Did you miss our information literacy webinar on asking questions in the Google age? Find out more about the Question Formulation Technique.
“Asking Questions in the Age of Google” Webinar Recap
January 29, 2018
Clearview Regional High School Librarian Arlen Kimmelman describes her strategy for using EBSCO’s Science Reference Center database to teach information literacy and critical thinking skills to Honors Biology students.
Sprouting Good Habits with Science Reference Center
January 08, 2018
Learn how you can use infographics to enhance classroom instruction, student assessment and the promotion of school library resources.
Infographics: Tools for Enhancing Instruction and Assessment
November 30, 2017
Picture books for young readers are building blocks that promote literacy, vocabulary skills, sentence structure and story analysis.
Seeing is Believing - The Benefits of Picture Books for Building Reading Skills
November 08, 2017
Your school library's collection development strategy will help you identify the right resources to support student learning and classroom instruction.
Three Cool Tools for Collection Development
September 18, 2017
As part of our Celebrate Libraries campaign, school library media specialist Virginia Bigler of San Antonio shares how a love of reading shaped her life.
One School Librarian’s “Personal Love Affair with Books”
September 06, 2017
Makerspaces can support special education students and those with learning differences. Learn how to design your makerspace to meet the needs of all students.
Makerspaces: Hands-on Learning for Students of All Abilities
August 30, 2017
School librarians must work harder than ever to prove their value to students, educators, administrators and parents. Get tips to incorporate school library advocacy into your daily practice.
Advocacy and the 21st Century School Librarian: Challenges and Best Practices
August 24, 2017
Studying film adaptation theory has changed over the years. Jason McEntee, Department Head of English at South Dakota State University, makes the case for effectively teaching film adaptations in our latest post.
Film Adaptations: Strategies for Teaching a Complex Narrative Practice
August 01, 2017
During the summer, it’s important to encourage K-12 student leisure reading in order to retain their reading skills and avoid summer slide for the upcoming school year.
Four Kid-friendly Summer Reading Strategies to Avoid Summer Slide
July 06, 2017
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