Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Join Us Tomorrow On August 5 For The Future Ready Librarians® Summer Summit With A Very Special Program & Lineup!


We hope you can join us for the Future Ready Librarians® Summer Summit tomorrow on August 5 from 12:00pm to 3:00pm EST.  There is still room and we would love to fill our virtual space with even more amazing Future Ready Librarians! 


The Future Ready Librarians® summit is a FREE, live, virtual, interactive, high-quality professional learning experience for librarians interested in learning, growing, and expanding their professional practice through collaboration and networking with like-minded colleagues from across the country. Recognizing the profound shifts in learning and teaching occurring in real time, this interactive online event will help librarians ground their practice in the research-based Future Ready Librarians Framework® and define new ways in which they can lead, teach, and support learning in their schools.


Leveraging the active Future Ready Librarians® community, the live summit is designed around authentic problems of practice identified by librarians. The 2021 Summer Summits will focus on listening to student voices and meeting students where they are -- examining what it means to be learner-centered as schools seek to return to something resembling ‘normal.


We will explore how to reimagine Future Ready Library programs and practice with the following topics:


  • Student needs and hopes as they return to school
  • Challenges of variability and equity among learners
  • Examining the connections between emotional and academic learning
We have an awesome line up of keynotes and ignite sessions including Britten Follett, Tom Murphy, Bill Bass, Kristina Holzweiss and Deborah Zeman, and our very special student guests, Olivia and Charlotte Van Ledtje, who will be presenting Kids Can Teach Us: Digital Creators Share Their Voice, Choices and Stories.


This is a LIVE event and sessions will not be recorded. 


Register today for this free event here.  We hope to see you there, friends. 

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