Our Scrible Team was thrilled to attend and sponsor the Massachusetts School Library Association (MSLA) 2018 Conference in Worcester, Massachusetts! MSLA works to ensure that every school has a library program that’s integrated across grades and subjects and has a significant, measurable impact on student success. Thanks and congrats to MSLA and the Conference planners for hosting an amazing event that focused on the needs of Massachusetts school libraries and media specialists.
We were a Silver Sponsor because school librarians are our peops and we’re excited to work with Bay State media specialists!
Our CEO, Victor, and Teaching Specialist, Dacey, tag-teamed a booth to demo key features of the Scrible Edu platform. We had meaningful conversations and everyone loved Scrible. It was great to see familiar faces and meet new librarians. We gathered feedback on new features for media specialists and learned how school libraries operate in Massachusetts. We’re looking forward to working with the many folks we met at the Conference!
Speakers and Awardees
Day 1 of the Conference concluded with a dinner, awards ceremony and closing keynote by Jennifer Casa-Todd titled Empowering Students To Be Digital Leaders. The Awards were an opportunity for the Bay State’s school library community to recognize and celebrate its notable advocates, leaders and innovative and impactful librarians. Our CEO was happy to meet Service Awardee Greg Pronevitz, an experienced and widely respected advocate for Massachusetts libraries, and catch up with Opening Keynote Speaker Tom Murray, Director of Innovation for Future Ready Schools.
Library, Technology and Media… OH MY!! We had an awesome time at MSLA and look forward to working with Massachusetts librarians to support research, writing, media literacy and technology skills across the Bay State!