Appendix 8: Recommended Resources

Recommended Resources

American Association of School Librarians (2007). Standards for the 21st century learner. Retrieved
from http://www.ala.org/aasl/standards/learning

Asselin, Marlene, Branch, J.L., & Oberg, D. Eds.(2003).  Achieving information literacy: Standards for school library programs in Canada. Ottawa, ON: Canadian School Library Association/Association for Teacher-Librarianship in Canada. Retrieved from http://www.accessola.org/web/slic

Canadian Library Association (CLA). (2011). Canadian guidelines on library and information services for people with disabilities: Position statements.

Canadians for 21st Century Learning and Innovation (2012). Shifting minds: A 21st century vision of public education for Canada. Retrieved from http://www.c21canada.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Shifting-Minds-Revised.pdf

Fullan, Michael. (2013). Great to excellent: Launching the next stage of Ontario’s education
agenda. Retrieved from http://www.michaelfullan.ca/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/13_Fullan_Great-to-Excellent.pdf

Haycock, Ken. (2003). The crisis of school libraries in Canada. Toronto, ON: Association of Canadian
Publishers. Retrieved from http://bccsl.ca/download/HaycockReport.pdf

Koechlin, Carol, Loertscher, D.V., & Zwaan, S. (2011). The new learning commons where learners win: Reinventing school libraries and computer labs, 2nd ed. Salt Lake City, UT: Hi Willow Research and Publishing.

Koechlin, Carol, Loertscher, D. & Rosenfeld, E. (2010). Building a learning commons: A guide for administrators and learning leadership teams. Salt Lake City, UT: Hi Willow Research and Publishing.

Loertscher, David V., Koechlin, C. & Rosenfeld, E. (2012). The virtual learning commons. Salt Lake City, UT: Learning Commons Press.

National Reading Campaign. (2013). State of school libraries still leaves a lot to be desired. Research and Resources. Retrieved from http://www.nationalreadingcampaign.ca/research/state-of-school-libraries-still-leaves-a-lot-to-be-desired/

Oberg, Dianne. (2014). Ignoring the evidence: Another decade of decline for school libraries. Education Canada, 54 (1). Retrieved from http://www.cea-ace.ca/education-canada/article/ignoring-evidence-another-decade-decline-school-libraries

Ontario Library Association. (2014). Together for learning: School libraries and the emergence of the learning commons: creating and transforming physical and virtual learning spaces. Toronto, ON. Retrieved from http://togetherforlearning.ca/t4l-vision-document/

People for Education. (2011). School libraries and information literacy. People for Education Annual Report. Retrieved  from http://www.peopleforeducation.ca/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/School-Libraries-2011.pdf

Scholastic Library Publishing. (2016). School libraries work! Retrieved from http://www.scholastic.com.au/assets/pdfs/school-libraries-work.pdf   

Sykes, Judith (2013). Conducting action research to evaluate your school library. Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited.

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