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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Volume 42, No. 5
The theme for the May/June 2014 Knowledge Quest is Creativity and Innovation. In order to stay ahead of the curve, school librarians must be creative and innovative in their approach to their programs. This issue discusses what creativity is and how school librarians can take creativity to action in their programs.
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The Table of Contents
Guest Editor column, “Caution: Nurturing Creativity Is Not for the Faint of Heart,” by Jami Jones
A podcast with Jami about her issue on “Creativity and Innovation”
A new poll on pressing issues in the school library field that have been put aside due to other priorities
New 30 Second Thought Leader videos answering the question, “How can school librarians foster creativity and innovation in their school library programs as part of the assessment-driven atmosphere in education today?”
Beyond the Core
Dewey or Don't We
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Caring Is Essential May/June 2012