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AASL National Conference is THE Professional Development Event for School Librarians

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Works Cited

  1. National Assessment Governing Board. U.S. Department of Education. 2012. Reading Framework for the 2013 National Assessment of Educational Progress. www.nagb.org/publications/frameworks/reading/2013-reading-framework.html.
  2. Renaissance Learning. 2015. “What Kids Are Reading: And the Path to College and Careers.” doc.renlearn.com/KMNet/R004101202GH426A.pdf.

  3. Project Tomorrow. 2014. “The New Digital Learning Playbook: Understanding the Spectrum of Students’ Activities and Aspirations.” www.tomorrow.org/speakup/SU13DigitalLearningPlaybook_StudentReport.html.

  4. Project Tomorrow. 201 “Trends in Digital Learning: Students’ Views on Innovative Classroom Models.” www.tomorrow.org/speakup/2014_OnlineLearningReport.html.

  5. National Center for Literacy Education. 2013. Remodeling Literacy Learning: Making Room for What Works. www.literacyinlearningexchange.org/remodeling.

  6. American Association of School Librarians. 2011. Supplemental Report on Digital Citizenship. School Libraries Count! National Longitudinal Survey of School Library Programs. www.ala.org/aasl/research/slc/2011.

  7. LearnDash. 2014. “How Personalized Learning Can Benefit Students.” Infographic. www.learndash.com/the-benefits-of-personalized-learning.

  8. Imagine Easy Solutions. 2015. “Trends in Information Literacy.” Infographic. info.easybib.com/trends-in-information-literacy-infographic.

  9. Project Information Literacy. 2013. Learning the Ropes: How Freshmen Conduct Course Research Once They Enter College. www.projectinfolit.org/uploads/2/7/5/4/27541717/pil_2013_freshmenstudy_fullreportv2.pdf.

  10. Pasco, Becky. 2011. “Solo But Not Separate: Preparing 21st-Century School Library Professionals Who Can ‘Go It Alone.’” Knowledge Quest. v40-2. ALA: Chicago.

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