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Using Games for Good
David Paige, Managing Editor
Games at their worst can be nothing more than distraction. They can be a tool for procrastination. They can be addictive well past the point where we are gathering any pleasure or benefit from them. And yet, games can also be a powerful force for good in our lives. Read More
Workshops & Webinars
About This Workshop
Marketing the Library

Businesses have long benefited from the advantages of marketing their goods and services—now it's time for you to apply these strategies to your school library! In this workshop, you'll learn easy-to-apply steps to grow a marketing strategy from scratch or to bolster your existing one.

Upcoming Free Webinars
Tom Bober, elementary school librarian and author, shares insights on the benefits of primary source analysis to student thinking and learning along with steps and strategies to unleash them in the classroom or library.
Curriculum Connection
Highlighted Resources
Tom Bober, Elementary School
Lesson Plan: Student Reading Consultations
by Tom Bober
Liz Deskins, Middle & High School
Lesson Plan: Speed Dating with Books
by Liz Deskins
Highlights From the Current Issue of School Library Connection
Notes from the Editors
Carl A. Harvey II, Organization & Management
Playing Games!
Leslie B. Preddy, Instructional Leadership
Before I Had a Game Plan
Rebecca J. Morris, Perspectives & Partners
Unforgettable Games
reVIEWS+
March: Book Three
This graphic memoir completes the highly acclaimed March trilogy, which details Congressman John Lewis' role in the Civil Rights Movement. While it is the third installment, it can also be read on its own. Read More
The Prince and the Dressmaker
This uplifting graphic novel has the high-quality look of a classic Disney fairy tale but with modern dialogue and issues. Belgian prince Sebastian makes news when he visits family in Paris, but he doesn't feel quite like himself until he hires talented seamstress Frances to secretly make him some beautiful dresses Read More
Note from the Editor
Sylvia M. Vardell
Graphic Novels Go Big
Today's graphic narratives have deep roots that speak to our desire to capture stories visually as well as through text and language and young people are responding with enthusiasm. Read More
State Certifications
Check out the School Library Media Certification information for each state
Must-Have Book
Siri, Alexa, and Other Digital Assistants: The Librarian's Quick Guide
by Nicole Hennig