Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://repository.ifla.org/handle/123456789/1098
Title: Global Action on School Library Education and Training
Authors: IFLA School Libraries Section
Schultz-Jones, Barbara
Oberg, Dianne
Keywords: Subject::School libraries
Subject::School librarians
Subject::School library education
Subject::School library services
Subject::Education and training
Subject::Professional development
Subject::Teacher-librarians
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: De Gruyter Saur
Series/Report no.: IFLA Publications Series;Vol. 178.
Abstract: This book illuminates school librarian and teacher librarian education and training in light of the 2015 IFLA School Library Guidelines, second edition. The Guidelines provide a framework for effective service delivery to ensure that students and teachers have access to quality library services delivered by qualified librarians and information professionals. The book focuses on moving professional practice forward, translating the Guidelines into actions ensuring effective education and training and improved practice. The book highlights issues and concerns related to school librarian and teacher librarian education and training. What attitudes, skills and knowledge are required to inspire students and support teaching and learning effectively? What curriculum content is required? How are field and practical experiences integrated appropriately into face-to-face and online educational and training programmes? How are leadership skills developed effectively? Case studies and innovative educational and training programmes from around the world illustrate the diverse ways of preparing librarians for the roles identified in the Guidelines. Topics covered include: delivering school librarian credentialled programmes; improving school librarian services; providing professional development; preparing and delivering educational and/or cultural programmes and services; managing human resources; collection development of digital and print resources; innovative aspects of technology use; promotion and advocacy; and evaluation and assessment
URI: https://repository.ifla.org/handle/123456789/1098
ISBN: 9783110613124
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