Assemblies

 

Children’s Literature Assembly
Get Involved with CLA at NCTE 2019 and Beyond

Call for CLA Breakfast Table Hosts—Contact Deanna Day Wiff
CLA members that are attending the breakfast, able to arrive 30 minutes early, and willing to help provide a warm and welcoming experience for the attendees at your table.

Call for CLA Booth Hosts –  Contact Jackie Arnold
CLA members eager to share with others about our assembly, and greet current members visiting the exhibits. Shifts will run for 1 to 2 hours on Friday or Saturday.

Call for CLA Breakfast General Volunteers – Contact Linda Parsons
CLA members that are attending the breakfast, able to arrive 30 minutes early, and willing to help provide a warm and welcoming experience for all. May be selling raffle tickets or helping to collect breakfast tickets, etc.

Call for CLA Design and Website Volunteers — Technology and Design Interns—Contact Xenia Hadjioannou
CLA members who have an interest in design and technology are invited to help create images for the CLA website and promotional materials, or assist in some of the website tasks. Students encouraged especially for these roles.

 

Global Society of Online Literacy Educators (GSOLE)

The Global Society of Online Literacy Educators (GSOLE) is pleased to promote our third annual international, virtual conference on Online Literacy Education on January 31, 2020. GSOLE sponsors an annual conference for literacy educators to connect and converse about their online pedagogies and program development. To allow both broad accessibility and lively interactive engagement, our annual conference takes place online using a combination of web-conferencing, pre-recorded presentations, chat, and discussion.

We strive to hold an affordable and practitioner-friendly event, and are particularly interested in hearing the perspectives of those working at two-year institutions.

  • Are you doing exciting things in your online classes?
  • Experimenting with new online tutoring techniques?
  • Are you curious about how others are teaching or tutoring online?
  • Have interesting program ideas?

Propose a paper or panel for the January 2020 conference. Proposals are due October 1.

If you’ve never attended an online conference, get a taste by visiting the 2019 Conference archive. Our 2019 resources also feature examples of accepted abstracts, in case you’re developing a proposal.

Please send any questions to conferences.gsole@gmail.com.

 

Call for Submissions