Today’s Librarian: More Essential Than Ever
The 2012 Conference will be May 15 and May 16 at Church Landing in Meredith, NH. The theme for this year’s conference is “Today’s Librarian: More Essential Than Ever.”
The 2012 NHSLMA Conference Program is now available.
The 2012 NHSLMA_Conference At-A-Glance is now available. (Updated 5/5/12)
We are keeping the cost the same as the 2011 Conference: 2-Day: $175/$200 (Member/Non-Member), 1-Day: $90/$110 (Member/Non-Member).
Click here to register (Wednesday only).
Click here to register ONLINE. (Wednesday only)
*Please Note* Online registration is slightly higher in order to cover PayPal fees.
We welcome exhibitors and thank them for the support for school librarians and our conference. Vendor/exhibitor information.
We welcome back to New Hampshire, Kristin Fontichiaro who was so well-received at NHSLMA’s Literacy in the Sun this past summer.
Kristin is a clinical assistant professor at the University of Michigan School of Information, where she coordinates the school library media program. She is the author of several professional books and the editor of 21st-Century Learning in School Libraries (Libraries Unlimited, 2009). Named an Emerging Leader by the American Library Association, she blogs about school libraries at http://blog.schoollibrarymonthly.com and writes the “Nudging Toward Inquiry” column for School Library Monthly.
Susan Ballard, Wednesday May 16
We are proud to welcome our own Susan Ballard, AASL President-Elect and the former Director of Library, Media, and Technology, Londonderry, NH. Susan is also a SLYMPY recipient; Graduate, UNH and Simmons/GSLIS; past-president NHSLMA and NESLA; Served as AASL Secretary and on the Board of Directors; Chair, Standards and Guidelines Implementation (L4L); Affiliate Assembly delegate; participant on numerous other AASL committees; presently teaching online at Rutgers/SCLIS and supervising practicum students at Simmons; member of the editorial advisory board for Knowledge Quest, Teacher Librarian and H.W. Wilson Library Advisory Panel.
Francisco Stork, Tuesday May 15
Francisco Stork is the author of 5 novels: Irises, The Last Summer of the Death Warriors, Marcelo in the Real World, Behind the Eyes, and The Way of the Jaguar. Francisco Stork works in Boston as an attorney for a state agency that develops affordable housing.
David Elliott, Wednesday May 16
David Elliott is a children’s author. He has written 9 picture books and 7 chapter books including: On the Farm, Finn Throws a Fit, In the Wild, and The Transmogrification of Rosco Wizzle.