Global Perspectives On School Libraries (IFLA Publication # 148)

Dall’impegno dell’IFLA-IASL Joint Steering Committe ecco finalmente disponibile “Global Perspectives on School Libraries: Projects and Practices” (IFLA 148, http://www.degruyter.de/cont/imp/saur/detail.cfm?id=IS-9783110232202-1&fg=BB-01).

Il “lancio” ufficiale avverrà nelle prossime conferenze IASL e IFLA, ma intanto chi è interessato può scorrere il sommario:

Foreword : Messages from the Sponsoring Associations / Randi Lundvall and Diljit Singh

Introduction : School Libraries: Joint Efforts for a Key Role / Luisa Marquardt
Part 1  School Library Education and Implementation Models
Chapter 1: A Self-Evaluation Model for School Libraries in Portugal / Gloria Bastos, Elsa Conde and Rosa Martins
Chapter 2: Building a Model School Library at Madrasah Tsanawiyah Negeri Piyungan in Yogyakarta, Indonesia / Labibah Zain, Marwiyah and Sri Rohyanti Zulaikha
Chapter 3: Developing Understanding of Information Literacy in the Croatian School Environment / Sonja Spiranec and Mihaela Banek Zorica
Chapter 4: Personal Learning Networks and Participatory Culture: Getting Teacher-Librarians Connected in the 21st Century /  Jennifer L. Branch and Joanne de Groot
Chapter 5: 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
Chapter 6: Assessing School Library Learning Environments / Barbara Schultz-Jones
Part 2  Promoting Literacies through the School Library
Chapter 7: Reading Opens All Doors: An Integrated Reading Project at Genazzano College in Melbourne, Australia / Susan La Marca, Sandra Hardinge and Lyn Pucius
Chapter 8: Fun with Readathon: Helping Namibian Children to Love Books / Andree-Jeanne Totemeyer
Chapter 9: Developing Information Literacy through Primary School Libraries in Nigeria / Virginia W. Dike, Margaret N. Ngwuchukwu and Grace U. Onyebuchi
Chapter 10: GiggleIT and Global Citizenship: School Libraries, Literacy, and Laughter / Kathryn Massingill Manck, Patricia Carmichael, and Barbara Combes
Chapter 11: Body in the Library: A Cross-Curriculum Transliteracy Project / Judy O’Connell
Chapter 12: HIV/AIDS Corners in Botswana Schools and Libraries / Margaret Baffour-Awuah
Part 3  School Libraries for All
Chapter 13: School Libraries and Human Rights / Marian Koren
Chapter 14: Camels, Burros, Elephants, Boats and Trucks: Bringing Books and Literacy to Children in Remote Communities / Ray Doiron
Chapter 15: Botswana’s Book Box Service to Primary Schools / Margaret Baffour-Awuah
Chapter 16: Participation of Croatian School Librarians in Teaching Children with Intellectual Disabilities / Ivanka Stricevic and Ivana Peric
Chapter 17: Lubuto Library Project: Bringing Knowledge to Zambian Children / Stacy Langner, Jane Kinney Meyers and Mary M. Wagner
Part 4  Expanding the Reach of School Libraries through Technology
Chapter 18: Providing Web-Based Online Reference Resources for Schools: An Alberta Success Story / Diane GallowaySolowan
Chapter 19: The Belgrano Day School Model Project: Using Mobile Technology in a School Library in Argentina / Ana Ester Rossaroli
Chapter 20: Information Literacy on the Move: Mobile Learning with Netvibes, QR Codes and More / Sarah Pavey
Chapter 21: Web 2.0 and Our School Library at The Hamilton and Alexander College in Victoria, Australia / Margaret Simkin
Part 5  Government Initiatives for School Library Development
Chapter 22: The School Library as a Powerful Tool to Empower Literacy and Improve Schools: A Swedish Government Initiative / Helle Barrett, Bibi Eriksson and Maria Gunnarsson Contassot
Chapter 23: School Libraries in Reading Education and the Promotion of Information Literacy:  The Norwegian School Library Programme / Siri Ingvaldsen
Chapter 24: Seize the Day! Developing School Libraries in Finland / Liisa Niinikangas and Esa Poikela
Chapter 25: A Long Walk to Significant School Libraries for All: Government Policies in Portugal, 1986-2010 / Maria Jos� Vitorino
Part 6  Organizations for School Library Advocacy and Development
Chapter 26: ENSIL: Advocacy of School Libraries in the Educational Context / Lourense H. Das
Chapter 27: SLA: Using Advocacy and Evidence to Move Forward / Tricia Adams
Chapter 28: RuSLA: Policymaker for School Library Development / Tatiana Zhukova
Chapter 29: IFLA SLRC: Developing Policy and Guidelines / Randi Lundvall
Chapter 30: IASL: Sustaining the School Library Vision for 40 Years / Dianne Oberg
Afterword / Luisa Marquardt and Dianne Oberg
Index

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