CSLA’s Hundred Year History Book
A full color, professionally designed book on the history of CSLA, school librarianship, audio visual education and educational technology will be published in February, 2016. For more information about The 100 Year History of the California School Library Association: Learning Through Books, Media and Technology, visit here.
Did You Know…
Eight women – school librarians who, as Californians, had recently won the right to vote, met in the new Oakland Municipal Auditorium on Wednesday afternoon, August 25, 1915, drafted a constitution for the California School Library Association. They elected Ella Morgan their first president. They could not have foreseen the future we now inhabit, nor the myriad events that took us from their small meeting in 1915 to our digitally dynamic world today! That rich history is worth celebrating!
Learn more about it by visiting the CSLA Timeline.
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