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September 22, 2012

Harness the Power of Digital Reading

H.A.S.L. Fall Conference

How can you engage students and provide teachers with powerful instructional tools? By adding quality digital resources to your school library!
Learn about the management and instructional use of eBooks and devices to foster critical thinking, collaboration, communication and creativity. Register now!

Sacred Hearts Academy

Saturday, Sep. 22nd 2012 at 7:30am-1pm

3253 Waialae Avenue

Honolulu, HI

Learn about...

Access infographics by clicking links below

The Trend of E Reading from Infographic Labs
EBook Nation from Print Media Center
Bye-Bye Textbooks from Schools.com

Schedule

7:30 Registration
8:00 Membership Meeting
8:30 Welcome
8:40 From the Field-- Panel of librarians (K-12) who use eReaders & eBooks
9:30 Vendor exhibits & refreshments
10:00 Breakout Session 1--eBook choices, management, & logistics for educators
11:00 Breakout Session 2--eBook choices, management, & logistics for educators
12:00 Breakout Session 3--Digital Reading for instruction & student engagement
12:45 Closing & Door prizes

Breakout Session Presentations

Breakout Sessions 1 & 2 will feature presentations by Capstone, EBSCO, Follett, ProQuest, and TumbleBooks/Lerner.

Breakout Session 3 will feature local K-12 public/private school librarians who have incorporated eReading into their libraries. This session will offer attendees an opportunity to hear and ask questions about the decisions, purchasing, roll out, management, and instructional uses of eBooks and eReaders. Breakout Session 3 will be divided into rooms by library--elementary, middle or high.

Join us!

Click to complete the online conference registration form. Please share widely with your colleagues!

Why should I learn about digital reading?

The Future of the Book.
How we access, use, create, and share information evolves rapidly. In this video, Global Design Firm IDEO, gives a glimpse of the near future and how we might access & share information in a digital world. Will you be ready?

Hawaii Association of School Librarians