Global perspectives on school libraries : projects and practices / edited by Luisa Marquardt and Dianne Oberg ; foreword by Randi Lundvall and Diljit Singh.

Promoting literacies through the school library : "Reading opens all door : an integrated reading program at Genazano College in Melbourne, Australia" by Susan La Marca, Sandra Hardinge and Lyn Pucius.

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Bibliographic Details
Corporate Authors: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions. Section of School Libraries and Resource Centres., International Association of School Librarianship.
Other Authors: Marquardt, Luisa., Oberg, Dianne.
Format: Book
Published: Berlin ; New York : De Gruyter Saur, [2011]
Series:IFLA publications ; 148.
Table of Contents:
  • A self-evaluation model for school libraries in Portugal / Glória Bastos, Elsa Conde, and Rosa Martins
  • Building a model school library at Madrasah Tsanawiyah Negeri Piyungan in Yogyakarta, Indonesia / Labibah Zain, Marwiyah and Sri Rohyanti Zulaikha
  • Developing understanding of information literacy in the Croatian school environment / Sonja Špiranec and Mihaela Banek Zorica
  • Personal learning networks and participatory culture : getting teacher-librarians connected in the 21st century / Jennifer L. Branch and Joanne de Groot
  • A new operational culture : the case of the school library in the information society project in Oulu, Finland / Eeva Kurttila-Matero, Maija-Leena Huotari, and Terttu Kortelainen
  • Assessing school library learning environments / Barbara Schultz-Jones
  • Reading opens all doors : an integrated reading project at Genazzano College in Melbourne, Australia / Susan La Marca, Sandra Hardinge, and Lyn Pucius
  • Fun with readathon : helping Namibian children to love books / Andree-Jeanne Tötemeyer
  • Developing information literacy through primary school libraries in Nigeria / Virginia W. Dike, Margaret N. Ngwuchukwu, and Grace U. Onyebuchi
  • GiggleIT and global citizenship : school libraries, literacy, and laughter / Kathryn Massingill Manck, Patricia Carmichael, and Barbara Combes
  • Body in the library : a cross-curriculum transliteracy project / Judy O'Connell
  • HIV/AIDS corners in Botswana schools and libraries / Margaret Baffour-Awuah
  • School libraries and human rights / Marian Koren
  • Camels, burros, elephants, boats, and trucks : bringing books and literacy to children in remote communities / Ray Doiron
  • Botswana's book box service to primary schools / Margaret Baffour-Awuah
  • Participation of Croatian school librarians in teaching children with intellectual disabilities / Ivanka Stricevic and Ivana Peric
  • Lubuto library project : bringing knowledge to Zambian children / Stacy Langner, Jane Kinney Meyers, and Mary M. Wagner
  • Providing Web-based online reference resources for schools : an Alberta success story / Diane Galloway Solowan
  • The Belgrano day school model project : using mobile technology in a school library in Argentina / Ana Ester Rossaroli
  • Information literacy on the move : mobile learning with Netvibes, QR codes and more / Sarah Pavey
  • Web 2.0 and our school library at the Hamilton and Alexander College in Victoria, Australia / Margaret Simkin
  • The school library as a tool to empower literacy and improve schools : a Swedish government initiative / Helle Barrett, Bibi Eriksson, and Maria Gunnarsson-Contassot
  • School libraries in reading education and the promotion of information literacy : the Norwegian school library program / Siri Ingvaldsen
  • Seize the day! : developing school libraries in Finland / Liisa Niinikangas and Esa Poikela
  • A long walk to significant school libraries for all : government policies in Portugal, 1986-2010 / Maria José Vitorino
  • ENSIL : advocacy of school libraries in the educational context / Lourense H. Das
  • SLA : using advocacy and evidence to move forward / Tricia Adams
  • RusLA : policymaker for school library development / Tatiana Zhukova
  • IFLA SLRC : developing policy and guidelines / Randi Lundvall
  • IASL : sustaining the school library vision for 40 years / Dianne Oberg.