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2018 Librarian to Librarian Networking Summit Registration

Please complete this form to register for the 13th Annual Librarian to Librarian Networking Summit. After completing the online registration form, you will need to pay the $30 dollar registration fee online by credit/debit card. If you would like to pay by check, please complete the PDF version of this form instead and mail it in with your check. Registration is limited to the first 125 paid registrants; no refunds will be given once payment has been submitted. (Additional interested participants will be placed on a waiting list.)

If you need assistance completing the registration form, please contact Holly Harris at (252) 328-4040 or the Teaching Resources Center service desk at (252) 328-6076.

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Registration cost: $30.00. Registration fee includes lunch from McAlister's Deli. Registration is limited to the first 125 paid participants. (Additional interested participants will be placed on a waiting list.) No refunds will be made.

Lunch Choices:

The Summit meal will be a boxed lunch from McAlister's Deli. Sandwich boxed lunches include chips, beverage and a cookie. Salad boxed lunches include a beverage and a cookie. Please indicate your lunch choice below.













Special Requirements: Please notify us if you have special needs.

Sessions

Please rank the following topics for EACH session in order of your preference (1 being your first choice). For example, if your first choice for session one is 'Collaboration & Breakout EDU', then place a 1 in the space before the session title. Session descriptions can be found at: http://www.ecu.edu/cs-lib/trc/networkingsummit/Session-Descriptions-2018.cfm.

Session One

Please rank the following classes in order of your preference for each session (1-8: 1 being your first choice; 8 being your last).

A. Radiant Pages: The Ins & Outs of Book Selection Committee Work — Abby Moore (Interest Level: Middle, High)

B. That's Mine!: How to Cite, Modify, and Create OERs using Creative Commons — Heather Seibert and Delores Reeves (Interest Level: Elementary, Middle, High)

C. Read, Write, Love Poetry: Get Ready for National Poetry Month — Vicky Mahoney (Interest Level: Elementary)

D. Digital Citizenship and the DLCs — Kathy Parker (Interest Level: Elementary, Middle, High)

E. Opportunities in Computer Science — Nancy Stevens (Interest Level: Elementary, Middle, High)

F. Building an Inclusive Library Program for LGBTQ+ Students — Emily Yates (Interest Level: Middle, High)

G. Staying Safe Online — Amanda Hartman McLellan (Interest Level: Elementary, Middle, High)

H. Plan a Breakout EDU for You — Sara Levin (Interest Level: Elementary, Middle, High)

Session Two

Please rank the following classes in order of your preference for each session (1-9: 1 being your first choice; 9 being your least).

A. Supporting Social and Emotional Learning from the Library — Jen Baker (Interest Level: Elementary, Middle, High)

B. Global Connection Projects &mdash Julie Sloup (Interest Level: Elementary)

C. Collection Development Plans: Create a Plan to Help Advocate for Funding in the Age of Budget Cuts &mdash Sedley Abercrombie (Interest Level: Elementary, Middle, High)

D. Using Google Tools to Create Digital Breakouts — Kristy Sartain (Interest Level: Elementary, Middle, High)

E. Celebrating Diverse Books! — Christy Howard (Interest Level: Elementary, Middle, High)

F. How to Evaluate News and Resources — Beth Strecker, Kaye Dotson, & Lou Sua (Interest Level: Middle, High)

G. Fostering Digital Citizenship — Colleen Pinyan & Sarah Chrisman (Interest Level: Elementary)

H. Makerspace Resource Center — Lisa Rose (Interest Level: Elementary)

I. Storybook Theatre Techniques: Stories to the Stage From Around the World — Patch Clark and Storybook Theatre (Interest Level: Elementary, Middle)

Session Three

Please rank the following classes in order of your preference for each session (1-8: 1 being your first choice; 8 being your last).

A. Stop-Motion Incorporated Throughout the High School Curriculum — Laura Mangum (Interest Level: Middle, High)

B. #BookSnaps for Interactive Reader Responses — Joanna Gerakios (Interest Level: Elementary, Middle, High)

C. Getting Your Grant Application Started — Sara Levin (Interest Level: Elementary, Middle, High)

D. Unpacking the New AASL National Library Standards — Ellen McNair (Interest Level: Elementary, Middle, High)

E. How Writers Create Stories for Young Readers — John Claude Bemis (Interest Level: Elementary, Middle)

F. Integrating STEM into Your Media Center — Judy Walker (Interest Level: Elementary)

G. Creating an Education Innovation Network — Danianne Mizzy (Interest Level: Elementary, Middle, High)

H. Design Thinking the Learning Commons — Robin Jordan (Interest Level: Elementary, Middle, High)