Everyone is talking about it. ChatGPT, Bing, and what it means for education. Could it be as simple as adding a new tool, like the calculator was? Or is it something to be shut out of the classroom? Perhaps something in between? How can libraries make the most of this tool if it is in schools? Come and join or discussion.
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Constitution and History of MCSMA
Morris County School Library Association was founded in 1958, but the earliest surviving minutes date to the March 25, 1964 meeting held at Dover High School. Our earliest membership list dates back to 1965. Dues in 1965 were $2.00 and were raised to $5.00 in the late 1970's. The first edition of News and Views was published in November, 1978. It was edited by Bea Stone. The early history of our organization was compiled by Dora Stolfi, but unfortunately this material was lost after her death in 1979.
Many thanks to Barbara Scanlan who compiled this information.
President: Tara Collins
Vice-President: Nancy Bosch
Corresponding Secretary: Vera Borum
Recording Secretary: Susan Ploch
Treasurer: Roxana Caivano
Archives & Constitution: Jill Mills
College/University: Lynee Richel Dokus
Intellectual Freedom: Sue Murray
Membership: Roxana Caivano
Newsletter Editor: Jill Mills
Private/Parochial Schools: TBD
Professional Development: Mary Szoke
Programming - Nancy Bosch
Public Libraries: Rose Schulman
Publicity/Webmaster: Nancy Bosch
Regional Libraries / Consortium: Jill Mills
Retirees: Mary Szoke
Technology: Kim Luppino