Journal of the American
Association of School Librarians
Published bimonthly September through June by the American Association of School Librarians, a division of the American Library Association, Knowledge Quest is devoted to offering substantive information to assist building-level school librarians, supervisors, library educators, and other decision makers concerned with the development of school library programs and services. Articles address the integration of theory and practice in school librarianship and new developments in education, learning theory, and relevant disciplines.
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Current Knowledge Quest
Volume 41, No. 5
This issue is devoted to the AASL 16th National Conference & Exhibition and features information related to the event, along with articles on the conference theme.
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The Table of Contents
Guest Editor column, “What’s on Your Conference Playlist?” by Sara Kelly Johns
New poll on “Imagining the Future and Making Designs to Get There”
New 30 Second Thought Leader videos answering the question, “What’s the most valuable take-away you got from an AASL conference that you still use today?"
Online Exclusive Resource: Students Lead the Way: Student-Centered Leadership Program Transforms Library and School by Gay Lynn Cronin!
Online Exclusive Feature: From the Other Side: A Vendor’s View of Conferences by Evan St. Lifer
Mentoring Through Partnerships
Getting to Know Graphic Novels
Personal Learning Networks
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Caring is Essential May/June 2012
AASL also offers a free feature article from a previous issue that ties that relates to the current issue. Click the link below to read the feature story: “Empowering Learners with Digital and Media Literacy” by Renee Hobbs from the May/June 2011 issue on “Turning the Page in Minneapolis!”