These projects are examples of librarians working to support their communities in ways that respond directly to the community needs.
This presentation will share a book display curated for use at the Arts & Letters elementary school library in Brooklyn. The “You Are Here” display curates place-The display entices students first to “read the book” and then to “see the sights.” The presentation will share reflections and images of the implemented display.
This instructional video teaches a craft skill using principles of instructional design and simple technology.
This instructional video uses stop animation and principals of good instructional design to teach how to fold a plastic shopping bag into a neat, small triangle.
Things Fall Apart is a poster promoting the value of collection weeding.
This poster serves as an introduction to the concept of Digital Citizenship in K-12 schools. It defines terms, provides data explaining the need for this curriculum, and describes how school librarians are uniquely able to provide this education.
This is a set of materials for a potential after school book club. The club involves middle school aged students reading a selection of books, writing reviews, and voting for a winner. Includes an informational brochure, bookmark, and advertising poster for this club.
An op ed and discussion about the school library as a third space.
This lightning talk explains why peer learning is a powerful teaching tool in school libraries.