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Deadline Extended: Call for Program Proposals
04/04/2013

The deadline for conference program proposals has been extended to May 10th.  While the conference theme is “Connecting to the Common Core – Ohio’s Learning Standards”, there are many different topics that fit within the theme.  Consider presenting a session on research skills throughout the curriculum, new technologies, professional development or literacy in the library.  There are so many things we do to support staff and students, share your experiences and strengths!

 
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    The 2013 OELMA Conference has been planned around the theme “Connecting to the Common Core – Ohio’s New Learning Standards” that will include keynote presentations by Buffy Hamilton, the Unquiet Librarian, and Judi Moreillon, author of Collaborative Strategies for Teaching Reading Comprehension: Maximizing Your Impact, and two special Pre-conference sessions: 1) Action Research in the School Library with Dr. Meghan Harper, and 2) TBD.
  Be a part of “Connecting to the Common Core – Ohio’s New Learning Standards” and help us share, create and illustrate how libraries and school librarians are preparing for the shift to Ohio’s new Learning Standards.  This year, we are accepting proposals for 45-minute and 80-minute sessions. The 80-minute sessions are designed to be hands-on sessions, where participants will make and take examples of lesson plans, professional development plans or collection development policies.  Your participation in the 2013 OELMA conference is vital to our organization and profession.  Showcase and share your innovative programs and practices!

 
Submit your session proposal by clicking here! (http://www.formstack.com/forms/aom-oelma_cfp)
 
Check the OELMA Conference Page for frequently updated information!