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Teacher : Teacher SLMS seeks to satisfy the educational and informational needs of students The school librarian emphasizes the use of the library and its resources along with effective research skills The SLMS keeps abreast of the latest teaching techniques and research in the field. Instructional Partner : Instructional Partner knowledgeable about the school’s curriculum and teacher’s goals the SLMS co-designs content to support and enhance the learning outcomes of each classroom Information Specialist : Information Specialist acquires proper and reliable information resources for students and teachers SLMS helps guide students on how to find and evaluate quality information Program Administrator : Program Administrator The SLMS works with all education stake holders to develop library policy. The school librarian develops programs and procedures, creates the budget, and selects equipment. Ohio’s Library Guidelines : Ohio’s Library Guidelines Seven Standards Library Management Collection Development and Curriculum Literacy and Reading Support Literacy-based Technology Information Literacy Technology Literacy Media Literacy Information Literacy : Information Literacy The information literate person is able to: Define an information need Develop an effective and efficient search strategy Evaluate the results critically Use the information results effectively and ethically Issues within the Profession: Relevancy : Issues within the Profession: Relevancy Impact Studies: Studies show that well-funded school libraries, staffed by credentialed media specialists who collaborate with teachers, positively effect student achievement. Evidence-based Practice. SLMS must use the latest research and theory to create policy and procedure. School librarians must be advocates for themselves as well as the School Media Center. Issues within the Profession: Collection Development : Issues within the Profession: Collection Development Collection Development Policy. This is a written statement of collection philosophy, goals, selection policy, and budget. Selection Policy. Policy should include: Standards for evaluating materials Tools to select materials Rules for weeding Relationships: Positive relationships to all the stakeholders, parents, administrators, students, and teachers will help the SLMS find support if items in the collection should be challenged. The School Library and No Child Left Behind : The School Library and No Child Left Behind Schools with good library programs have students who do better on standardized tests helps classroom teachers TEACH how to read and encourage students to WANT to read The School Library and No Child Left Behind (cont) : The School Library and No Child Left Behind (cont) Can help design information literacy units tied to the classroom curriculum Library offers computers and internet access to students who might not have access at home Library programs seek other means of assessing learning other than standardized tests Staffing : Staffing AASL recommends… Each school must employ at least 1 full time technical assistant or clerk for each library media specialist Specific number of additional staff is determined by the school size All school systems must employ a district library media director Professional Organizations, Journals, and Magazines : Professional Organizations, Journals, and Magazines American Association of School Librarians (AASL), a division of the American Library Association - Journal: Knowledge Quest International Association of School Librarianship (IASL) - Journal: School Libraries Worldwide Ohio Educational Library Media Association (OELMA) - Journal: Ohio Media Spectrum Association for Educational Communications and Technology(AECT) - Journal: Educational Technology Research and Development School Library Journal School Library Monthly Library Media Connection Teacher Librarian Carol Collier Kuhlthau : Carol Collier Kuhlthau Professor Emerita of LIS at Rutgers University Research interest: Information Search Process Believes in the constructivist theory of knowledge Article: Accommodating the User David Loertscher : David Loertscher Professor of LIS at San Jose State University Research interests: Collection development Pedagogy in LIS Reading and literacy Blog: http://davidloertscher.wordpress.com Doug Johnson : Doug Johnson Director of Media and Technology for Mankota Public Schools (MN) Research focus: School library media Blog: http://doug-johnson.squarespace.com/ Blogs for School Librarians : Blogs for School Librarians 100 Best Blogs for School Librarians School Library Journal Blogs School Library Blogs School Librarian in Action School Library Monthly Blog In the Library with the Lead Pipe Other Web Resources for School Librarians : Other Web Resources for School Librarians Resources for School Librarians How to retool yourself--a roadmap of at least 14 ways INFOhio - school library and information network ERIC - the Education Resources Information Center References : References Ohio Department of Education AASL ALA Stephens, C. G. & Franklin, P. (2007). Library 101 : a handbook for the school library media specialist. Westport, CT : Libraries Unlimited You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.