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Hi All,
Peggy, Judy, and I are working towards developing training for the coming year relating to 2.0 applications. Please share your ideas in this forum. We are already looking at California's School Library Learning 2.0 http://schoollibrarylearning2.blogspot.com/ and Helene Blowers Learning 2.0 http://plcmcl2-about.blogspot.com/

Please share your other ideas for PSLA here!

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I really like the California Learning 2.0 online "program," and I think other PSLA members would be receptive to an idea like this. PSLA members who are unable to attend the in-services would also have access to the information, which is a nice benefit of a web-based presentation. Do you have any idea when and/or how often these in-services would be offered?
I love the California School Library Learning 2.0 page. I have used it several times. Do we have to set up our own or can we use their page and set up our own group for Act 48 credit? How do we monitor it? If we can do this all web-based, do we need to set up in-services? Can we make a page on the PSLA page and use the California tutorials? I guess I am asking more questions than giving suggestions. I just remember thinking what a gold mine the California pages were when I was using them and wishing there was some way to offer them to the teachers in my school. Doing it through PSLA web page may be the answer.
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Hi, Joyce~

I see that this is mentioned on the CA SLL 2.0 site, but I'm loving LibraryThing! I just met today with some of our English teachers and our reading specialist and we created a LibraryThing group for our high school. We plan to have our students and teachers use the database to write reviews which can then be searched by title, tag, etc. It's a great social network for sharing and recommending good reads. We can also put a LibraryThing search widget on our blogs and wikis so students can quickly see what books their fellow classmates are reading.

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