Are you thinking about attending the AASL national conference in Louisville, KY, November 14-16, 2019? Want to have a say in what sessions will be offered? Now is your chance! Crowdsourcing is now open for concurrent sessions for the AASL National Conference!
What does that mean? School library practitioners, that’s you TASL School Librarians, may select up to 10 program descriptions for each of the programming strands – Inquire, Include, Collaborate, Curate, Explore, and Engage.
The window is now open for voting through April 5, 2019 for concurrent session proposals for all 6 Strands:
According to AASL, the goals of crowdsourcing are to:
Help the national conference committee program co-chairs make final decisions on programming during the AASL National Conference
Encourage participation in and boost excitement for the upcoming AASL National Conference.
AASL encourages all school library practitioners to participate in this new opportunity, however, please do not ask for friends or family members that are not school library practitioners to participate.