Author Archives: Judi Repman

Job Opening, Rockingham, NC

Shared with Ms. Watkins’ permission–

Washington Street Elementary School is a PreK-5 school.  We are looking for a positive, energetic media specialist with a desire to build a love and excitement for reading in our K-5th grade students.  We are located in Rockingham, NC.  If you are interested in interviewing for this position please contact:

Angela Watkins, Principal
Washington Street Elementary School
566 East Washington Street
Rockingham, NC 28379

Make Sure Georgia School Libraries Count!

AASL’s longitudinal study of school library programs is well underway but as of last weekend only 20 libraries in Georgia had submitted their data. So let’s make sure Georgia school libraries are well represented by taking the time to complete the survey.

And please share ways you’ve used the data from previous years to advocate for your program!


Information Literacy in Savannah-Time for Proposals!

Here’s your chance to hear Joyce Valenza deliver our keynote address AND spend time in beautiful Savannah in September learning and sharing your ideas about information literacy!

Call for Proposals for the
9th Annual Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

September 21 – 22, 2012
Coastal Georgia Center
Savannah, Georgia

Proposal deadline: April 15, 2012

For complete conference details and access to the online submission form, please access the website at:

Join us in Savannah for this annual conference jointly hosted by
Georgia Southern University’s:

Zach S. Henderson Library
Department of Writing and Linguistics, College of Liberals Arts & Social Sciences
College of Education
And the Continuing Education Center

See you there!

Judi Repman

We can do it!

A Georgian from Duluth was the 15,369th signature on AASL President Carl Harvey’s White House petition to ensure that every child has access to an effective school library. Let’s see if another Georgian can’t be the 25,000th signature!

You can find instructions about how to sign the petition at the petition lessons wiki. The signing process requires two steps. You first create an account and then you receive a confirmatory e-mail. THEN you can log in and sign!

This link will take you directly to the petition.

Work your twitter/facebook networks and ask your spouse/significant other/parents/children over the age of 13 to sign.  Pull up the petition on a library computer before or after school and ask the first two adults who walk in to register and sign. We really can do this!!


LMC One Question Survey

Thanks in advance for your participation!

The January/February 2012 Library Media Connection One-Question Survey
is now open.  The question for the current survey is: Do you leave the
library to provide service to students and teachers?

The survey URL is:

Results from previous surveys may be found at: