ALA Midwinter Review

Written by Jennifer Sharp Hi, TASL friends! I hope everyone is making it through the winter gray with your health and good spirits intact. I hope you find opportunities to “fill your bucket,” recharge when needed, and hold on for those April showers and May flowers that are right around the corner! In late January,... Continue Reading →

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Library of Congress and Teaching With Primary Sources

Written by Jennifer Boren With the adoption of new Social Studies standards the summer of 2017, students in Tennessee are increasingly called to research and investigate in order to make connections between the past and the present. Each course and grade level are organized by themes which are further broken down by content strands and... Continue Reading →

SEYA Promo

SEE YOU @ SE-YA! Written by Lindsey Kimery What happens when two Tennessee librarians travel to a book festival in another state? They start brainstorming and dreaming on the ride home about starting a teen book festival in Tennessee! The Southeastern Young Adult Book Festival (SE-YA) is in its fourth year and will be held... Continue Reading →

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