AASLblog

Mission  |  Editorial Board  |  How to Use  |  Posting Guidelines

Mission

The mission of the AASLblog is to provide a focused and flexible format for providing information about programs, conferences, projects, resources, and activities of interest to AASL members and others in the K-12 library media community.

Goals and Plans

  • Promote the initiatives of the AASL,

  • Help school library media specialists keep current about issues relevant to K-12 library management,

  • Promote the professional development of school library media specialists,

  • Provide an RSS Feed for AASL press releases and other information announcements through the blog.

Editorial Board

Susi Grissom, Administrator
Travis Vanguard & Academy (Texas)

Frances Reeve, Administrator 
Longwood University (Va.)

Brooke Ahrens
Notre Dame High School (Ca.)

Judy Deichman
Nottoway Middle School (Va.)

Deanna Harris
East Cary Middle School (N.C.)

Jennifer LaBoon
Fort Worth Independent School District (Texas)

Karin Perry
Sam Houston State University (Texas)

Eileen Kern, Board Liaison

Jennifer Habley, AASL staff liaison

How to Use

Access the blog directly at http://aasl.ala.org/aaslblog or use an RSS-aggregator or feed reader:

How to find content

Blog posts can be searched by keyword, tags, date, and/or category.

Comments

Reader commentary, opinion, and reaction to posts are welcome (may be moderated by the AASL Blog Editorial Board). Comments should be relevant to the specific post they are attached to. Spam, flaming, personal attacks, and off-topic comments are not permitted. AASL reserves the right not to post any comment.

Posting Guidelines

  • Bloggers must be members or staff of AASL.

  • AASL Officers and Committee Chairs are invited to blog about Association activities (contact the Blog Editorial Board for instructions).

  • Volunteer bloggers will be recruited from the AASL membership to report on AASL/ALA programs, and on other conferences of interest to the AASL community.

Post and Comment Guidelines

  • The blog is an AASL-sponsored tool for use within AASL and for outreach beyond AASL. 

  • Bloggers are expected to check facts, cite sources, present balanced views, acknowledge and correct errors, and check spelling and grammar before posting.

  • Readers are encouraged to comment, but their responses may be moderated by the blog managers. Commentary, opinion, and reaction to posts are welcome. Comments should be relevant to the specific post they are attached to.

  • Spam, flaming, personal attacks, and off-topic comments are not permitted.

  • AASL reserves the right to delete or edit any comment.