May 22, 2015
This time of year we all have birds on the brain. After a cold, quiet winter, we’re treated to a bounty of birdsong in the spring! But what exactly are those birds saying to each other? Are they discussing baseball? Probably not. Their voices sound like songs to us, but they’re actually conveying important information.
Friday, June 26, 2015, 5:30 pm
Moscone Center, Howard Street, San Francisco, CA, United States
Come visit Nomad Press at ALA and check out our new titles, enter to win 10 free books and take advantage of our show specials, author signings and more.
Show runs June 26 through June 29, 2015.
“The ALA Annual Conference is a must for the library professional who wants to stay ahead of the curve.” — Jude Schanzer, East Meadow Public Library
May 19, 2015
Why do we celebrate Memorial Day? Hint: the holiday has nothing to do with store sales or open-toed shoes! Most of us have lost the meaning behind holidays such as Memorial Day and Veteran’s Day. Celebrating Memorial Day with primary sources is a great way to find our way back.
May 12, 2015
For the past couple of decades, there’s been a lot of talk about integrating technology in classrooms across the country. Pretty much everyone agrees that computers and the Internet are here to stay, but how to do teachers and students get the most out of them both in the classroom and at home? How do we use technology as a useful tool instead of a distraction?
How do we teach with technology?