Author Archives: Sandy Gray

Uncle Sam — err, the AISL Board — wants you!

If your school is anything like mine, one of the values we strive to instill in our students is community service, or volunteerism. Not just to pad a college or university resume, but a genuine investment of time in an … Continue reading

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New Year’s resolutions?

Happy New Year! I don’t know about you, but I’m always excited by the dawn of a new year – the prospect of all the possibilities that lie ahead when I’m fresh off New Year’s celebrations and still in my … Continue reading

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Best of 2016 … from your AISL Board

  With Cyber Monday, Black Friday and Thanksgiving all behind us, now is a good time to pause and reflect – to celebrate our 2016 successes, both individual and collective.  Last week, someone asked me, “What is the best thing … Continue reading

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Advocacy & AISL: what can you do?

Tooting your own horn is tough. Many think it is bragging, but in our library world, it’s required! On an individual level, it’s more about sharing information, and making folks aware of what your library program is accomplishing within your … Continue reading

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What your AISL Board is up to …

With reference to Christina Pommer’s great blog post on Podcasts earlier this week, maybe we should approach Slate to arrange an interview with some independent school librarians … you know, in the spirit of full disclosure and stereotype busting 🙂 … Continue reading

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