Welcome to the AASL eLearning Commons!
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At AASL, drop by the eLearning Commons lounge where we will be
hosting "tech how-to" learning sessions and meetups throughout the conference!

Please join us outside the exhibit hall
--Awesome presentations every half hour!

Check out the schedule below for times/presenters!!
Time

Subject
Description
Presenter
Thursday




3:00-4:00

Opening activity/ "Appy" hour
Appy Hour ! Opening the conference sharing the best apps for librarians!
Participants
Friday




8:05-8:35 a.m.
Comic Life and iPads
Using Comic Life with students to "show what they know"; Using Comic Life with your faculty.
Karen Kliegman
8:40-9:10 a.m.
Symbaloo
Using Symbaloo to curate, collect sources
Shannon Miller
10:15-10:45 a.m.
TED-inspired Adventures
New ideas worth sharing and a platform for collaboration at the elementary level (and beyond). Big ideas in the hands of our biggest dreamers: our students.
Matthew Winner and Sherry Gick
10:55-11:25 a.m.
Powtoon
Using Powtoon.com to create animations for digital storytelling
Katie Davis
10:55-11:25 a.m.

Curation and Scoopit
Digital Curation and Sweet Scoopage
Gwyneth Jones
The Daring Librarian
1:00-1:30 p.m. (session)
Aurasma app
Using Aurasma to create augmented reality for interactive projects
Michelle Cooper, Nikki D. Robertson
1:00-1:30 p.m. (meetup)
Ebook Meetup
Meet up with fellow librarians concerned about ebooks
Christopher Harris
3:15-3:45 p.m.
Flipped PD
Flipping your PD for teachers
Dawn Nelson
3:50-4:20 p.m.
TL News Night
Be part of a livestreamed broadcast for TL Virtual Cafe News Night!
Michelle Cooper, Nikki
D. Robertson
Saturday




8:05-8:35 a.m.
Your website and Common Core and AASL Essential Links
Using your library homepage as part of your school's CC journey; learn AASL essential links!
Ken Stewart, Vickie Builta
8:40-9:10 a.m.
Digital Ethics
Teaching digital ethics
Francey Harris
10:15-10:45 a.m.
Using Twitter
How to use Twitter for your own professional learning
Shawna Ford, Cathy Potter
10:55-11:25 a.m.
Personalizing instruction with Google Apps
Use Google Apps for Education to meet individual students' learning needs, and develop responsive library programming to support all learners.
Michelle Luhtala

1:00-1:30 p.m. (session)
Mentor Mob and Popcorn Maker
Learn to create a learning playlist with Mentor Mob
Joyce Valenza
1:00-1:30 p.m. (meetup)
Pinterest "Meetup"
Makerspace "Meetup"
Share the best of Pinterest for libraries/meet other Pinterest users
Find out more about Makerspaces and talk with librarians who have created them!
Carolyn Foote
1:40-2:10

Closing Tool Smackdown!
Come share the best of tools in this quick paced session!
Everyone!





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Name

Twitter handle

Email

Topic for session

Date available

Shannon Miller
@shannonmmiller
shannon.miller@vmbulldogs.com
Using Symbaloo to organize, curate, and connect resources to students, teachers, parents and school community.

Shannon Miller
@shannonmmiller
shannon.miller@vmbulldogs.com
Using MackinVIA to organize the schools eBooks, eResources and other digital resources.

Shawna
Ford
Cathy Potter
@curtislibrary1
@cppotter
sford@weatherfordisd.com
cpotter@falmouthschools.org
Using Twitter for professional learning
not Friday morning
Michelle Cooper
Nikki D Robertson
@_michellecooper
@NikkiDRobertson
mcooper@hendersonisd.org
robertson.nikki@gmail.com
Using Aurasma to create augmented reality for interactive student, teacher and community projects

Nikki D Robertson
Michelle Cooper
@NikkiDRobertson
@_michellecooper
mcooper@hendersonisd.org
robertson.nikki@gmail.com
BlendSpace (formerly EdCanvas)

Joyce Valenza
@joycevalenza
joycevalenza@gmail.com
Using MentorMob to create learning playlists and/or using Mozilla Popcorn Maker to annotate/evaluate/enhance video.
will not arrive till late Friday
Katie Davis
@KatieDavisBurps
katiedavis@katiedavis.com
Using Powtoon.com to create DIY animations for digital storytelling.

Gwyneth Jones
@gwynethjones
gwynethanne@gmail.com
Digital Curation & Sweet Scoopage
1:00 - 2:15
Karen Kliegman
@kkliegman
kkliegman@gmail.com
Using Comic Life and iPads with students to "show what they know" as well as many suggested uses for your library.

Christopher Harris
@infomancy
infomancy@gmail.com
Digital Board Games: why board game design still matters in a digital environment and how to use them

Christopher Harris
@infomancy
infomancy@gmail.com
Ebook meetup

Frances Harris
@franceyharris
francey@illinois.edu
Teaching digital ethics

Dawn Nelson
@dawnrnelson
nelsond@district279.org
Flipped PD
Not Saturday morning
Ken Stewart
@KenWStewart
kstewart@bluevalleyk12.org
Using your library homepage to keep you in the middle of your school's Common Core journey

Carol Tilley
@aasl
carol.l.tilley@gmail.com
Resources created by the AASL Common Core Implementation Task Force

Vicki Builta
@aasl
vbuilta@gmail.com
AASL's Essential Links

Matthew C. Winner
@MatthewWinner
mwinne2@gmail.com
Gaming - why's, how's, and what for's

Matthew C. Winner and Sherry Gick
@MatthewWinner @LibraryFanatic
mwinne2@gmail.com
TED talk-inspired elem collaborative research projects

Michelle Luhtala
@Mluhtala
mluhtala@mac.com
Personalizing instruction with Google Apps
Friday after 3PM
Michelle Cooper


Live Broadcast of TL News Night