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Ummmm….Yes.

Folks, If you are not tooting your own horn, who’s gonna do it for you???

screen2bshot2b2018-03-142bat2b07-19-35 Promote, Promote, Promote. 

via Libraries, Schools, Social Media and lots more…: Self-promotion for school librarians: Do we need to write about it?

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Did you ever wish you could put a time limit on that Check for Understanding?

If you use Google Forms in your classroom and you wish you could put a time limit on your form, Richard Byrne has the answer. Read this article on his blog to learn how to put a time limit on a Google Form.

http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2016/01/how-to-set-time-limit-on-google-forms.html#.Vq-GOrIrIdW

Need some help organizing your classes?

While I am a fan of Google Calendar for my classes, a fellow blogger turned me on to this handy tool as a way to make lesson planning easier.

planboard

If you are

not using Edmodo or Schoolnet for your lesson plans, this may be a viable alternative:

Planboard allows you to color code and arrange your classes in an easy to view and manage format that I find appealing. You can share classes, lessons, and attachments with students and there’s even an iPad app!

 

https://www.planboardapp.com/features

Remember when…?

DPS LibrariansRemember how nice it was to get to sit down with your colleagues and spend time sharing resources, best practices, and problem-solving solutions?

Well, we can still do it as often as we like thanks to those awesome interwebs!

We have created a Professional community for DPS librarians on Google+ where we can all share resources, ask questions, and share advocacy ideas.

“WOW! That’s awesome, Sudi! How do I sign up,” you say? Well, it’s easy!

1. Sign in to your DPS Google account at googlemail.dpsk12.net.

2. Click on this link.

Looking forward to seeing you there!