- HVLA members Angela Carstensen and Laura Pearle presented (along with a few others) on collection development in the 21st century. Check out their pre-conference wiki for valuable links and resources.
- Angela Carstensen is also presenting on Outstanding Books for the College Bound which ties in perfectly with the book she recently edited for ALA. (Check back later for more links to presentation resources.)
- Did you know that you can get a free download of the eBook "School Libraries: What's Now, What's Next, What's Yet to Come", a collection of over 100 essays from around the world about the latest trends in school libraries? (Also, special thanks to overseas member Maria Falgoust for the heads up on this great resource!)
- The Learning Commons (formerly Blogger's Cafe) is in full swing with links to shared resources and links to liveblogging, livestreaming and and archived video. Check it out!
- There's still time to tune in to the virtual conference and check out some great live webcast events.
- Twitter is also a great way to stay connected to the conversation. Search the official conference hashtag #AASL2011. (UPDATE: Oops! The official hashtag for AASL 2011 is #AASL11--visit the twitter archive here.)
- And, of course, you can always network online with others at the conference--virtually and in real life--on the AASL Ning.
This post was brought to you by HVLA president, Anglela Ungaro.