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  • Leadership, Instructional Partner, Information Specialist, Teacher, Program Administrator
  • These are several characteristics that a strong leader might possess. Being creative- for a library media specialists this might include being creative with library programming, funding, creating a welcoming environment, or simply collaborating with a teacher on a lesson. Being interactive- as librarians we communicate with a variety of people on any given day. Being interactive. Being vision-headed….Empowering others…Being passionate about your work…
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    • 1.
    • 2. School Libraries….
      it’s not just about reading anymore!
    • 3. What are the roles of a 21st century
      school librarian?
    • 4. School Librarian as Leader
      Janelle Briggs
      Dexter/Brownville Elementary Libraries
    • 5. Why is leadership important to the Library Profession in the 21st Century?
      We need to be advocates for our profession
      We work within a service oriented field
      Student achievement
    • 6. Characteristics of Good Leadership
      • Being creative
      • 7. Being interactive
      • 8. Being visionary
      • 9. Empowering others (by encouraging participation and involvement)
      • 10. Being passionate about your work
      "Empowering Learning Through Leadership." Empowering Learners: Guidelines for School Library Media Programs. Chicago, IL: American Association of School Librarians, 2009. 48. Print.
    • 11. Stay Active and Share Knowledge
      Now Showing At YOUR Library: Book Trailers
      Embed CODE!!!!
    • 12. Inspire and Empower Others
    • 13. “Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.”
      - John F. Kennedy
    • 14. Instructional Partner
      Collaborate with teachers to teach lessons and integrate literature and information literacy skills into their curriculum.
    • 15. School Librarian as Instructional Partner
      Melissa Balk
      Thousand Islands MS/HS Library
    • 16. Thousand Islands Information Literacy classes
      MS level classes at the 6th grade level that infuses information literacy skills with curriculum.
      12th grade elective “Information Studies” course on literacy, research and Web 2.0
    • 17. TRAILS samples
      What do YOU know about information literacy? Let’s see…
    • 18. TRAILS results 2009-2010
    • 19. Collaborating with TRAILS
      Share results with staff/administration
      Design lessons in areas of weakness
      Team teach to enhance learning
      Use and create information literacy benchmarks for students (i.e. 8th and 12th grade)
    • 20. Information Specialist
      Providing 24/7 to quality resources, and teaching strategies for finding, assessing and ethically using information.
    • 21. School Librarian as Information Specialist
      Krisha Greene
      General Brown Jr. Sr. High School Library
    • 22. “Information is a source of learning. But unless it is organized, processed, and available to the right people in a format for decision making, it is a burden, not a benefit.”
      ~William Pollard
    • 23. Technology tools to supplement school resources: SLS Database Subscriptions
    • 24.
    • 25. Connects School With Global Learning Community:
      Bridging the Gap Project
      Invitation from Mr. John Thomas, Jefferson Community College librarian, to do a library orientation for our English 101 students.
      Access to School Library System Databases
      Links to outside organizations- American Library Association, etc.
    • 26. Provides 24/7 Access to Library Services
      ROAR (Remote Online Accessible Resources)
      Web OPAC
      School Library Website
      Databases
      E-books
      Online Encyclopedias
      Periodicals
      Newspapers (Local, Historical, World)
    • 27. Strategies for finding, assessing and using information ethically:
    • 28. Teacher
      Pic of D. Henry
      “Empowers students to become critical thinkers, enthusiastic readers, skillful researchers and ethical users of information”.
    • 29. School Librarian as Teacher
      Deanna Henry
      Katie Beeles
      Ethan Johnson
      Sydney Cobbett
      Rachel Wilson
      LaFargeville Central School Library
    • 30. LMS as Teacher
      • “empowers students to become critical thinkers, enthusiastic readers, skillful researchers, and ethical users of information”
      Cite book info
      • Collaborate with teachers to build quality learning experiences
      • 31. Teach integrated information literacy (finding, using, and communicating information effectively)
      • 32. Motivate learners to read more
      • 33. Push information beyond the LMC into the classroom and home
    • 34.
    • 35.
    • 36. Program Administrator
      Student achievement drives our decision making.
    • 37. School Librarian as Program Administrator
      Cynthia Tidd
      Alexandria Central School Library
    • 38.
    • 39. The roles of the school librarian are many, but what we all have in common is our goal to empower our students as 21st century learners.

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