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Author: Blanche Woolls; David V Loertscher
Publisher: Chicago : ALA Editions, 2013.
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"Articles from dozens of respected authors and experts, culled from popular journals such as Knowledge Quest and School Library Journal, cover everything of interest to the contemporary school librarian, including: professional development and career guidance; information on collection development and school library resources such as books, periodicals, e-mail discussion groups, databases, websites, etc.;  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Blanche Woolls; David V Loertscher
ISBN: 9780838911273 0838911277
OCLC Number: 802891250
Description: vii, 167 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Flip this library / David V. Loertscher --
A tribute to a giant, Cora Paul Bowman / Blanche Woolls --
Conference 101 / Jeri Kladder --
From bossy girls to bug eaters / Sharon Korbeck Verbeten --
The inner teacher-leader : the staff developer / Pat Franklin and Claire Gatrell Stephens --
Have MLS, will travel / Helen R. Adams --
Opening the door to leadership-the key / Sharon Coatney --
Ways to succeed @ your library / Blanche Woolls --
Professional development through learning circles / Peggy Mourer --
Working together internationally / Terry Freedman --
Children's magazines and collection development / Susan Patron --
Collaborating with teachers to empower students @ your library / Eleanor B. Howe --
The International Children's Digital Library : increasing children's access to books through technology / Anna Carlson Weeks --
Getting started with graphic novels in school libraries / Elizabeth Haynes --
Got graphic novels? / Zahra M. Baird and Tracey Jackson --
What is manga? / Giles Poitras --
Getting it together / Brian Kenney --
Impact of school libraries on academic achievement / Keith Curry Lance --
A new California study / Douglas Achterman --
Staying the course / Debra Kay Logan --
Survey your world / Kathy Fredrick --
Evidence=assessment=advocacy / Pamela Kramer and Linda Dickman --
High stakes for school librarians / Chris Lehmann --
What does it really look like when students are learning in the library / Allison Zmuda --
Evidence-based manifesto / Ross Todd --
First steps in online learning : creating an environment for instructional support and assessment / Priscilla Dando --
Testing the Web 2.0 waters / Mark E. Funk --
Using social bookmarking to organize the Web / Kristin Fontichiaro --
The Web is alive with the sound of ... podcasts / Kathy Fredrick --
To Kindle or just burst into flame? / C.D. McLean --
Facebook and virtual literature circle partnership in building a community of readers / Priscilla Stewart --
The accidental technology steward, or, How you can gamble very little to gain a lot / Nancy White --
Access PA database project : 22 years of innovation / Mardy McGaw --
From library to learning commons : a metamorphosis / Valerie Diggs --
Steps to a winning first year / Karen Hodges --
Children teens and the construction of information spaces / David V. Loertscher --
Proposal writing / Blanche Woolls --
Don't hesitate, just collaborate! / Lynne F. Burk --
Boy story : do you really want boys in your library? / Helen Cox --
Going for games : what libraries and kids can learn about gaming / ALSC Children and Technology Committee --
Partnerships for Teen Tech Week / Stephanie Iser --
The games people play / Jenny Levine --
LAN party, anyone? / Jim Peterson --
Teen Tech Week on a budget / Jami Schwarzwalder --
Ways to promote teen reading in your library / C.D. McLean --
Let's give 'em something to talk about : contemporary fiction and nineteenth-century poetry / Michael Nailor --
Building a community of high school readers / Julia Roberts --
Reaching reluctant readers with nonfiction / Jamie Watson and Jennifer Stencel --
Call to action for library media specialists / Janice Gilmore-See --
School library advocacy from an unexpected source / Carol Heinsdorf --
Legislator in the Library Day / Christie Kaaland --
Educating school administrators / Deborah Levitov --
Putting students first / Debra Kay Logan --
The school library is the link to connecting with parents / Michelle McGarry --
Access for students with disabilities / Helen R. Adams --
LD accommodations in the school library / Sandy Guild --
A parent's view / Paula Holmes --
Librarians role in the "response to intervention" model / Deb Hoover --
Advocating for intellectual freedom with principals and teachers / Helen R. Adams --
The challenge of challenges : understanding and being prepared / Gail Dickinson --
Cyberbullying : from playground to computer / Tara Anderson and Brian Sturm --
Mean girls (and boys) : cyberbullying and what can be done about it / Kathy Fredrick --
What is the "first sale" doctrine? / Rebecca P. Butler --
Reframing the library media specialist as a learning specialist / Allison Zmuda and Violet H. Harada.
Responsibility: edited by Blanche Woolls and David V. Loertscher.

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"Articles from dozens of respected authors and experts, culled from popular journals such as Knowledge Quest and School Library Journal, cover everything of interest to the contemporary school librarian, including: professional development and career guidance; information on collection development and school library resources such as books, periodicals, e-mail discussion groups, databases, websites, etc.; programming, partnering, promoting, and collaborating for student success; innovative ways to use technology like social networking and e-books in service of education; tips for analyzing and strengthening ongoing programs; and building and maintaining healthy relationships with stakeholders."--Publisher's description.

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