Don A Klinger; People for Education (Toronto, Ont.); Queen's University (Kingston, Ont.); Ontario Library Association.
|描述：||1 online resource (iv, 49 pages) : illustrations, digital file|
Libraries and literacy --
Libraries as hubs --
Principals and libraries --
Teachers and libraries --
The teacher-librarian --
The continuum of exemplary school library practice --
Continuum chart --
Level 1 school library programs --
Level 2 school library programs --
Level 3 school library programs --
Level 4 school library programs --
The student's perspectives --
Ongoing challenges --
Appendix A. School library profiles --
Appendix B. Student survey.
|責任：||the Ontario Library Association ; a study by Queen's University and People for Education ; [authors, Don A. Klinger and others].|
Exemplary School libraries are a central hub of the school. They are prominently placed and a centre of activity and learning. The teacher librarians in such programs commonly collaborate with other teachers in the school, and they find ways to engage the community to best support children's learning. The purpose of this project was to identify the characteristics of an exemplary elementary school library. We asked the questions: What are the characteristics that exemplary libraries have in common? and What are the things that make them unique?