Hill School of Information and Library Science (SILS) has just released
curriculum from Project READY, a free online development curriculum.
Project READY: Reimagining
Equity & Access for Diverse Youth
The site hosts a series of free, online
professional development modules for school and public youth services
librarians, library administrators, and others interested in improving their
knowledge about race and racism, racial equity, and culturally sustaining
pedagogy. The primary focus of the Project READY curriculum is on improving
relationships with, services to, and resources for youth of color and Native
Wondering where to go to learn more about library best practices?
Want to collaborate with other media specialists?
Do you have something to share?
Check out these opportunities!
Library Aide Basics (LAB): A free, online, self-paced training for elementary school library paraprofessionals. Find out more at suu.edu/libraryaidebasics.
ALA/AASL: The premier professional organizations in our field–resources range from webinars and conferences, to advocacy resources, and foundational documents to guide our practice. Keep an eye out of the AASL National Conference in Salt Lake in 2021!
UELMA Conference: The statewide organization for school librarians puts on an annual conference that’s not to be missed! An amazing chance to network with your peers from across the state, attend sessions, meet authors, and more! It will be on March 6, 2020 at Weber State University.
UPLIFT: The Utah State Library offers trainings, grants and workshops.
Southern Utah Media Specialists Conference (SUMS): Join us in sunny St. George October 23rd for the annual conference and network with rural librarians.
Register here-more information will be sent to those that register