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Political advocacy for school librarians

you have the power!

by Sandy Schuckett

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  • 19 Currently reading

Published by Linworth Pub. in Worthington, Ohio .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • School libraries -- Government policy -- United States -- Citizen participation.,
    • Libraries and community -- United States.,
    • Lobbying -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 99-104) and index.

      StatementSandy Schuckett.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ675.S3 S39 2004
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 108 p. ;
      Number of Pages108
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3290275M
      ISBN 101586831585
      LC Control Number2004004869

      Apr 2, - Explore rosemluna's board "Library Advocacy", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Teacher librarian, School librarian and Information literacy pins.   ALA President Wanda K. Brown said in a July 25 statement, “When a library serving many thousands has only a single copy of a new title in ebook format, it’s the library—not the publisher—that feels the heat. It’s the local library that’s perceived as being unresponsive to community needs.” While none of the largest publishers Continue reading Update on Ebook Advocacy →.

      1. Introduction. Advocacy for the profession is a topic of discussion in many education related fields, including school counseling (Myers and Sweeney, , Myers et al., ), health education (Tappe & Galer‐Unti, ), music education (), and physical education (Boyce and Rikard, , Gard and Wright, ).There is a significant body of practitioner literature about school library Cited by: 1. School Library Standards. Information about and resources to support the Model School Library Standards for California Public Schools adopted by the State Board of Education in September Library Surveys. CDE Online School Library Survey The annual online survey is now open to collect information from individual schools about their libraries in –

        Patrick "P.C." Sweeney is a tireless and innovative advocate for libraries. A graduate of the San Jose School of Library and Information Sciences, P.C. is a former Administrative Librarian of the Sunnyvale (CA) Public Library and Executive Director of EveryLibrary California, a statewide ballot committee to support library propositions in California. The EveryLibrary Institute is fundraising to support library workers, librarians, and staff who are facing unexpected financial difficulties because of the Coronavirus economic slowdown. As a national library c3 non-profit organization, the EveryLibrary Institute is in a unique position to quickly bring together donors from across the.


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Political advocacy for school librarians by Sandy Schuckett Download PDF EPUB FB2

Schuckett is a California school library media specialist who has been an active advocate on local, state, and national levels. Taking nothing for granted, she walks the novice through the political maze of library advocacy, whether the goal is convincing the superintendent of schools that librarians are essential or urging a senator in Washington, D.

to vote in favor of a bill to aid libraries.5/5(1). In Political Advocacy for School Librarians: Leveraging Your Influence, Dr. Ann Ewbank offers information, case studies, and advice for library leaders who have embraced local, state, and/or federal advocacy as an everyday behavior of effective librarianship.

The essays (by well-known school librarians such as Gail Bush and Ann M. Martin) cover the theoretical foundation of activism; teaching and learning as the heart of advocacy (a reprint of a School Library Media Activities Monthly article); advocacy to activism; developing a culture of advocacy; school library legislative advocacy; working with parents and community groups; and building champions in the school Brand: Libraries Unlimited.

Political advocacy for school librarians: leveraging your influence. [Ann Dutton Ewbank] -- This book serves as Political advocacy for school librarians book guide to advocating for effective programs, filling a gap in the practitioner literature regarding the policies that affect school library programs.

Political advocacy for school librarians: leveraging your influence. [Ann Dutton Ewbank] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.

Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a>. Buy Political Advocacy for School Librarians: Leveraging Your Influence by Ewbank, Ann (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Author: Ann Ewbank.

ADVOCACY FOR SCHOOL LIBRARIES Compiled by Elizabeth Greef with some input from Lesley Farmer, May Vision without action is only a dream. Action without vision is just passing the time. Vision with action can change the world. Joel Barker 1.

The essence of advocacy: bringing about positive change through planning, implementation. librarians. “The information literacy role of school librarians expands beyond the basic literacy of reading to Advocacy and the 21st Century School Librarian: Challenges and Best Practices teaching students to access, evaluate, and use information, both within their academic environment and as citizens of a democracy” (Harlan,p.

54). TASL Talks provides a place to find useful information about school library advocacy for Texas School Librarians managed by the TxASL Talks Editorial Board.

TASL advocates to the state legislature and other decision-makers on behalf of school libraries. ADVOCACY FOR SCHOOL LIBRARIES Compiled by Elizabeth Greef with assistance from Lesley Farmer, May Vision without action is only a dream.

Action without vision is just passing the time. Vision with action can change the world. Joel Barker 1. The essence of advocacy: bringing about positive change through planning, implementation,File Size: KB.

This handbook is by the American Library Association. Advocacy and the 21st Century School Librarian: Challenges and Best Practices - Suggestions for promoting your school library from Ebsco. Speaking up for Library Services for Teens - This is an advocacy document by YALSA, and is in pdf format.

Library Advocacy Toolkit - A brochure of helpful. Advocacy resources and tools from the American Association of School Librarians (AASL), a division of the American Library Association (ALA).

--The Importance of School Libraries--Library Management Policies and Procedures--Library Promotion and Advocacy--Library Graphics and Bulletin Boards-- Job Descriptions, and Evaluation--Mission Statements, Strategic Plans, Action Research, and Annual Reports--Statistical Studies of School Libraries--Library Facilities Design.

To address these challenges, school librarians should engage not in “intermittent, one-shot communication blasts” but in a “deeper level of advocacy work and relationship-building that involves time, focus, and a plan of action” (Kachel,p.

50). As president of ALA, I advocate for all types of libraries, librarians, and library workers. We are, after all, a community. Together, we can fulfill the promise that all libraries change lives.

Yet the promise of libraries is in peril because school libraries are in crisis; a threat to one type of library is a Continue reading Advocating for School Librarians →. For example, Haycock's book Program Advocacy: Power, Publicity, and the Teacher-Librarian contains information about program advocacy, marketing school libraries, analyzing programs, and strategies for change.

Gary Hartzell's book Building Influence for the School Librarian places emphasis on positively influencing the learning community. Leigh Estabrook and Brian Lanker, A Survey of Public Libraries and Local Government (Urbana-Champaign, IL: Library Research Center, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Univ.

of Illinois, ). Bryce Allen, “Public Opinion and the Funding of Public Libraries,” Library Tre no. 3 (Winter ):   For CKLS School Librarians: Library Advocacy The Central Kansas Library System has a commitment to school districts that have joined CKLS as system members.

We provide consulting, continuing education, and a number of library services for member school librarians and : Christie Snyder. The role of the school librarian is an elusive one. Ask any teacher what the school librarian’s role is and whether they need a qualification to do the job, and I am sure you will get many different answers.

I can’t think of many professions where this is the case. The debate over the funding of school librarians is nothing new, said Patrick Sweeney, national political director of EveryLibrary, an advocacy organization working with D.C.

librarians. AD. This list of the most commonly challenged books in the United States refers to books sought to be removed or otherwise restricted from public access, typically from a library or a school curriculum.

This list is primarily based on US data gathered by the American Library Association's Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF), which gathers data from media reports, and from reports from librarians.- Explore beckypalgi's board "School Library Advocacy", followed by people on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Teacher librarian, School and School librarian pins. Here are my top 50 essential websites, people, or blog posts for school librarians. These are people and sites to which I consistently return.

Some of the entries below are skewed towards California school libraries, but I think they’re beneficial for anyone. Listed in no particular order. American Association of School Librarians (AASL). I continually refer to [ ].