Library Jubilee 2010

Vendor Demo Sessions

Vendor Demo sessions will take place in the Lone Star room.

Session 2: 10:00-10:45 - Atomic Learning

Session Title: Becoming 21st Century-Ready: Strategies for Integrating 21st Century Skills

It is impossible to miss the link between 21st century skills and student success. Educators know these skills are important, but struggle to successfully integrate them into the existing curriculum. This session will discuss what 21st century skills are and examine strategies for addressing integration.

Session 3: 10:55-11:40 - World Book Online Resources

Session Title: The World Book Web Resources

Showing how the world Book Web sites will help your student achieve success not only with research but with curriculum support sites such as Dramatic Learning (for Readers Theater) Early World of Learning and Science Power.

Vendor Showcase Sessions

All Vendor Showcase Sessions will be located in the Houston Room.

9:00-9:20 - Lerner Publishing Group

Session Title: Lerner Digital

Improve Literacy Using WORDS ARE CATEGORICAL and Other Lerner Interactive Books

9:25-9:45 - Davidson Titles, Inc.

Session Title: Discover the Difference

Come and learn the features of our website, including collection analysis, awards lists, and much more!

10:00-10:20 - Sommer Associates

 Session Title: Bridging the Gap between Print and Digital

This session will demonstrate a new product line of media enhanced books that have audio-visual and added-value multimedia components that supplement 53 new titles from Weigl Publishing.  The program is easy to use and can be access on any computer from any location.  The books and multimedia components are correlated to national and state curriculum standards.  Information can be used by individuals, small groups, or classes.  These resources can help librarians provide a fun, educational reading experience!

10:55-11:20 - Follett Software Company

Session Title: Collaboration: Help Me Do It!

Your school is rapidly changing. Building successful collaboration between library media specialists, students and educators not only means having access to the right resources at the right time, but making sure that teachers, instructional specialists and students are able to use them anytime, anywhere. In this presentation, Follett Software will provide some field-tested pointers to help you create easier, more interactive collaboration among students, classrooms and the library.