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Re tape recording at AASL--
As a conference presenter, I don't mind a bit if someone wants to tape my 
program, as long as it's not a big production. I do like it when people ask 
first, though. I don't consider it rude--it's kind of flattering, really, 
people will want to listen to your program again. Sometimes it's just 
hard to write everything down, especially when the presenter talks fast.

The other thing that some people do at my programs is to bring a 
digital camera to photograph displays and student work, which is a 
great idea. Instead of taking copious notes and drawing pictures of 
stuff you want to try later, a photo captures everything.

Have a great time at AASL, everyone. Wish I could be there!

Judy Freeman
Children's Literature Consultant
Author of the forthcoming Books Kids Will Sit Still For 3
  (Libraries Unlimited, 2005;
65 North Sixth Avenue
Highland Park, NJ 08904
732-572-5634 /

In a message dated 10/4/05 4:31:56 PM, LISTSERV@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU writes:
> Date:    Tue, 4 Oct 2005 14:32:05 -0400
> From:    "Betty Winslow, BGCA" <bgcalib@WCNET.ORG>
> Subject: Re: HIT-> Advice for First Time Conference Attendee- AASL 
> Pittsburgh
> True, Alice, but of course the suggestion did say "IF they will allow you".
> Some smaller conferences do allow taping for personal use, if the
> administration isn't already taping workshop presentations themselves for
> later sale. You'd definitely need permission from both the presenter AND the
> conference administration.
> Actually, another use of a small tape recorder (for me) is to record my
> comments to myself and my impressions and ideas as I go through the vendor
> hall - faster and easier than writing down stuff and I can transcribe it
> once I get home.
> Betty Winslow, Media Center Director
> BGCA Bowling Green, OH

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