S1: collaboration with teachers and promotion of reading programs S2: Management of staff and volunteers, promotion of funding and wise use of budget S3: Integration of new and emerging technology and open access to information S4: Creation of library environment that meets informational and recreational needs of patrons S5: Creation of collection and activities that are culturally diverse and meet needs of community members S6: Create a professional network of relationships through professional associations, workshops and conferences to bring the best to the library
State of the library 2010
State of the Librariesin TMISD<br />Presented by <br />Debbie Van Zandt, High School Librarian<br />Angela Steagall, Middle School Librarian<br />Libby McGee, Intermediate School Librarian<br />Sarah Moore, Primary School Librarian<br />Compiled by <br />Robert Steagall, MLS Candidate, SHSU<br />
TAKS, TEA, CSCOPE…..<br /> We are driven by these extrinsic agencies, systems and accountabilities in the education world….. and so is the library!<br />
Did you know that School Library Programs also have state standards that are mandated by the State of Texas?<br />www.tsl.state.tx.us/ld/schoollibs/slsAdopted2005.doc<br />
School Library Standards are Learner-Centered:<br />S1: Teaching and Learning<br />S2: Leadership and Management<br />S3: Technology and Information Access<br />S4: Library Environment<br />S5: Connections to Community<br />S6: Information Science and Librarianship<br />
Tuloso-Midway Libraries are led by a team of certified librarians who focus on these core values:<br /> -Academic Achievement-Access for All-Reading-Lifelong Learning<br /> -Technology-Information Literacy-Innovation-Intellectual Freedom<br />
The library is supposed to be the academic center of the school.<br />We have come so far, but we still have a long way to go…and that is just to reach the “Acceptable” mark!<br />There are still the goals of “Recognized” and “Exemplary” <br />to be met so that our libraries can help our students be “Recognized” and “Exemplary”!<br />
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