[Libs-Or] Summer institute/Building influence for school libraries
marymc at teleport.com
Wed Jun 16 22:16:35 PDT 2004
Are you concerned about the state of school libraries and librarians in Oregon?
Building influence within the school culture is a
key feature of successful and thriving school
libraries and this topic is the focus of OEMA's
Gary Hartzell's presentation should be of value
to librarians who work outside the K-12
environment, but who are advocates for well
staffed and well stocked school libraries.
Building Influence...Influence Building July 12-13th in Newport.
The $125. early registration fee includes star
presenter Gary Hartzell, a panel of top Oregon
administrators, three great meals, an ocean view,
and much more.
After June 30th the summer conference fee will be
$150.00, so send your registration in now.
For lodging and other summer program information
visit <www.oema.net> A registration form can be
found there as well.
Who is Gary Hartzell?
*Author of "Building Influence for the School
Librarian: Tenets, Targets, and Tactics" (2nd
*Former high school teacher and principal
*Professor of Educational Administration and
Supervision at the University of Nebraska at Omaha
* Author of "Building Influence," a monthly column in School Library Journal.
* Featured Speaker at the White House Conference
on School Libraries in June 2002
* Member of the Advisory Board for the Laura Bush
Foundation for America's Libraries
* Popular and dynamic presenter at state and
national conferences i.e. ALA, AASL, and AECT
* Author of "Why Should Principals Support School
Libraries?" ERIC Digest November, 2002
Program Building InfluenceInfluence Building
* 6 in-depth workshop hours with Gary Hartzell
* Panel presentation by Oregon principals and
other administrators who are major supporters of
* Steve Wisely, retired Medford Schools
Superintendent, OEMA Administrator of the Year,
and featured speaker at the White House
Conference on School Libraries in June 2002 will
moderate the panel
*"Tactics and Targets" group process with OEMA leaders
* The OEMA "all-stars" will recreate their
traveling "road show" on quality library media
programs as presented to administrators in Oregon
education programs (most recently to
administrators-in-training at George Fox). Star
presenters include Kelly Kuntz, Melanie Lucas,
Martha Decherd, Kathy Chan, and Karen Wedeking
Library Media Teacher, Roseburg High School
District Library Coordinator, Roseburg Public Schools
400 West Harvard Avenue
Roseburg, OR 97470
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