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2008 Registration Now Open


Conference website: check here for registration and hotel information!


Online registration for Conference 2008 in Sacramento November 21-23 is now live! Pre-conference workshops will be on Thursday afternoon (November 20th), with concurrent sessions on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday morning. Joe McHugh, storyteller, writer and public radio producer will be the opening General Session speaker. Rosemary Wells will speak at the Author/Illustrator Brunch.


First Timers 

Welcome to the California School Library Association Conference Wiki.


Look! We're Microblogging the Conference on Twitter!

The CSLA 2008 Conference is on Twitter! What's Twitter? Twitter is a free social networking and microblogging service that lets us keep in touch using the web, a cell phone, or IM. Twitter helps us stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: "What are you doing?" So, want to know what we're doing? Follow the conference on Twitter @ https://twitter.com/cslaconference



Please add to this wiki any information you want to share about attending conference.  Add pages and ideas!  

 CSLA 2008 Conference Sacramento-Videogames and Virtual Worlds for Learning-Public View.pptx

Comments (8)

alexand278@... said

at 7:37 pm on Oct 7, 2008

I haven't been to conference in a number of years, and can't wait. I'm busy marking up my catalog and trying to network with all my old friends while there, in addition to learning lots and lots!

Terry Lai said

at 12:21 pm on Oct 11, 2008

I am glad that as an organization we are using 21st Century tools and communicating.

Anna Koval said

at 7:07 pm on Oct 21, 2008

i, too, think this wiki freaking rocks! i'm sure it sounds so unprofessional to say it like that, but that's how i talk, and that's what i think! way to go, connie, for getting this going! i can't wait to see everyone at the the conference! =)

Shelley Chappell said

at 9:02 pm on Oct 21, 2008

Haven't been to CSLA in a few years, and only able to go 1 day this year -- but looking forward to it! Hope to see folks from my CSUS Library Media credential program class...let's see - we finished up in 2003. I'm all for technology, but I love, love, love to talk children's literature, too.

Sally White said

at 9:10 am on Oct 26, 2008

I'm looking forward to attending workshops on Thursday and Friday sessions. Unfortunately, I won't be able to attend the whole conference due to some prior commitments. I'm can't wait to catch up with old friends and make new ones. I'm excited about learning more about Web 2.0 and hear what's new in children's and YA literature. See you in Sacramento.

Lynn Hazen said

at 7:28 pm on Nov 8, 2008

This will be my first time at CSLA. I'll be joining in as an author at the Author-Illustrator Brunch on Sunday.
I look forward to meeting you and talking about children's lit (and my latest YA novel, SHIFTY). This is my first time joining a wiki so let's see it if works! See you soon.

George Pilling said

at 10:09 pm on Nov 12, 2008

Don't forget to download and print the CALIB labels from www.calibk12.net. Paste them on a business card and hand them to other CALIBbers. There are prizes for the people with the most labels!

Marie Slim said

at 11:27 pm on Nov 22, 2008

I love this wiki too. So cool.

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