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Shelby Reynolds and Craig Seasholes

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on August 30, 2013 at 10:33:25 pm
 

Got Web?: Practical Skills for Webinar Presentation and Professional Development -- Shelby Reynolds and Craig Seasholes

 

Shelby Reynolds and Craig Seasholes will share their insight, tricks, tools, and 3 web-active hours of hands-on practice with using Elluminate (Blackboard), Adobe Connect and Google+ Hangouts to give Teacher-Librarians a fearless confidence in initiating and participating in online professional development and web based meetings.


Craig Seasholes is an enthusiastic connector, WLMA past president and a happily embedded teacher-librarian at Sanislo Elementary school in SW Seattle. Craig's increasingly appreciative of the power of web conferencing tools for connecting in a dispersed but increasingly interconnected world of ideas and information. Whether participating in active and informative chat on the sidelines or serving as panelist or moderator in meetings and professional development webinars, today's teacher-librarians have everything to gain in knowing how to use a variety of web conferencing tools. Networking with the Library2.013 Worldwide Virtual Conference since it's inception, during our  WLMA Conference this year Craig and Shelby Reynolds will serve as "guides on the side" to help moderate WLMA's participation in broadcasting WLMA sessions out from, and streaming sessions into - our conference in Yakima.

Shelby is the Manager for Instructional Technology and Library Services for the Northshore School District in Bothell, WA.  As the Manager for Instructional Technology and Library Services, Shelby is responsible for oversight of the technology professional development program and the planning and implementation of instructional presentation systems and computing resources. Shelby has served on several statewide committees, including a task force to implement Online Learning initiatives for the state of Washington. Shelby supervises the Library, Information, and Technology program for Northshore supporting Teacher-Librarians in their work to empower learners of all ages to be 21st century citizens.

 

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