School and public libraries are closed as students, teachers, and everyone are staying home helping to flatten the curve and avoid creating the post-apocolyptic world we’ve all read about in popular YA-fiction. So what should we do while we’re stuck at home? Read a book! I’ll sit down with Amy Stefanski (@Amy_Stefanski), a school librarian in the Dunlap Community School District in Peoria, IL and host of the D323 podcast. We’ll talk about what she’s reading, and what you might want to read. How to help your students find books to read, and how to get access to them. Worried that reading to your students over video isn’t copyright friendly? Don’t worry, we’ve got that covered too!
Part 1: Get to know Amy, and how she’s supporting her staff and students as a district librarian, and talk with an audience member about finding online books for classroom use and copyright.
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