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Using Pinterest in school libraries | Sarah Ludwig

Using Pinterest in school libraries | Sarah Ludwig | Library Land | Scoop.it

As you can see, I’m gearing my library Pinterest page toward students. Why? Because I think students might be more likely to use the site? Maybe, although most of the people I’ve seen using the site are adults… it’s mostly because right now, I’m reaching out to faculty in other ways — largely through email and scoop.it, when it comes to virtual outreach. I’ve advertised the page to faculty, who may find items of interest on it, but my “collection development policy” is to curate materials of interest to our middle and upper school students.


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New Public Library in Texas Has No Print Books - GalleyCat

New Public Library in Texas Has No Print Books - GalleyCat | Library Land | Scoop.it
New Public Library in Texas Has No Print Books (New Public Library in Texas Has No Print Books: http://t.co/ychBR7YKGW #library via @GalleyCat)
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Follow the Conference Hashtag: My 10 Favorite Tech Tools for Educators - The Digital Shift

Follow the Conference Hashtag: My 10 Favorite Tech Tools for Educators - The Digital Shift | Library Land | Scoop.it
Sarah Ludwig, dean of digital and library services at the Ethel Walker School in Simsbury, CT, keeps up with tech tools by osmosis—and by following conference session hashtags on Twitter and watching resources stream by.

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10 Ways To Promote Your Classroom Library

10 Ways To Promote Your Classroom Library | Library Land | Scoop.it
You have a classroom library. Your library is chock full of useful resources and information that's just waiting to be absorbed by your eager students. Here's a fabulously simple way to start getting the word out about your treasure trove.

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Karen Bonanno's curator insight, January 7, 2014 1:48 AM

A few quick ideas that will help move thiings along. 

Lourense Das's curator insight, January 8, 2014 5:41 AM

10 Ways to promote your classroom library: great tips in an image format to print and show in and around school