by Jordyn Horner When the school year abruptly ended in March 2020, educators scrambled to find ways to support their students and families from home. Schools across the country compiled resources to share, recorded videos to help with the fear of losing progress, distributed meals and supplies to families, and more. While I was happy... Continue Reading →
TASL Conference Doesn’t Happen by Magic. Who Knew?
by Kelly Messerly I don’t remember the year, but I believe my first TASL Conference was at the Park Vista Hotel in Gatlinburg – that circular landmark building on the mountain that was probably built in the seventies. I was a new librarian who was thrilled that traveling across the state, staying in a “fancy”... Continue Reading →