Course DescriptionOregon Association of School Libraries hosts an annual conference that serves as an excellent professional development and networking opportunity. There are featured speakers, concurrent sessions, and exhibits times – all focused on helping school library staff stay current with the profession.
Participants are expected to attend a minimum of 8 hours of sessions and keynotes. This may include any combination of the following: Friday preconference block, Friday book talk sessions, Friday author talk, Saturday author panel, Saturday concurrent sessions, Saturday keynote, and Saturday author talk. Engage in discussion and take notes so you are prepared to report about your experiences and learning.
After attending the OASL conference, participants will be able to do the following:
- Describe one or more current trends or issues in the school library profession
- Apply new learning to improve your school library program