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Karen A. Darby
Library Assistant 
Health Sciences Library
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Telephone: 709-777-7609
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From: Karen Hildebrandt <[log in to unmask]>
Date: 2010/1/25
Subject: FW: To all School Libraries staff, library assistants and
library technicians - CASLnetwork
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Please forward to your lists. It is for anyone working in a school
library.

Thanks,
Karen

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To all Teacher-Librarians, teachers, library technicians and library
assistants  supporting learners in school libraries.

NEW!! You are invited to join a new Web 2.0 network developed by the
Canadian Association for School Libraries.

CASLnetwork,  is a social network created by the Canadian Association
for School Libraries, a division of  the Canadian Library Association.

Connect, share and learn from other colleagues across the country!!!

The network was created using Ning, a social platform that allows people
to create Ning Networks, and enables network creators to imbed videos,
photos, chat, music, groups, events and blogs. Other features include
latest activity feature, member profile pages, friends, messaging, email
notifications, uploading from a mobile phone and connect to Twitter,
RSS support, and third-party applications submitted by a member or
Network Creator.

CASL launched this network so that teacher-librarians and school library
staff (library technicians and assistants) across Canada can meet,
discuss issues, ask questions, form groups (by province, territory or
themes), post special events, form discussion forums, engage in
professional chat and blogs. The purpose of this Web 2.0 social network
is to strengthen the school library community across Canada, provide
access to and support for professional development, collaboration,
sharing of knowledge, information and innovative technologies.

To access go the this URL on the WWW: http://caslnetwork.ning.com/ <
https://secure.cbe.ab.ca/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=http://caslnetwork.ni
ng.com/> .  You can join one or many groups that are forming in this
network.  To join, you need to enter your email address and create a
login password.

You can email other members directly within the network.  If you have
further questions, contact: [log in to unmask] Richard Beaudry.

Compiled by Dianne Leong-Fortier and submitted on behalf of the
Canadian Association for School Libraries, a division of the Canadian
Library Association, Impact magazine.

Sincerely,

Dianne Leong-Fortier

Councillor, Canadian Association for School Libraries, a division of
Canadian Library Association


Dianne J. Leong - Fortier
Teacher-Librarian, and ESL Learning Leader
William Aberhart High School, CALGARY BOARD OF EDUCATION
Office: (403) 289-2551, ext. 412; Email: [log in to unmask] <mailto:
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Education is not just about acquiring knowledge, but about learning how
to do significant things with what you know. (David Perkins, Educational
Leadership, September 2004)



-- 
Stephen Karr, B.A., Dip. Lib. Tech.  
Co-convenor, Website Manager
BCLA Library Technicians & Assistants Interest Group
http://www.bcla.bc.ca/ltaig