Advocacy and Recruitment
These are some Web-based resources to support your advocacy and recruitment efforts.
|Tucson Unified School District Teacher-Librarians Position Paper: Prepared by the TUSD Teacher-Librarians Advocacy Group - January 2008 - New!|
|American Library Association Resolution: School Libraries and Librarians are Critical to Educational Success|
|Visit the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) Advocacy Toolkit on their Web site.|
|AASL's School Campaign|
|This Principals Brochure (pdf file) was created by Tucson Unified School District teacher-librarians for their principals. It was designed to raise expectations for school library programs.|
|QuickTime Video: "Libraries Are the Heart of the School" linked with permission from the Beaverton, Oregon School Librarians|
|Link to Lance and Loertscher's PowerPoint Presentations to Support the Instructional Role of Teacher-Librarians.|
|Link to a collection of Stephen Krashen's articles on reading and school libraries at Krashen's Korner|
|No School Left Behind - A 2004 TLD legislative initiative|
|Connie Champlin and David Loertscher's Reinvent Your School's Library and Watch Student Academic Achievement Increase|
|Get Caught Reading has some great ideas for reading promotions. Visit their Web site for event, flyer, and brochure ideas.|
|The Pennsylvania School Library Association is a proactive organization. They are in the process of outlining how the No Child Left Behind Act impacts school libraries. Visit the PSLA Web site for the report.|
|Visit the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) Recruitment to the Profession Clearinghouse Web site.|
|This Recruitment Brochure (pdf file) was created for you to share with master classroom teachers in your learning community. (The most effective way to recruit is one on one!)|
|The Ohio Library Council offers many exciting resources to support your recruitment efforts. The "Looking for Leaders in the Information Age," 8-minute videotape, and "Me? A Librarian?!!," 10-minute video, are particulary worthwhile. Visit the Publications Catalog page on their Web site.|
|The Central New Jersey Become A Librarian Web site has many wonderful resources. Among them is a tri-fold brochure called "Why I Love Being a Librarian!" (Download in rich text format.) Visit their homepage for inspiration. This is the link to their Recruitment Page.|
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Page Updated: 14 August 2008
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