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Learning Through Books, Media and Technology

Table of Contents

Article 1 by Kathie Maier
Article 2 by Kathie Maier
Article 3 by Kathie Maier
Article 4 by Kathie Maier
Article 5 by Kathie Maier
Article 6 by Kathie Maier
Article 7 by Kathie Maier
Article 8 by Kathie Maier

Article 1

by Kathie Maier

Article 2

These presidents held office since the time of the association’s modern incorporation in 1977. That is when the California Association of School Librarians (CASL) and the California Association for Educational Media and Technology (CAEMAT) consolidated, drafted new by-laws and incorporated as the California Media and Library Educators Association (CMLEA). In 1994, the Executive Board voted to change the name to the California School Library Association (CSLA) effective on August 25, 1995. The association continues to operate under the by-laws of incorporation of 1977. The presidents’ work titles below indicate the positions they had during their terms of office.

by Kathie Maier

Article 3

These presidents held office since the time of the association’s modern incorporation in 1977. That is when the California Association of School Librarians (CASL) and the California Association for Educational Media and Technology (CAEMAT) consolidated, drafted new by-laws and incorporated as the California Media and Library Educators Association (CMLEA). In 1994, the Executive Board voted to change the name to the California School Library Association (CSLA) effective on August 25, 1995. The association continues to operate under the by-laws of incorporation of 1977. The presidents’ work titles below indicate the positions they had during their terms of office.

Article 4

These presidents held office since the time of the association’s modern incorporation in 1977. That is when the California Association of School Librarians (CASL) and the California Association for Educational Media and Technology (CAEMAT) consolidated, drafted new by-laws and incorporated as the California Media and Library Educators Association (CMLEA). In 1994, the Executive Board voted to change the name to the California School Library Association (CSLA) effective on August 25, 1995. The association continues to operate under the by-laws of incorporation of 1977. The presidents’ work titles below indicate the positions they had during their terms of office.

Article 5

These presidents held office since the time of the association’s modern incorporation in 1977. That is when the California Association of School Librarians (CASL) and the California Association for Educational Media and Technology (CAEMAT) consolidated, drafted new by-laws and incorporated as the California Media and Library Educators Association (CMLEA). In 1994, the Executive Board voted to change the name to the California School Library Association (CSLA) effective on August 25, 1995. The association continues to operate under the by-laws of incorporation of 1977. The presidents’ work titles below indicate the positions they had during their terms of office.

Article 6

These presidents held office since the time of the association’s modern incorporation in 1977. That is when the California Association of School Librarians (CASL) and the California Association for Educational Media and Technology (CAEMAT) consolidated, drafted new by-laws and incorporated as the California Media and Library Educators Association (CMLEA). In 1994, the Executive Board voted to change the name to the California School Library Association (CSLA) effective on August 25, 1995. The association continues to operate under the by-laws of incorporation of 1977. The presidents’ work titles below indicate the positions they had during their terms of office.

Article 7

These presidents held office since the time of the association’s modern incorporation in 1977. That is when the California Association of School Librarians (CASL) and the California Association for Educational Media and Technology (CAEMAT) consolidated, drafted new by-laws and incorporated as the California Media and Library Educators Association (CMLEA). In 1994, the Executive Board voted to change the name to the California School Library Association (CSLA) effective on August 25, 1995. The association continues to operate under the by-laws of incorporation of 1977. The presidents’ work titles below indicate the positions they had during their terms of office.

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