Your Guide to SE-YA Book Fest 2020!

Written by Lindsey Kimery It’s year 5 of the Southeastern Young Adult Book Festival, and this year is bigger and better than ever! With 47 authors of middle grade and young adult literature and three days of jam-packed fun, the campus of MTSU will be the epicenter of book love on March 12-14! If you’re... Continue Reading →

TASL Introduces New PD Opportunities

by Brandi Hartsell This year TASL has kicked off an exciting new professional development opportunity. TASL is now offering webinars for convenient online professional development. Webinars will take place twice each month and will cover a variety of topics relating to school librarianship. The first four webinars have already taken place and are available to... Continue Reading →

February 2020 Librarians of the Month

Each month, TASL recognizes school librarians across the state for their significant contributions to their school community. These individuals are nominated by their peers based on their dedication to their school and library. Below you will find information about the February 2020 Librarians of the Month. We appreciate all you do and would like to... Continue Reading →

TASL Launches New Mentor Initiative

by Brandi Hartsell TASL is launching a new initiative this year: the TASL Mentors Program. The program is designed to give new librarians and/or school librarian students an experienced school librarian mentor. Current TASL members will also have the opportunity to serve as a mentor for less experienced school librarians. The program coordinators will accept... Continue Reading →

Create a free website or blog at

Up ↑