Thursday, February 14, 2019

Becoming A Future Ready Librarian....Join Us For The Free FRS Workshop On April 13, 2019!

What does it mean to be a Future Ready Librarian®?  How will being a Future Ready Librarian
affect my library, school, teachers and especially my students? What can I do to become a
Future Ready Librarian today? These questions are central to the Future Ready Librarians initiative.

On April 13, 2019, I will be in Columbus, Ohio for the Future Ready School Workshop, Becoming A Future Ready Librarian, and we will answer these questions and more! 

During the workshop, we will explore the critical role that librarians can play in the strategic
work of schools and educational systems connected with educational technology leadership,
empowering students as creators and learners, content curation, innovative instructional practices,
and more.  We will share stories and inspire us to embrace the change we can bring through our
roles as librarians.

We will challenge participants to unleash the Future Ready Librarian and to look their own
practice and digging into literacy and the actions of the Future Ready Librarian (FRL) framework.
Here are the details of the event....

Saturday, April 13, 2019

Educational Service Center of Central Ohio
2080 Citygate Drive
Columbus, OH 43219

Registration is FREE but space is limited.  Register at:

I hope you can join us to strengthen your library leadership skills, deepen your knowledge and develop an action plan as you begin to shape your professional future, as well as the future of those you serve in the library.

For questions about the workshop, contact Lia Dossin,

Hosted by: Future Ready Schools, OELMA and the Ohio Department of Education

The Future Ready Librarians strand is generously support by Follett.

About Future Ready Schools:
Future Ready Schools® is a project of the Alliance for Excellent Education (All4Ed),
a Washington, DC–based national policy, practice, and advocacy organization dedicated
to ensuring that all students, particularly those underperforming and those traditionally
underserved, graduate from high school ready for success in college, work, and citizenship.

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