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Best Practices in Curation

The Key Commitment of school librarians within the AASL Shared Foundation of Curate is defined in the AASL Standards as “making meaning for oneself and others by collecting, organizing, and sharing resources of personal relevance” (AASL, 2018, p. 94). I… Read More ›

To Weed or Not to Weed?

I’m sure that every librarian at some point has questioned whether to weed a particular book, but what about an entire section? Just a couple of weeks ago I became the librarian at a school that was opened in 1979;… Read More ›

Favorite Google Chrome Extensions

Google Chrome is a great browser for staff and students to access powerful resources available via extensions. Extensions are add-ons or additional tools to help customize the browsing experience. For students, these tools can provide great assistance. For staff, the… Read More ›

Professional Development Power

Did you know that as a school librarian, you have an incredible super power? This power can increase teacher retention, improve academic achievement, and change your school culture. What is this magical power? It is professional development for teachers. Let… Read More ›