Social Change Showcase at the MLK Campus
Please register by May 4th! Because of limited space, we will confirm your registration by May 8th!
*Please make sure you have your principal's permission to attend*
Please join the Justice Resource Center and the Office of Library Services at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Educational Campus on June 7th, Chancellor's Conference Day, for a packed day of professional development. Teresa Tartaglione, librarian at the MLK Campus and curator of the Social Change special collection, will present on social media’s role in activism and igniting change.
Damaso Reyes, from the News Literacy Project, will be presenting on the challenges of the misinformation landscape and tools educators can use to help their students detect fake news. Adriana Mark, head of Research and Education at the Second Circuit Library at the Thurgood Marshall U.S. Courthouse, will be discussing tips and tricks for successful legal research, where to access law resources, and the Justice for All program (http://justiceforall.ca2.uscourts.gov/), which includes professional development, resources and field trip opportunities.
There will be also be time to explore the MLK Campus Library’s Social Change collection. Teacher-librarian teams are encouraged, but not required.
Participants will receive 5 hours of CTLE credit (9:00 AM to 3:00 PM); breakfast and lunch will be provided.
- Thursday, June 7, 2018
- 9:00am - 3:00pm
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