Tip #202


Illustrate to administrators and parent groups what the 21st century library looks like.  Replace the outdated images with excitement.

Submitted by the AASL Advocacy Committee

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2 Responses to Tip #202

  1. paugh says:

    Can you explain this idea further?

  2. D.Hand says:

    Take photos of your students when they are really engaged in library research – or using other library materials. Ask students to submit book trailers or reviews that you can post around the library. Make a slide show for your website of READ posters of your students with their favoite books. Ask a teacher or two what the library added to their class content. Use words and photos to demonstrate to eveyone the added value your library brings the school. The “old” image of libraries is a very quiet, static place that always looks the same; the “new” image is active and excited, colorful and energetic. Illustrate that change any way you can.

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