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Partneringwiththedarkside

  1. 1. Partnering With The Dark Side School & Public Librarians Working Together By Peggy Cummings Douglas County High School Librarian and Melissa Della Penna Philip S. Miller Youth Services Librarian
  2. 2. Myths
  3. 3. Myths What are some Myths about Public Libraries? What are some Myths about School Librarians?
  4. 4. School Librarians: Public Librarians:
  5. 5. School Librarians: Public Librarians: 1. Don’t want to work with us.
  6. 6. School Librarians: Public Librarians: 1. Don’t want to work with 1. Don’t have anything I us. need.
  7. 7. School Librarians: Public Librarians: 1. Don’t want to work with 1. Don’t have anything I us. need. 2. Never call back.
  8. 8. School Librarians: Public Librarians: 1. Don’t want to work with 1. Don’t have anything I us. need. 2. Never call back. 2. Hound us and take up time we don’t have.
  9. 9. School Librarians: Public Librarians: 1. Don’t want to work with 1. Don’t have anything I us. need. 2. Never call back. 2. Hound us and take up time we don’t have. 3. Are so busy and they are afraid we want to give them more work.
  10. 10. School Librarians: Public Librarians: 1. Don’t want to work with 1. Don’t have anything I us. need. 2. Never call back. 2. Hound us and take up time we don’t have. 3. Are so busy and they 3. Are trying to come are afraid we want to give between me and my them more work. teachers.
  11. 11. School Librarians: Public Librarians: 1. Don’t want to work with 1. Don’t have anything I us. need. 2. Never call back. 2. Hound us and take up time we don’t have. 3. Are so busy and they 3. Are trying to come are afraid we want to give between me and my them more work. teachers. 4. Have bad memories and they always forget plans that we made.
  12. 12. School Librarians: Public Librarians: 1. Don’t want to work with 1. Don’t have anything I us. need. 2. Never call back. 2. Hound us and take up time we don’t have. 3. Are so busy and they 3. Are trying to come are afraid we want to give between me and my them more work. teachers. 4. Have bad memories and 4. They sometimes have they always forget plans too many hoops to make it that we made. worth teachers' time to use their services.
  13. 13. School Librarians: Public Librarians: 1. Don’t want to work with 1. Don’t have anything I us. need. 2. Never call back. 2. Hound us and take up time we don’t have. 3. Are so busy and they 3. Are trying to come are afraid we want to give between me and my them more work. teachers. 4. Have bad memories and 4. They sometimes have they always forget plans too many hoops to make it that we made. worth teachers' time to use their services. 5. Are mean so I gave up trying to work with them.
  14. 14. School Librarians: Public Librarians: 1. Don’t want to work with 1. Don’t have anything I us. need. 2. Never call back. 2. Hound us and take up time we don’t have. 3. Are so busy and they 3. Are trying to come are afraid we want to give between me and my them more work. teachers. 4. Have bad memories and 4. They sometimes have they always forget plans too many hoops to make it that we made. worth teachers' time to use their services. 5. Are mean so I gave up 5. Are mean so I gave up trying to work with them. trying to work with them.
  15. 15. Facts School Librarians: Public Librarians:
  16. 16. Facts School Librarians: Public Librarians: 1. Are Teachers & Librarians.
  17. 17. Facts School Librarians: Public Librarians: 1. Are Teachers & Librarians. 2. Have VERY busy schedules.
  18. 18. Facts School Librarians: Public Librarians: 1. Are Teachers & Librarians. 2. Have VERY busy schedules. 3. Teacher Librarians understand what the other teachers need.
  19. 19. Facts School Librarians: Public Librarians: 1. Are Teachers & Librarians. 2. Have VERY busy schedules. 3. Teacher Librarians understand what the other teachers need. 4. Are held accountable for student learning.
  20. 20. Facts School Librarians: Public Librarians: 1. Are Teachers & 1. Want to work with the Librarians. schools. 2. Have VERY busy schedules. 3. Teacher Librarians understand what the other teachers need. 4. Are held accountable for student learning.
  21. 21. Facts School Librarians: Public Librarians: 1. Are Teachers & 1. Want to work with the Librarians. schools. 2. Have VERY busy 2. Want to help support schedules. the curriculum by providing materials. 3. Teacher Librarians understand what the other teachers need. 4. Are held accountable for student learning.
  22. 22. Facts School Librarians: Public Librarians: 1. Are Teachers & 1. Want to work with the Librarians. schools. 2. Have VERY busy 2. Want to help support schedules. the curriculum by providing materials. 3. Teacher Librarians 3. Want to advertise public understand what the library programs to a other teachers need. schools captive audience. 4. Are held accountable for student learning.
  23. 23. What We Want?
  24. 24. What We Want? Public Librarians want more access to the teachers so that we can make classroom visits and provide boxes of extra books and materials to your teachers.
  25. 25. What We Want?
  26. 26. What We Want? School Librarians want to know that there are friendly professional librarians with access to a larger collection. We need to know that public librarians are there to support us.
  27. 27. What Has Worked For Us Sharing Expertise
  28. 28. What Has Worked For Us Joint Book Club Meetings
  29. 29. What Has Worked For Us Promoting Events For Each Other
  30. 30. Giving Weeded Reference Books to the School Library
  31. 31. Database Sharing Guide to DCHS Student Databases Online DCHS students have on-campus access to the databases below due to a cooperative agreement between Douglas County School District and Douglas County Libraries. Home access with DCPL card number to the following databases for researching: all curriculum areas, including current and historical information is also available.
  32. 32. Colorado Blue Spruce Young Adult Book Award
  33. 33. What Public Librarians Can Do To Make It Work
  34. 34. What Public Librarians Can Do To Make It Work Contact the school librarian.
  35. 35. What Public Librarians Can Do To Make It Work Contact the school librarian. Share materials / forms.
  36. 36. What Public Librarians Can Do To Make It Work Contact the school librarian. Share materials / forms. Don’t get discouraged.
  37. 37. What Public Librarians Can Do To Make It Work Contact the school librarian. Share materials / forms. Don’t get discouraged. Ask what the School Librarian needs.
  38. 38. What School Librarians Can Do To Make It Work
  39. 39. What School Librarians Can Do To Make It Work Return calls and emails.
  40. 40. What School Librarians Can Do To Make It Work Return calls and emails. Try to make a little time.
  41. 41. What School Librarians Can Do To Make It Work Return calls and emails. Try to make a little time. Invite public librarians to school events.
  42. 42. What School Librarians Can Do To Make It Work Return calls and emails. Try to make a little time. Invite public librarians to school events. Advertise public library events.
  43. 43. What School Librarians Can Do To Make It Work Return calls and emails. Try to make a little time. Invite public librarians to school events. Advertise public library events. Wish list.
  44. 44. Why It’s Important
  45. 45. Why It’s Important Benefits the Students.
  46. 46. Why It’s Important Benefits the Students. Promotes Lifelong Learning.
  47. 47. Why It’s Important Benefits the Students. Promotes Lifelong Learning. Improves Student Research Skills.
  48. 48. Why It’s Important Benefits the Students. Promotes Lifelong Learning. Improves Student Research Skills. Models Professional Collaboration.
  49. 49. For More Information Please Contact Peggy Cummings at peggy.cummings@dcsdk12.0rg or Melissa Della Penna at mdellapenna@dclibraries.org

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