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Lifting the Curtain
Rebecca J. Morris
The 2019 AASL Research Grant, sponsored by School Library Connection/ABC-CLIO recognized three papers "for excellence in manuscripts addressing a persistent and recurring challenge in the field of school librarianship," Read More
Full Voice
As a district, we are continuing our focus on social and emotional learning (SEL) and ways to integrate approaches for reaching all students into our K-12 curriculum. At the elementary level, this is through a SEL curriculum. For high school students, we are looking at organic ways to include these skills in our current curriculum.
Research into Practice
Consider a focused research project as one strategy to identify needs, communicate best practices, and garner support for our school library.
Connection Point
Let's look at the school library program through the lens of an administrator who has a special understanding of what librarians can offer.
Features
Research Roundup: Talking about Banned Books
Sue Kimmel and Danielle Hartsfield recently won an AASL Research Award for their research paper on the discourse surrounding challenged books among pre-service educators and librarians. Read More
Research Roundup: Exploring eBook Use in High Schools
April Dawkins and Karen Gavigan were recently awarded an AASL Research Grant for their paper, "E-Books in High School Libraries: Factors Influencing Circulation and Usage," which examined how much, or how little, high schoolers were using library eBooks. Read More
Research Roundup: The Voice of Experience in Creating a Makerspace
Heather Moorefield-Lang recently won an AASL Research Grant for her research paper that explored what happens when a librarian implements a makerspace for the second time, either because their makerspace has outgrown its location or the librarian has transferred to a new library. Read More
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