Missouri’s school libraries are transforming – physically, virtually, and philosophically – to meet the needs of our students, staff, parents, and community. Our libraries are adapting to today’s needs, building skills beyond just reading and research, and reaching into the areas of making and creating. Please use the following resources to advocate for your role in the school community!
MASL is launching a social media campaign titled Let’s Talk About #WhatWeDo for the 2018-19 academic year. We have nine monthly themes that run from August until April. On the 10th of each month, use the monthly theme to show that #WhatWeDo supports teaching and learning! You can post your reply to Twitter (be sure to include @MASLOnline!) or comment on the MASL’s Facebook post for that month’s theme. You can post any time of day from anywhere and include media if you have photos or videos to share.
Download the Let’s Talk About #WhatWeDo campaign poster below and look for our monthly reminders to post!
Created for the digital supplement School Libraries Transform Learning, this infographic includes statistics and quotes on the school librarians’ impact on student learning and leadership within the school. The infographic is freely available for download by members of the media and general public provided no alterations are made and that the posting is for education, noncommercial purposes only.
Strong School Libraries Build Strong Students
Created by the AASL Legislation Committee, this infographic is freely available for download by members of the media and general public provided no alterations are made and that the posting is for education, noncommercial purposes only. Additional resources are also available.
Working Together Is Working Smarter Infographic
This infographic details key school librarian findings from Remolding Literacy Learning: Making Room for What Works, a report released by the National Center for Literacy Education (NCLE). The report details key findings from a nationwide survey and investigates the connection between professional learning, educator collaboration, and student learning.