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Visit one exhibitor and share what you learned. You can type that here, but consider doing a social media post and sharing that link here. Be sure to include the #AASL19 hashtag in your postings.

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I spoke with a representative from Heifer International to discuss ideas for helping students connect with those in need around the world.

At the exhibit hall, I met with a representative from Heifer International (, which is a global organization focused on on helping local communities in countries around the world find solutions to end poverty. The organization offers lots of free curriculum resources and even though I am still working on my school librarian degree, we discussed ideas and programs I could use in a future elementary media program. 

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I learned about Children's Plus books and what they can offer.

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Gale visit

Our county subscribes to Gale and I never really knew how to use some of the features. I sat down with someone from Gale who helped me on how to help my students search their database and books.
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E-Hallpass for student accountability and building security

Small unnamed martha-hickson About 1 year ago


I visit the NewseumED exhibitor booth after attending the concurrent session - Literacy: Information, Digital, News, Media... Same S#!@, Different Day! I was inspired by the resources and curriculum available. After visiting the exhibitor booth Newseum will be mailing materials and posters to my school.
Small unnamed jillian-ehlers About 1 year ago

Visited Infobase to discuss our current subscription.

Small unnamed debragottsleben About 1 year ago

Learned about You Can Do the Cube - ordered a set!

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Small unnamed nicole-erwin About 1 year ago

I visited with Girls Who Code! Bringing coding to girls for free!

I am excited to be partnering with Girls Who Code upon my return to Samuel Slater Middle School. We are a school in crisis and I am thrilled to be able to bring advanced technologies to the girls in my building. Hopefully, I will be able to encourage other schools both within my district as well as without to join in this fantastic opportunity!
Small a14e99d0ddc43332e9afb2a4663b87d1 jeninri About 1 year ago

Gale has a new database for educators that I can’t wait to see! Our rep is always wonderful and hooked me up with some free trials!

Small 347b20cd fc3d 4a09 9e7d ad22135a937d brandinhartsell About 1 year ago

Gumdrop Books had some good series ideas.

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Small img 3590 jennifer-altena About 1 year ago

New MakerSpace resource.

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I talked with a rep and learned about new titles for elementary school students.
Small ab370efe216ec85f0801816196d3e648 storygirl About 1 year ago