Sunday, September 7, 2008

FREE workshop for teachers & librarians on using audiobooks in the classroom.

Looking for ways to include audiobooks in your classroom?
Want to start off the school year with some great how-to tips on
leading kids to literature through listening?
Sign up for this great FREE online workshop today!
I'll be one of the presenters, and am looking forward to meeting you online!


image - Boy and girl at desk with headphones on, listening..

Learn how three educators use audio support to capture students’ attention and keep them engaged at our free webinar on teen literacy, Be Quiet! I’m Listening, presented by School Library Journal and Recorded Books on Tuesday, September 23, 2008, at 2:00 PM EDT. Presenters include Mary Burkey, Olentangy Liberty Middle School teacher-librarian and Book Links columnist; Shonda Brisco, Oklahoma State University Curriculum Materials Library; and Hillary Wolfe, intervention coordinator, Camino Nuevo Academy.

To register for this free web event, click here.

Can’t make it on September 23? No problem.
Registrants retain access to the event on-demand for—12 months!

2 comments:

Jeanette Larson said...

This sounds like a great program. I'm offering my library school students the opportunity to get extra credit for taking it!

Jeanette Larson said...

While you are thinking about learning more about using audiobooks in libraries, let me do a moment of self-promotion. I teach a 4 hour course that is an introduction to everything audiobooks. It's perfect for new staff or someone who is unsure about why libraries include audiobooks in the collection. Visit www.amigos.org and look in the catalog for Listen Up! AMIGOS offers discounts for collaborative organizations and this is a live workshop on your computer. Thanks for bearing with this commercial message.