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The purpose of the Librarians Network is to promote librarians as leaders and champions of educational technology and digital literacy. The key mission is to provide a professional learning community where librarians can leverage technology knowledge and expertise to improve school library programs, increase access to information, and foster strong teaching and learning environments in a connected world.

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    Hello Everyone: I work in Fulton County Schools in Atlanta, Georgia. I would like to know how you use WAKELET in your programs. I am particularly interested in how you might use Wakelet with students and with your teachers. ------------------------------ ...

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    As the eager anticipation of the ISTE19 Conference sets in, there are always less hours in the day than attendees need to get to all things that they'd like to see an do.  As Keynotes, concurrent sessions, posters, and playgrounds all compete for your ...

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    Coming to ISTE19 in Philly? Be sure and check out the events and resources from ISTELib! If you missed our Preview Webinar, it is linked in the slides too! ------------------------------ Nancy Jo Lambert Teacher ...

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    Hi everyone, I'm hosting a Mind Meetup at ISTE on Tuesday at 3:30p to discuss makerspaces in the library.  I have a successful makerspace in my library.  I'm looking to share ideas and learn from each other.  If your interested, you can sign up from ...


  • $10k Grant Opportunity: Infy Maker Awards

    Hi all! Passing on some info we received about a grant opportunity ISTE members might be interested in:

    2.5 Weeks Left to Apply for $10,000 for Maker Education!

    Infy Maker Awards, a competition hosted by Infosys Foundation USA  is open to K-12 schools and youth-serving organizations who aim to create more opportunities for students to engage in hands-on, interdisciplinary learning through making in the U.S. This includes makerspaces, libraries, museums, community centers, colleges and non-profit organizations. Online applications for the competition will close on Feb. 21, 2019. The contest rules are available here

    The online application process is easy and consists of a few short questions about your project, a 90 second video and one letter of support from an organization that your organization has previously worked with. The grant can be used for a variety of purposes including: materials and equipment, structural improvements, additional professional development, projects for students, impact and assessment research or community outreach and engagement. Apply online today! Read More