Tag Archives: Elementary

Does Dewey Rock?

(written by Alisa Williams) I began using the library as a child going to story time at the public library. At that time, I liked that the shelves were short enough that I could reach almost up to the top, but … Continue reading

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Enhance Your District with E-books: What You Need to Know Before You Take the Plunge

(written by Anita Simic) E-books will enhance your collection but where do you begin once you decide to invest in them?  In this session, Ann Fondren discussed what to do, and what NOT to do through the process of adding e-books to … Continue reading

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Pat Miller Visits SLLA

Elementary Librarian Extraordinaire Pat Miller joined the School Library Leadership Class in Anchorage and shared a wealth of great ideas for instruction, promoting reading, meeting standards, engaging boys in reading, and managing our big jobs with less money and help. … Continue reading

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Are We Ready To Leave Dewey Behind?

(Written by Laura Guest, Turnagain Elem.) One of the most unique sessions at the ALA Conference this year was I WANT A TRUCK BOOK! Reorganizing Your Picture Book Collection to Meet the Needs of Young Patrons and Their Caregivers presented … Continue reading

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Creating an Elementary Library Presence on the Web

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