Happy Monday, everyone! Here's a round-up of what's going on with GLISA to get your week kicked off right.
- The GLISA scholarship contest ends in ONE WEEK - that's plenty of time to get your elevator pitch videos recorded and submitted. This contest is ONLY open to GLISA members, so you have a great chance of winning! One winner will get $200 to attend TLA in Houston in April, and one winner will get $300 to attend ALA in Orlando in June. See more details on the original post, and on GLISA's Blackboard. Good luck!
- This month we're reading The Unlikely Hero of Room 13B by Teresa Toten for the GLISA book club. Go ahead and pick up your copy and start reading! We'll post discussion questions and jumping off points for you to share your thoughts on Blackboard, Facebook, Twitter (#GLISAreads), and the blog.
- Service projects are on-going, so check in the newsletter and on Blackboard to see how you can volunteer and get involved.
- We will be opening the blog to guest posts after Spring Break, so start thinking about what you'd like to write about to get your name out there. You can write about the stress of the final exam, how your practicum went, what classes have helped you the most on-the-job, and more. We're open to anything school- and library-related.
- It's Teen Tech Week! How is your library getting involved?