Deb Logan

The 2008 OELMA/Follett Library Resources School Librarian of the Year Award winner, Deb Logan has been a school library media specialist for twenty years and has worked in K-12 libraries. Deb is currently the Chair of the AASL Advocacy Committee and is serving a sixth year as the OELMA Advocacy Chair/Co-Chair. In addition to being one of OELMA’s evidence based practice trainers, Deb was a member of The Ohio Department of Education Technology Standards Writing Team and ODE’s Effective School Library Guidelines Writing Team. Deb is also a fellow of The National Writing Project, The Institute for Library and Information Literacy Education and Poetry Alive. Her Taft Library Media Center Web site was named the June 1999 School Library Journal Online Web Site of the Month. In 2004, Logan was awarded an Ohio Department of Education & OELMA Innovative School Library Practices Award.

She will be speaking to us in the 3rd General Session on Monday afternoon (Forget Marian! ) and also in the 4th General session on Tuesday morning
(Students First!)
Ms. Logan will also be conducting two breakout sessions for us.
1. Vitamins, Urgent Care and Advocacy: Using AASL’s Health and Wellness Toolkit and Advocacy Crisis Toolkit - Explore the prevention and prescription resources and strategies found in the AASL Health and Wellness Toolkit and Advocacy Crisis Toolkit. This session is designed to help you position your program to keep its clean bill of health and to provide you with the first aid strategies needed in the event of a crisis situation.

2. Students + Evidence = Impact! (Session)
When students speak, everybody listens…including students. Learn practical strategies to make gathering qualitative and quantitative data a daily part of improving instruction and learning. Take home ready-to-implement ideas for using and sharing student voices through data. Make a plan to involve students in using data to inform and improve practice, while raising and improving program awareness and perceptions.

Don't Miss These Opportunities to Meet and Hear Ms. Logan, Let's Make Her Feel Welcome!!!