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Friday, May 17
 

11:00am MDT

Facilitating Student-Directed Research Through National History Day
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. 

Speakers
avatar for Amy Jamison

Amy Jamison

District Library Specialist, Ogden School District
Amy Jamison is a district library specialist for Ogden School District. She is finishing a two-year position on the Utah Library Association Board as the school section chair. She has an EdTech endorsement and is a Level 2 Google Certified Educator. Amy is a district liaison for the... Read More →
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Lisa Pockrus

District Library Specialist, Ogden School District
Lisa is a National Board Certified Teacher in Library Media K-12. She has been a school librarian since 2003 and is now a District Library Specialist in Ogden. Lisa is a Level 1 & 2 Google Certified Educator and holds an Ed Tech Endorsement. She is also the coordinator for Ogden School... Read More →
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Elaine Shelburne

Teacher-Librarian, Weber School District
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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 →



Friday May 17, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am MDT
Eagle Room 200 D
  (7) School Librarianship, Speaker / Panel Session
  • 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

2:30pm MDT

Ignite Creativity in Your Library with Adobe Spark
Adobe Spark is a website and app suite that encourages impactful learning through creative communication. Go beyond the Powerpoint or Google Slide presentation, and let students show what they know through easy-to-use apps to create videos, web pages, and posts. Discover how you can use Adobe Spark apps for professional-looking library displays, signs, and graphics. Join elementary and secondary teacher librarians who will share their experiences using these tools with students, and in their libraries. You’ll have some hands-on time to explore the Adobe Spark suite and ignite creativity in your library!

Speakers
avatar for Amy Jamison

Amy Jamison

District Library Specialist, Ogden School District
Amy Jamison is a district library specialist for Ogden School District. She is finishing a two-year position on the Utah Library Association Board as the school section chair. She has an EdTech endorsement and is a Level 2 Google Certified Educator. Amy is a district liaison for the... Read More →
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Shelly Ripplinger

Syracuse Arts Academy Charter School


Friday May 17, 2019 2:30pm - 3:20pm MDT
Eagle Room 200 D
  (7) School Librarianship, Speaker / Panel Session
  • Topic Tags Children/Youth Services (11-14), Instruction, Technology, Library School Education
  • Objective 1 Introduce Adobe Spark tools: Video, Page, Post
  • Objective 2 Demonstrate ways Adobe Spark can be used to engage students with creative projects; design professional-looking library signs and displays; and promote libraries through online posts and communications.
  • Objective 3 Provide hands-on opportunities for the audience to create a video, page, and/or post.
 


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