Librarians at Wyoming Innovations Conference

Nov 15, 2018

(L to R) Paige Bredenkamp, Wyoming State Library School Library Consultant; Julie Erickson, TIE (Technology and Innovation in Education) South Dakota; Megan Dingman, Campbell County School District 1 Coordinator of Library Professional Development

The 2nd annual Wyoming Innovations in Learning conference happened on November 7-9 in the Evanston Roundhouse facility. School librarians (as well as one public library director) from Wyoming were among the attendees and presenters. Maggie Unterseher, Megan Dingman, and Richard Landreth shared about Breakout EDU in the school library. Maggie and Megan also presented about integrating technology into the school library and shared practical ideas that can be utilized right away.

Some key sessions focused on:

  • Breakout EDU
  • Integrating tech into the school library
  • Google vs databases
  • Password organization
  • Coding
  • Course design
  • Subject matter teaching strategies
  • Digital skills

This was a fantastic conference attended by more than 200 participants that included librarians, K-12 teachers, college instructors, tech directors, and administrators. This annual conference is sponsored by Wyoming Department of Education, WyDECC, WyTEC, e-Volution, and the Wyoming State Library. WSL School Library Consultant serves on the conference committee. The 2019 conference will be held in Gillette, Wyoming. A call for conference session proposals will be sent out early next year.

The team who organized the Innovations conference. The WSL’s Paige Bredenkamp is fourth from the right.

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