Ask a Librarianis a service run for the residents of Florida. Offering a virtual reference service, and a 24 hour email service, this is another example of how libraries are agile and differentiating their service from the search engines.
This site also includes Hurricane Help which focuses on best serving the community by connecting them to services they require to get through natural disasters.
Have you been here, where you’re standing next to a student, looking for a book for them, and you’re performing the little reference interview trying to extract what kind of book they’re after. Well look no further – a gem of a collection of the language of books is here from NoveList: The Secret Language of Books: A Guide to appeal. 2018 edition. This is great summer vacation preparatory reading before you go back into the library and face the new readers.
When faced with an area of research, we need to be able to formulate questions to help us understand it. This brilliant website offers the educator, student and parent some ways to help formulate questions. Enjoy!
A great range of tips that makes the statement that behaviour is often the reflection of what is occurring internally in the student. I found the article proactive and all about building the skills of both the student and the teacher/Librarian, and creating a valuable toolbox that can be used to build resilience and persistence.
As a parent whose child has undergone the Resilience Project,I have noticed a great improvement in behaviour because they now have access to a toolbox of coping mechanisms and strategies.