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What a great conference on Nov 16-17th on Maine Libraries Expanding Your Possibilities.   Don't forget to fill out our conference survey and get your professional development contact hours here .


Some of our presenters from the conference have shared their resources with us.  Check out the links here .


VENDORS - click here to tell us about your experiences at the Maine Libraries Conference.


Please contact the MASL Business Office of you have any difficulties with the surveys or certificate.




MASL Financial Report 13-14  


   Andy Wallace named MASL Administrator of the Year for 2014

Click on the picture to read more about the award presentation and Andy's remarkable work at SPSD


 Spring Fling Advocacy Workshop gets high marks from attendees!!!  Here is what they said..... 


Advocacy Resources

from Amanda's presentation


 I enjoyed the breakout session on Advocacy - I picked up a lot of good ideas! 

Advocacy - so well prepared & presented w/many practical ideas for now & future.  Reality oriented...

Everything was great!!!

Yes.  I feel I have lots of ideas and resources to commence my work!

I wish many more school librarians would attend.  We must get the word out...offer more incentives.

All the advocacy materials & tips

yes...challenged my apathy 

I only wish I had had this two years ago!


For more information check out the survey, blog and resources pages below and look for more on Advocacy at the November 16-17 conference.

Advocacy Survey

Advocacy Resources

Advocacy Blog


Congrats to Eileen Broderick, MASL President, on her article just published in the Maine ASCD Journal

The article is titled "Student Learning and the School Library." It is in volume XXIX 2013 on p. 11-14.  Description..."Strong school library programs are key to students' learning because they build on classroom curriculum, forward higher order thinking and technology skills and provide continual access to learning through their web sites." We're working on getting copies of the article and will share that information as soon as we have it.
  Click below for a scanned copy posted with the permission of the Journal of Maine Education.

Maine ASCD, Journal of Maine Education, volume XXIX 2013,p. 11-14.                   

Way to go Sylvia!!!!                        

MASL is extremely proud to share the news that Sylvia Norton, one of our own very special school library mentors has been appointed as the new Executive Director of the American Association of School Librarians


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