University of South Florida
USF SI attends 2010 FAME Annual Convention[11.12.2010]
TAMPA, Fla. -- The Florida Association for Media in Education (FAME) is the professional organization at the state level for librarians who work in educational settings. FAME’s President, Cecelia Solomon, is a graduate of the University of South Florida School of Library and Information Science program. Last week, school media specialists from all regions of Florida congregated once more for their Annual Conference at the Hilton Bonnet Creek Hotel in Orlando.
The theme for this year’s conference was Team Work, and many of the sessions and notable speakers referred to this need of working together during the difficult times that libraries and schools are experiencing. Some of the speakers and authors who contributed to the discussion were Margaret Peterson Haddix, Gayle Forman, Caroline Cooney, Toni Buzzeo, M. H. Herlong, Brian Skerry, and many others.
The School of Information at the University of South Florida (USF SI) was, as always, present in different venues during the event. The School’s booth in the Exhibits area attracted not only alumni and well-known faces, but also many professionals interested in the programs provided at USF.
Some of the programs including USF faculty members and students were:
On Thursday evening, the School hosted a reception where many alumni and friends of the school enjoyed a moment of socializing. Several former students told us that they look forward to seeing their former professors and USF SI staff at these receptions.
With many people in attendance, interesting sessions, speakers, and the USF SI presence, this year’s FAME Conference was a home run! Conference photos can be found on USF SI's flickr page.
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