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Using SMART Tools to Touch the Future
Michelle Harris, District Librarian; Heyworth School District #4
Amy Oberts, Library Media Specialist; Bloomington Public Schools, District 87
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Interactive whiteboards are revolutionizing learning experiences, but are librarians and media specialists embracing their potential in the library setting? Join us as we demonstrate a variety of SMART tips and tricks to create engaging activities for 21st century learners. Websites compatible with all types of interactive whiteboards will be highlighted, and example projects
specifically geared toward libraries
using SMART Notebook software will be featured.
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Wiki Presentation History:
October 31, 2009: Illinois School Library Media Association Fall Conference; "Futures Begin by Embracing Change"
April 19, 2010: University of Illinois Graduate School of Library and Information Science Workshop; "Interactive Libraries: Using SMART Tools to Touch the Future"
April 24, 2010: Central Illinois SMART User Conference; "Interactive Libraries: Reading 2.0"
March 6, 2011: University of Illinois Graduate School of Library and Information Science Workshop; "Interactive Libraries: Using SMART Tools to Touch the Future"
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