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amazing site for teacher librarians

A Media Specialist's Guide to the Internet: Teacher-Librarians

mediaspecialistsguide.blogspot.com

500 Hats bog: 500hats.edublogs....

the visionary’s hat | Search Results | 500 Hats

500hats.edublogs.org

CREW: A Weeding Manual for Modern Libraries | TSLAC

CREW: A Weeding Manual for Modern Libraries | TSLAC

tsl.texas.gov

Library Collection Policies: 500hats.edublogs....

"Non Fiction Weeding - The Visual Guide" - A Haiku Deck by

Future Focus Education in Australian School Libraries | Library and Museum Studies | Learnist

Ms. O Reads Books: Pinterest & Teacher Librarians

Judy O’Connell's Revolutionising Libraries with Social Media.: libraryschool.cam...

Loads of library lessons, by grade level.

Trying to find a nonfiction, reference book using the Dewey Decimal System? Here is an illustrated guide that will explain how books are categorized! Credit: Maggie Appleton at UWCSEA library

E-smart schools & Libraries - cyber safety info

Scoop-it - School Library websites

School library websites

scoop.it

Jeopardy generator that can be used with SmartBoard or projected from a computer.

Copacobana Primary - Library lessons & stuff

Flip This Library: School Libraries Need a Revolution

Social Media, Social Networking and School Libraries.

Dr. Ross Todd and Dr. Carol Kuhlthau, noted international researchers on school libraries and student learning, conducted the research for this study. The goals for the study were: to provide comprehensive and detailed empirical evidence of how school libraries help students learn, and to provide recommendations for further research, educational policy development and tools for the school librarian to chart how their school library impacts learning.

Overdue Library Books

School Library Diagram

School Library Journal's Tumblr

add to school library website

A MUST have for classroom library. It allows you yo use your smart phone and scan the bar code on your classroom books and then it inputs all of the info for you on a FREE data base. It allows you to let kids scan out the books and check out and check in them, separate them by reading levels and even put down their location in your class room. Did I mention it's FREE!?!?

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