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An Action Plan for All Seasons | Project Advocacy | School Library …

See on Scoop.itTeaching through Libraries

The importance of advocacy is evident to us during a crisis. When our libraries are threatened or our staff faces cuts, then we leap into motion. But we should be mindful of advocacy every day. With social media tools, we can …

Carey Leahy‘s insight:

It’s all about building your own skills and capacity to support your particular clients and the curriculum you work within.

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School Library Management

School Library Management.  This is a blog site managed / operated (?) by Karen Bonanno that I have been alerted to via our INF506 facebook group.  Worth signing up for the free report –  “How to have a Successful School Library Blog”.

I’ll also add it to the TL Network blog I’m managing as part of my project.

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For Kids – How to do research

The KYVL for Kids Research Portal – How to do research Home Base.  The Kentucky Virtual Library has a site the has a great ‘flow chart’ image of the research process – that uses more than Google!  It has text and visual reminders to stimulate children with different strategies through from the  #Plan stage to the  #Evaluation at the conclusion.  No ‘reflection’ though I notice.

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