASL Town Halls are a monthly opportunity for school library professionals to network and brainstorm around a central theme. During the town halls, participants share successes, solicit ideas, and strategize the best ways to meet the needs of school librarians and their learners. Join AASL leadership, special guests, and peers across the country in an open conversation focused on leading learning in your school and community.

Town Halls are recorded and archives are shared as a part of the AASL Learning Library. Participants are granted speaking rights via their microphones if they wish to respond to a question from their moderators. As a webinar participant, you will receive follow up emails from AASL.

Register Now

Tags: Upcoming

AASL Town Hall: Leading Learning

Credits: None available.


AASL Town Halls are a monthly opportunity for school library professionals to network and brainstorm around a central theme. During the town halls, participants share successes, solicit ideas, and strategize the best ways to meet the needs of school librarians and their learners. Join AASL leadership, special guests, and peers across the country in an open conversation focused on leading learning in your school and community.

Town Halls are recorded and archives are shared as a part of the AASL Learning Library. Participants are granted speaking rights via their microphones if they wish to respond to a question from their moderators. As a webinar participant, you will receive follow up emails from AASL.

Register Now

Tags: Upcoming

AASL Town Hall: Leading Learning

Credits: None available.


AASL Town Halls are a monthly opportunity for school library professionals to network and brainstorm around a central theme. During the town halls, participants share successes, solicit ideas, and strategize the best ways to meet the needs of school librarians and their learners. Join AASL leadership, special guests, and peers across the country in an open conversation focused on leading learning in your school and community.

Town Halls are recorded and archives are shared as a part of the AASL Learning Library. Participants are granted speaking rights via their microphones if they wish to respond to a question from their moderators. As a webinar participant, you will receive follow up emails from AASL.

Register Now

Tags: Upcoming

AASL Town Hall: Book Challenges

Credits: None available.


During this AASL Town Hall, AASL President Jennisen Lucas, OIF Assistant Director Kristin Pekoll, and school librarian Matt King will facilitate a discussion on the current rise of book challenges. In less than a month, OIF has spoken out against censorship via 139 news articles and TV outlets and is currently supporting librarians with 150 active book challenges. Join your peers to share and explore how school librarians can keep their school libraries safe havens reflective of the school community.

AASL Town Halls are a monthly opportunity for school library professionals to network and brainstorm around a central theme. During the town halls, participants share successes, solicit ideas, and strategize the best ways to meet the needs of school librarians and their learners. Join AASL leadership, special guests, and peers across the country in an open conversation focused on leading learning in your school and community.

Town Halls are recorded and archives are shared as a part of the AASL Learning Library. Participants are granted speaking rights via their microphones if they wish to respond to a question from their moderators. As a webinar participant, you will receive follow up emails from AASL.

Register Now

Speaker(s):
  • Jennisen Lucas, District Librarian, Park County School District 6
  • Kristin Pekoll, Assistant Director of ALA's Office for Intellectual Freedom, American Library Association
  • Matt King, School Librarian, Discovery Elementary School
  • Sylvia K. Norton, Executive Director, American Association of School Librarians
Tags: Upcoming

AASL Town Hall: Media Literacy & Trust Me

Credits: None available.

To advance the critical role school librarians play in empowering their learners with media literacy, AASL partnered with the Getting Better Foundation (GBF) to share the award-winning documentary “Trust Me.” Attendees at the AASL National Conference had the opportunity to watch an exclusive viewing and as part of the partnership, and all ALA members can save 50% on the cost of the streaming rental through October 31. During this #AASLtownhall, AASL leaders and colleagues discuss the film and why empowering communities with information literacy is more important than ever.

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AASL Town Hall: Once Upon a Conversation

Credits: None available.

We all have stories to share from our school libraries. These fun and meaningful stories matter to our stakeholders. Join AASL President Jennisen Lucas and other school librarians to practice thinking about what to say when we are asked about school libraries. Let's go beyond the Elevator Speech and tell a story our stakeholder will remember and bring them back to talk to us.

AASL Town Halls are a monthly opportunity for school library professionals to network and brainstorm around a central theme. During the town halls, participants share successes, solicit ideas, and strategize the best ways to meet the needs of school librarians and their learners. Join AASL leadership, special guests, and peers across the country in an open conversation focused on leading learning in your school and community.

AASL President(s): AASL Executive Director(s): Panelist(s):
Tags: Free Sessions
Free

CAEP Training: Writing the Program Report

Credits: None available.

• Ten Steps to Writing a successful report
• Common Pitfalls
• Process document samples
• Review Recognition report form

Speaker(s):
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Free

Dual Enrollment and Beyond: Strategies and Research to Support Students Transitioning to College

Credits: None available.

Preparing students for college is a role that is extremely important for school librarians. College coursework often starts with dual enrollment. Where should school librarians begin if they want to excel in this role? What competencies can school librarian educators teach to prepare school librarians for this role? Join this discussion to learn about competencies, research, and experiences pertaining to preparing students for college and the best practices for assisting students.

Moderator(s): Speaker(s):
Tags: Free New Sessions
Free