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  • 2017 Spring newsletter

    • Monday, May 8, 2017
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    Check out the newsletter! Our thanks to the Marketing Committee and other leaders and volunteers for the content. And happy 21st birthday to Tenn-Share.

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  • Welcome to the new Board members

    • Wednesday, January 11, 2017
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    Tenn-Share gleefully welcomes these new Board members, who will serve from January 2017 - December 2018. Remember, they are your representatives to tell Tenn-Share what your library needs or wants related to resource sharing. 1.) Secretary: Heidi Busch, University of Tennessee–Martin 2.) Academic Library Rep, East TN: Lori Warren, Chattanooga State Community College 3.) Public Library Rep, East TN: April White, Knox County Public Library 4.) Public Library Rep, Middle TN: Jaclyn Anderson, Chattanooga Public Library 5.) School Library Rep, East TN: Carla Whiles, Harold McCormick Elementary School, Elizabethton 6.) School Library Rep, Middle TN: Joyce Claassen, Hillsboro High School, Nashville

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  • Tabitha Wakefield is 2016 TEL Trainer of the Year

    • Friday, October 21, 2016
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    During the 2016 Tenn-Share Fall Conference welcome, Erin Loree presented the 2016 TEL Trainer of Year Award to Tabitha Wakefield. Tabitha is the librarian at Macon County Junior High School and her combined TEL training sessions reached more than 1,000 attendees this year. Tabitha began her career in the classroom teaching fifth grade for five years before getting her librarian endorsement. She was an elementary school librarian for three years and is now in her 11th year as a middle school librarian. Tabitha does extensive TEL training with her students and takes a graduated approach to her teaching. She starts by giving her sixth graders a general introduction to TEL and an in-depth lesson on World Book. Seventh graders get a detailed look at Research in Context and a mini-lesson on Books & Authors. Finally in the eighth grade, students try out Powerspeak Languages and explore the Learning Express Career Center. By the time they leave middle school, Tabitha's students have had tremendous exposure to TEL resources.

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