Our Top 20 Ed Tech Blogs of 2021

Our team works hard to produce helpful, interesting, and relevant TechNotes articles. Here are the top 20 ed tech blogs of 2021 from TCEA! The […]

TexQuest: Curated, Safe, and Customizable Online Resources for Students

Submitted by the Texas Library Association As a library media specialist, I am fortunate to have access to the TexQuest materials and resources in the […]

Micro-Credentialed Librarians: Building New Skills and Making an Impact

The modern-day librarian has seen a significant shift toward a more digitally inclusive library. The COVID-19 pandemic forced librarians across the globe to leverage technology […]

Seven New Children’s Books for 2021

Children’s literature is one of the most prolific parts of the publishing industry. Besides tried-and-true classics, hundreds of new children’s books hit the shelves each […]

Finding the Perfect Book to Read Next

I love it when I have a great book to read, especially when the author has additional books in the series that I haven’t had […]

Train the Trainers: When Co-Conspirators in Learning Set the Agenda

The fabulous learners in the six-part completely-online two-hours-per-session train-the-trainer series I’m currently facilitating are increasingly adapting to their roles as co-conspirators in learning. Seeing themselves […]

What Is the World Digital Library?

This post is part of a series celebrating National Library Week. Learn more about NLW events, activities, and resources here. In the Information Age, conducting […]

Libraries for Young Learners (PreK–5)

It’s important to develop a love of learning in young students. Libraries can help pave the way, giving students places to explore, connect with their […]

The History of the School Library

This post is part of a series celebrating National Library Week. Learn more about NLW events, activities, and resources here. Mary Kingsbury was the United […]

Why You Should Be Celebrating National Library Week

It’s been a challenging 12 months for libraries, whether public or in schools. The changes brought on by the pandemic have altered the way libraries […]

Promoting Universal Broadband Access With Gina Millsap (Part 1 of 2)

This is the first part of a two-part interview conducted with Gina Millsap, retired Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library (TSCPL) CEO and a longtime […]

How to Stream Morning Announcements

Dear TCEA Responds:  I need help. Our elementary school wants to live stream the morning announcements. Is a private YouTube channel the best option? They […]

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