Author Archives: nycslalibrarians
Tuesday, November 3rd is the #BeyondAccessForum! Register now: https://www.techlearningevents.com/beyondaccessforum2020/begin! Also, stop by our NYCSLA virtual booth to join NYCSLA Board Members for a Live Chat https://www.techlearningevents.com/BeyondAccessForum2020/nycsla! See you there!
NYCSLA had the pleasure of hosting School Librarian Extraordinaire KC Boyd (@Boss_Librarian) speak to us about her advocacy/activism journey. She gave us some tips and tricks to help school librarians spread the message we already know –school libraries and school … Continue reading
It’s that time again! For NYCSLA to begin celebrating the amazing #SchoolLibrarians of New York City! Our September Spotlight Librarian is Melissa Ahart @ms51library from the William Alexander Middle School Library in Brooklyn!
Learn about school library advocacy with @Boss_Librarian at NYCSLA’s next webinar for CTLE credits on Wednesday, October 14th at 4:00pm! Registration information will be sent to the membership!
Advocating for libraries and librarians in every school is the goal of NYCSLA! Want to get involved and help spread the word? Two board member positions will be up for election in November! Have your voice heard! Share your passion … Continue reading
Read how NYCSLA Librarians bring attention to the great work school librarians have done for their communities! https://www.uft.org/news/feature-stories/librarians-provide-path-digital-resources
Take a quick peek at some of the most amazing school librarians of NYC. Here are just a few of them and their accomplishments.
With deepest apologies to the June 2020 spotlight librarian Rachel Green it seems we forgot to honor Rachel on our website for her many accomplishments. Thank you for all you do for you students, your school, and for libraries.
With deepest apologies to the May 2020 spotlight librarian Ciro Scardina it seems we forgot to honor Ciro on our website for his many accomplishments. Thank you for all you do for you students, your school, and for libraries.