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AASL National Conference is THE Professional Development Event for School Librarians

Why do you need to attend?

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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.


Administrators Learn What School Librarians Do from School Librarians

Don't miss this chance to show them!

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Works Cited:

  1. Alexander, L. B., R. C. Smith, and J. O. Carey. 2003. “Education reform and the school library media specialist.” Knowledge Quest 32(2):10–13.
  2. Church, Audrey P. "The Instructional Role of the Library Media Specialist as Perceived by Elementary School Principals." School Library Media Research Vol. 11 (2008).

  3. Church, Audrey Puckett, "Elementary School Principals' Perceptions of the Instructional Role of the School Library Media Specialist" (2007). VCU Theses and Dissertations. Paper 1101.

  4. Shannon, Donna M. 2009. “Principals' Perceptions of School Librarians.” School Libraries Worldwide. International Association of School Librarianship. Vol. 15-2, p1-22. <http://www.iasl-online.org/pubs/slw/july09.htm>

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