I had such a great time presenting at the Texas Google Summit this past weekend. Every time I have attended, I find it to be one of the most practical and helpful conferences. I always walk away with several tips I can’t wait to apply to my class or library when I get home.
This year I had the privilege of presenting a session titled “Google Apps for Librarians.” I had a much bigger turnout that I expected and I can’t wait to do this again in the future. Librarians really are the nicest people. Here is a link to my presentation. Feel free to share it with anyone you like. One of the biggest piece I feedback I received was that I need to include more on incorporating Google apps in an elementary library. Since I spend my days in high school world, I don’t have any experience with little ones.
Do you have ideas on how to use Google apps in an elementary library? If so, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or post a comment on this page. I might feature your ideas in my next post!