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Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Mark your calendars for DPI webinars!




Mark your January 2013 calendar for three free webinars from DPI

Summer Library Programming with BadgerLink
3:00-4:00pm Tuesday, January 8
th, 2013
Hosts: Kara Ripley, DPI BadgerLink Training Librarian; Carin Bringelson, TeachingBooks.net; Tessa Michaelson Schmidt, DPI Public Library Consultant

Go “underground” with BadgerLink and TeachingBooks and get ideas for the 2013 Summer Library Program including science experiments, activities, and other novel resources.

3:00-4:00pm Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013
Hosts: Barb Novak, DPI Reading Specialist; Nancy Anderson, DPI School Library Consultant;
Tessa Michaelson Schmidt, DPI Public Library Consultant

Extending from Common Core in School and Public Libraries Part 1 (view archive), Barb Novak will offer further insights on the Speaking, Listening, and Language components of Common Core .  In addition, Novak will explore Standard Level 5: Make strategic use of digital media and visual displays of data to express information and enhance understanding of presentations and how it relates to library programs and services.

3:00-4:00pm Wednesday, January 30th, 2013
Hosts: Barb Novak, DPI Reading Specialist; Nancy Anderson, DPI School Library Consultant;
Tessa Michaelson Schmidt, DPI Public Library Consultant

In this final webinar in the Common Core in School and Public Libraries series, Barb Novak will review the definition and application of text complexity.   Novak will present a three-part model for text complexity and offer analysis of literature and informational text samples.

No need to register—just click the link on the scheduled meeting day and time.   Sign in with your first name/library name.  Webinars will be recorded and archived for later viewing. 

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