Presented by Gretchen Zaitzeff, District Library Media Specialist, Canyons School District (UT); and Noel Zickefoose, Account Manager, OverDrive, Inc.
In Weber School District (UT), educational technology isn’t a one-time event but a tool to help students reach their learning goals. That means they choose the product and plan the implementation carefully.
Presented by Tom Finn, CEO, AVID Products; and Maggie McGuire, Former Educator and CEO, Pinna
Presented by Amy Hall, School Librarian, Weber School District (UT); and Nick Harris, Digital Teaching and Learning Director, Weber School District (UT)
Moderated by Noel Zickefoose, Account Manager, OverDrive Education
Presented by Samantha Reichard, Lead Real Time Teacher Coach, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, NC
In this edWebinar, Michelle Luhtala will share resources and tools to help participants integrate audio content into their instructional programs.
In this edWebinar, Terrie Noland, National Director, Educator Engagement, Learning Ally, debunks popular myths of audiobooks related to academic success.
In this edWebinar, Mary Ann Scheuer, Teacher Librarian at Berkeley USD, CA, will present research findings from a 2016 study looking at the effect of adding a listening component to literacy instruction—in school and at home.
Audiobooks cannot replace explicit reading instruction, because a balance of support and accommodations is needed for struggling readers. In this webinar, Learning Ally’s Terrie Noland, National Director of Educator Engagement, will discuss the when, where, how, and why of effectively incorporating audiobooks as an assistive technology tool for students with dyslexia.
oin us for a look at the incredible opportunity eBooks and audiobooks offer librarians to evolve their role and become even more valuable members of the school community.