March 2008 Media Matters Newsletter

The March Media Matters newsletter has been posted to the website. In this month’s issue you will find information on:

  • Teen Tech Week
  • Read Across America
  • Our own Carmen Deedy
  • How to find the Library Media page
  • Changes in NoveList
  • The awesome GLMA Blog
  • Internet Safety and North Gwinnett High School
  • ProQuest trial databases
  • Cheryl Youst of Colquitt County and Knowledge Quest
  • Step up to the plate
  • Tony Pope is a poet
  • Reading Rainbow Contest (deadline March 3)
  • Scholastic Scavenger Hunt (deadline March 15)
  • Outstanding webpages from around the state
  • The GaDOT
  • Library Legislative Day
  • CSAC pictures
  • Georgia’s Blue Book
  • The International Community School
  • Look what Rebecca found!
  • Next year…you at the Middle School Conference
  • The TIE Network
  • Capitol Tech
  • Matt Wilson Elementary
  • March calendar

http://www.glc.k12.ga.us/pandp/media/files/March-2008-Media-Matters-Newsletter.pdf

The Georgia Children’s Book Award Conference was held on Friday, February 29th and Saturday, March 1st in Athens.  Authors Mo Willems, David Wiesner, Cynthia Kadohata, Ian Ogilvy, and Brian Pinkney were there and each gave wonderful presentations during the general sessions.   The sessions presented by media specialists, classroom teachers, university professors, Math coaches, and literature specialists were outstanding and there was something for everyone.  So, you are a high school media specialist?  There were sessions aimed at your students and information you could use with your teachers.  Plan on attending next year’s 40th Annual Conference on Children’s Literature.

Are you a Middle School Media Specialist?  Please consider presenting at next year’s Middle School Conference in Savannah.  The deadline for applying is October 1, 2008. 

The website for contact information is:  http://www.gmsa.net/VIP/static.php/40/ 

From Margie Brown at Georgia Tech:

Foundations for the Future (F3) presents the March issue of Outta Site! This award-winning newsletter is designed to help families explore the Internet together, safely, and effectively. It is distributed monthly during the school year by The Friends School of Atlanta, F3 (Georgia Tech Research Institute), and the Family Technology Resource Centers (DeKalb County Schools).To download a free copy of the March Outta Site! please visit our website at: http://www.f3program.org/outtasite/outtasite.html We hope you enjoy this issue and please send us your comments. We’re always looking for improvements.

Judy Serritella
Georgia Department of Education
jserrite@doe.k12.ga.us

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