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The Ohio Educational Library Media Association is Ohio's preeminent professional association for highly effective school librarians and libraries. 

The mission of the Ohio Educational Library Media Association is to meet the needs of Ohio’s learners as we advocate for and provide professional development to school librarians.

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1.  To attend great PD sessions 2.  To hear many great Ohio authors speak and get books autographed 3.  To learn how I can make an even greater impact in my building and district 4.  To be exposed to new technology tools 5.  To network and trade ideas 6.  To...
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  Gale Cengage is our Platinum Sponsor for conference this year-because of this, we are able to have Dr. Steven L, Layne, author of Igniting a Passion for Reading as our keynote on Friday, October 24th. In addition to sponsoring Dr. Layne, Gale Cengage is presenting an awesome session on...
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Do you know that October is Information Literacy Awareness Month?  In 2012, Governor Kasich proclaimed October as Information Literacy Month and Ohio joined 18 other states in an endeavor to raise awareness about what it means to be information literate.  His proclamation set out to “remind all citizens of the...
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Folks,     There's a lot of things school librarians are saying about the OELMA 2014 conference but I can guarantee you they are not saying any of the ones mentioned in the video below.    Things School Librarians Never Say About the OELMA 2014 Conference    Don't be like...
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What We Do-It's About Relationship-Building!

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I recently had a conversation with a fellow OELMA member who seemed very depressed over her current school library situation. While keeping her name and location completely anonymous, let’s just say after the conversation I thought to myself that there has to be a way to advocate for what we...
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