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2018-19 Focusing on the Future
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At the end of every school year I put together an Animoto video that highlights our library program at Riverside Elementary (D.C. Everest). My entire budget (except for $225 for supplies) is made up of Common School Funds so we couldn't do what we do without that funding.

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Library and Information Science
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Other
Author:
Sheila Dembowski
Date Added:
02/04/2020
2020-2023 Howards Grove School District Library Media Plan
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The link provided will take you to the 2020-2023 Library Media Plan for the Howards Grove School District Libraries. The plan is based upon the Future Ready Librarians Framework and addresses each wedge, with specific goals for forward movement focused on Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment; Use of Space & Time; and Community Partnerships.

Subject:
Library and Information Science
Material Type:
Assessment Item
Author:
Jennifer Henschel
Date Added:
03/08/2021
APA Style - Tutorial and Practice
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This interactive tutorial, created with LibWizard by UW-EauClaire McIntyre Library, introduces students to the basics of citations in APA Style (7th Edition).  Students practice creating citations.

Subject:
Library and Information Science
Material Type:
Interactive
Learning Task
Author:
Liliana LaValle
Date Added:
02/03/2021
Blog Post (2017) We Can Share Our Future Ready Librarian Goals With One Another Here!
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"Library Voice" blog post by Shannon McClintock Miller sharing Future Ready Library Plan Google Sheets template, and Padlet to view multiple library plans from districts around the country. Read blog post, "Let's Share our Future Ready Librarian Plans with one another here!"   

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Library and Information Science
Material Type:
Other
Author:
Emily Zorea
Date Added:
11/18/2020
A COLLECTIVE CASE STUDY TO EXAMINE ADMINISTRATORS’ INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP PERSPECTIVE OF THE ROLE OF INSTRUCTIONAL COACHES AND TEACHER LIBRARIANS IN CALIFORNIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS
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The purpose of this collective case study was to develop an understanding of why California K12 public school administrators distribute instructional leadership responsibilities to either
instructional coaches or teacher librarians and how the two roles compare within the context of
the implementation of the California Common Core State Standards in ELA/Literacy. The study
addressed the following research questions: Why do administrators select instructional
coaches/teacher librarians to help them provide instructional leadership? How do administrators
and instructional coaches/teacher librarians work together to provide professional learning within
daily instructional practice? How do administrators evaluate the effectiveness of the
instructional coaches’/teacher librarians’ instructional leadership roles? Participants were district
administrators who oversee the population, site administrators who directly supervise site-based
instructional coaches or teacher librarians, and the corresponding instructional coaches and
teacher librarians. Data were collected from multiple sources, including documents, interviews,
observations, and focus groups with participants. Within-case and cross-case analyses were
conducted to develop a naturalistic generalization of what was learned about how the coach and
teacher librarian contributed to instructional leadership. Results demonstrated that administrators’
personal values influence their decisions to select and utilize instructional coaches or teacher
librarians to provide instructional leadership. Instructional coaches are considered to be extensions
of administrators as instructional leaders in ELA while teacher librarians are considered to be
resources that can be called upon to provide occasional instructional support in ELA.

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English Language Arts
Library and Information Science
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Primary Source
Author:
Melanie A. Lewis
Date Added:
06/14/2019
Collection Development and Intellectual Freedom Selected Resources
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Bibliography created by the librarians at the Cooperative Children's Book Center (CCBC) that includes sample policies and procedures, as well as educational materials related to them

Subject:
Library and Information Science
Material Type:
Reference Material
Author:
Megan Schliesman and Merri V. Lindgren
Date Added:
05/01/2019
Copyright Guidelines for Fair Use of Materials during Coronavirus School Closures
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This information was gathered by members of the Oregon Association of School Libraries -- Rita Ramstad, District Librarian, Centennial School District and Jennifer Maurer, School Library Consultant, State Library of Oregon. Though the source authors and presenters are copyright experts, and in some cases lawyers, this information should not be considered legal advice. || Last updated on May 11, 2020

Subject:
Library and Information Science
Material Type:
Reference Material
Author:
Rita Ramstad and Jennifer Maurer
Date Added:
08/26/2020
Digital Storytime: Kids, Apps, and Libraries
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Digital Storytime: Kids, Apps, and Libraries is a module-based online professional development course designed for public librarians and other educators. Course participants will gain a richer understanding of how and why apps can be used with young children and the adults in their lives, as well as which apps are the most beneficial, and where to find the best apps. This course takes approximately 3-5 hours to complete; participants who complete the entire course using the same device and browser can download a Certificate of Completion.

Time to complete course: 3-5 hours

Subject:
Library and Information Science
Material Type:
Full Course
Author:
Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
Date Added:
03/24/2020
Evaluating Across Sources
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This video, created by the UW-Madison Libraries, addresses how to fact check sources by evaluating across different sources. Aligned with the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy - Authority is Constructed & Contextual.

Subject:
Library and Information Science
Material Type:
Other
Author:
Alex Stark
Date Added:
12/16/2020
FRS Library Plan Project Tracker
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This is a Future Ready School Library Plan tracker. It will support your priorities, goals, and actions to help your plan come to fruition. There is a tab for tracking and for a timeline. This can help organize your plan, as well as keep vital evidence of your progress to use with your stakeholders.

Subject:
Information and Technology Literacy
Library and Information Science
Material Type:
Curriculum Map
Author:
Beth Clarke
Date Added:
04/29/2019
Future Ready Evidence Template
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Simply make a copy of this template to be used in meetings when you are highlighting work you are doing. Just describe the project or task in the wedge(s) to which it applies. By filling out one of these templates at each meeting, you can gather evidence about what wedges have been focus areas. This could give you insight on future areas of work or help identify priorities.

Subject:
Library and Information Science
Material Type:
Diagram/Illustration
Author:
Monica Treptow
Date Added:
05/29/2019