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Wednesday, August 19

5:30pm EDT

Empowering students, fighting racism, and making better writers. 
In this session I will take you through my hero currucium. Where students learn about people that look like them that changed history. While creating amazing artistic representations and writing powerful essays.


Wednesday August 19, 2020 5:30pm - 6:30pm EDT
Virtual Live

5:30pm EDT

“Who” Is Not Enough: Using the Diverse BookFinder to Deepen Representation in Your Collection
Building diverse, inclusive, and equitable collections is on all of our minds. For collections that deeply reflect all identities and experiences, you must think beyond “who” is represented and begin to think “how” they are represented. The Diverse BookFinder, a research database that helps you evaluate your picture book collection, uses nine categories that build a framework for evaluating the “how” that can be easily applied across all collections, not just picture books. Join me to learn about the Diverse BookFinder, understand the nine categories of representation, and how to use the free and interactive Collection Analysis Tool for your picture book collection.

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Laura D’Elia

Library Teacher, Armstrong Elementary School
Laura Beals D’Elia is currently the Library Teacher at the Armstrong Elementary School in Westborough, MA. She has been an elementary school librarian since 2002. She has a BA in English and Children’s Literature from Framingham State University and a MLIS from the University... Read More →

Wednesday August 19, 2020 5:30pm - 6:30pm EDT
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