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1 I need… Could you please add books on these cities in Washington State to our collection. I need them in about 8 weeks. Ellensburg, Tacoma, Bellingham, Seattle, Spokane, Yakima, Roslyn, Vancouver, Richland, Wenatchee Washington State History Teacher

2 Day 8 Due: Copyright Flyer and notes Balancing Copyright and Fair Use Toe the line approach Push the line approach Copyright Liaison Copyright Law for Librarians & Educators – Crews 2005 Complete Copyright – Russell 2004 Intellectual Property – Wherry 2007

3 Learning Targets 2.0 Library Media Program Management Develop, implement & evaluate the school library media program & manage personnel, informational systems, resources & facilities. 3.0 Collection Development Evaluate, select & maintain resources to provide collections that are integral to the educational goals of the school. 5.0 Instructional Methodology Demonstrate teaching skills in literacy, collaboration & integrating informational literacy with content curriculum. 6.0 Reading Advocacy Use a variety of strategies to develop life-long learners who read for a wide range of purposes. 7.0 Collaboration With informational standards & school goals & objectives in mind, develop collaborative relationships within the school & community to deliver integrated instruction, reading advocacy & information services. 9.0 Assessment and Evaluation Gather & analyze data to guide program decisions, assess student & staff knowledge & enable self-reflection in order to evaluate the library media program & its impact on teaching & learning.

4 The Collection Maintenance of MARC Entering new Comparing Cleaning up old Automated LibraryLibrary Non-Automated Library Chores to Finish (35 and 127) Chores to Finish Wish Lists Series Summer Checkouts Reading a Review Writing a review Keep Track of Your Reading es/page0007.htm

5 Selection * Books! Mapping Needs (Wish lists etc.) Collection Development Selection Tools Publishers and Vendors Collection analysis tools Story Lineshttp://wayfinder.worldcat.org/

6 Your Opinion Counts! SelectionSelection CriteriaCriteria Books and their Themes TweakTweak that old book report Gaimans The Graveyard Book Activities -

7 What is reference as opposed to non-fiction? Print Non-Print Use today Ideas for use Hit: Your Opinion on Keeping

8 Boys and Reading James Patterson Page Turner Awards Read Kid Oh Read website 000&BCOB=0&C=52800

9 Promoting the Collection Displays Bulletin Boards Announcements s Newsletters Posting book reviews Flyers

10 Learning Targets 2.0 Library Media Program Management Develop, implement & evaluate the school library media program & manage personnel, informational systems, resources & facilities. 3.0 Collection Development Evaluate, select & maintain resources to provide collections that are integral to the educational goals of the school. 5.0 Instructional Methodology Demonstrate teaching skills in literacy, collaboration & integrating informational literacy with content curriculum. 6.0 Reading Advocacy Use a variety of strategies to develop life-long learners who read for a wide range of purposes. 7.0 Collaboration With informational standards & school goals & objectives in mind, develop collaborative relationships within the school & community to deliver integrated instruction, reading advocacy & information services. 9.0 Assessment and Evaluation Gather & analyze data to guide program decisions, assess student & staff knowledge & enable self-reflection in order to evaluate the library media program & its impact on teaching & learning.

11 Partner Up One person is the Teacher the other is the Teacher-Librarian. Need: Collaboration form Lesson Plan Teacher-Librarian moves to new partner and becomes the Teacher. (Should we stay within our desired grade levels?) Using your Collaboration form work with your teacher to develop their lesson into a collaborative information literacy project. Develop a resource list to share with your teacher. (Use your OPAC or Selahs)

12 Day 9 Assignments Read for tomorrow: School Library Handbook Chapters 11, 12 Not Censorship But Selection Not Censorship But Selection Articles Due Day 9: Present Collaboration Projects Portfolios! Websites bsf/resf/vendor.html bsf/resf/selection.html#t op


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