The ICfL's Supporting Beginning Readers workshop is a fun, relaxed, one-day workshop designed to help librarians get ready for young readers.
Through an Education Innovation Research (EIR) Grant awarded by the US Department of Education's Office of Innovation and Improvement, Idaho will join five states in piloting the Waterford UPSTART [...]
Childhood abuse and neglect is an issue that affects many families and can have an adverse impact on communities. Children who experience the trauma of child abuse struggle to [...]
At several ICfL events this summer, there were conversations about the merits and demerits of investing in a Graphic Novel collection for the school library. There are so many questions [...]
There is plenty of room on the waiting list for school librarians who are interested in attending Summer Summit 2018! This year's Summit will be held in Boise on July [...]
In February, we discussed the Shared Foundations (Inquire, Include, Collaborate, Curate, Explore, and Engage) and their Accompanying Key Commitments. This month, we'll cover the next level of detail in the [...]
The AASL National School Library Standards are actually three sets of standards: one for learners; one for school librarians; and one for the school library program itself. All three of [...]
Sometimes when a new set of standards is introduced, it is difficult to know where to start, how to apply them, and how a set of standards fits with existing [...]