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Friday, May 17 • 11:00am - 11:50am
Facilitating Student-Directed Research Through National History Day Competition

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National History Day is a chance for students in grades 4-12 to explore history and learn information literacy and scholarly research skills. Join the Utah History Day State Coordinator and elementary and secondary teacher librarians to discover ways you can support History Day at your school or public library. Learn about curricular connections, collaboration successes with teachers and parents, and tips and tools to give students a successful experience diving into historical research. 

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avatar for Amy Jamison

Amy Jamison

District Library Specialist, Ogden School District
avatar for Wendy Rex-Atzet

Wendy Rex-Atzet

State Coordinator, Utah History Day, Utah Division of State History
See me in the exhibitor hall to learn more about Utah's National History Day program! History Day brings history to life for kids through hands-on research, historical analysis, and creative presentation. Kids can create exhibits, websites, performances, documentaries, and papers... Read More →
avatar for Lisa Pockrus

Lisa Pockrus

District Library Specialist, Ogden School District
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Elaine Shelburne

Weber School District


Friday May 17, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Eagle Room 200 D
  • Topic Tags Information Literacy, Instruction, Library School Education
  • Objective 1 Introduce National History Day to school librarians
  • Objective 2 Share scholarly research resources and curricular connections
  • Objective 3 Share tips and educational tools to overcome potential obstacles implementing a long-term and rigorous research project

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