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Nikki D Robertson
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EdCampATL CoFounder, #TLChat LIVE! Moderator, High School Librarian, Instructional Technology Facilitator, Tech Geek, Twitvangelist, Bookaholic, Grandmother, and unquenchable seeker of knowledge. Part time Jon Stewart stalker (shhh...don't tell him!)
EdCampATL CoFounder, #TLChat LIVE! Moderator, High School Librarian, Instructional Technology Facilitator, Tech Geek, Twitvangelist, Bookaholic, Grandmother, and unquenchable seeker of knowledge. Part time Jon Stewart stalker (shhh...don't tell him!)

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Tracy Gargus Taylor: I Spy MakerSpace Activity
I just saw this post on Facebook's Future Ready Librarians Page and simply had to share.   This was posted by Tracy Gargus Taylor : I spent the last few weeks creating 3D and magazine collage I Spy boards and the rhymes/lists to go with each.... I used them...

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School Library Live Twitter Chats Are Cropping Up All Over!
School Library Live Twitter chats are cropping up all over! by Nikki Robertson and Jane Lofton cross-posted on both of our blogs (See this on Nikki’s blog at The True Adventures of a High School Librarian See this on Jane’s blog at Jane Lofton’s Adventures ...

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National Poetry Month in Your Library
April is such a fun month to be a school librarian.  Unfortunately, I recently had spinal surgery and will miss out on my favorite April celebration-National Poetry Month/Poem In Your Pocket Day! Stuck at home healing I started going back through my blog po...

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National Poetry Month in Your Library
April is such a fun month to be a school librarian.  Unfortunately, I recently had spinal surgery and will miss out on my favorite April celebration-National Poetry Month/Poem In Your Pocket Day! Stuck at home healing I started going back through my blog po...

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National Poetry Month in Your Library
April is such a fun month to be a school librarian.  Unfortunately, I recently had spinal surgery and will miss out on my favorite April celebration-National Poetry Month/Poem In Your Pocket Day! Stuck at home healing I started going back through my blog po...

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Rethinking Genres & MakerSpaces
This week I had the pleasure of brainstorming via Google Hangouts with Anne Graner, Library Media Specialist at Ruth Hill Elementary School in Newnan, Georgia. The conversation that we had that just blew my mind and made me want to share it with the rest of...

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Broken But Not Down!
Just because I have some cadaver bones, metal plates, and screws holding my head on to the rest of my body doesn't mean I can't still help out my teachers when they need it. Today I reached out to Ms. Sharon Rowland , MCS's wonderful ESL/ELL Secondary Educa...

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Social Media & The Connected Librarian
I need help from my awesome School Librarian (#TLChat ) Tribe.  Thanks to the generosity of Tiffany Whitehead , I have the honor of writing a book for ISTE  about social media and the connected librarian.   While I have many examples and stories of my own t...

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Librarians UNITE!.... or at least let's get organized.
I remember not too many years ago when Twitter was the new kid on the block and #EdChat was the first and only educational Twitter Chat available as a place to connect, share, learn and grow together as educators. Now the field has become saturated with spe...

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Get Woke. Stay Woke.
Let me preface this post by saying I am a white middle class gay female who has absolutely NO personal experience or platform to address the issue of race and encourage my friends like Rafranz Davis , Sarah Thomas , and so many others to PLEASE call me out ...
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