CHICAGO – Newly published research study from the American Association of School Librarians’ (AASL) peer-reviewed online journal, School Library Research (SLR), used systematic literature review methodology to examine international empirical research in the field of school and youth librarianship to identify and categorize published empirical research on LGBTQIA+ topics. Articles can be accessed for free at www.ala.org/aasl/slr.
CHICAGO—Core: Leadership, Infrastructure, Futures is excited to announce the release of a new course, Fundamentals of Universal Design for Learning (FUDL). This 6-week online course introduces the fundamental aspects of universal design for learning.
CHICAGO–Core hosts the webinar “Best of Core at ALA Annual Conference: A Strategic Plan to Live By” on August 23, 2023, at 1 p.m. CT. Strategic planning is a routine part of library leadership, but what if the ordinary planning process was made transformative?
CHICAGO–Core is pleased to present a new webinar collection, “Best of Core at ALA Conference." The next webinar in this series is on August 8, 2023. These webinars are based on programs presented at the 2023 ALA Annual Conference and Exhibition.
CHICAGO—Join Core from September 11 to September 29, 2023, for the Core Classroom “Building Our Strengths Together.” One of the qualities of leadership is the ability to recognize the strengths of those around you and your own strengths in order to unleash your talents and the talents of those around you.
CHICAGO–Join Core on August 9, 2023, at 1 p.m. CT for the webinar “Best of Core at ALA Annual Conference: Co-worker to Supervisor; Managing Previous Peers.” The past two years changed so much in our industry that more managers are choosing to retire or reduce their hours, which in turn creates exciting new openings. Here we will closely examine the excitement, reward, pitfalls and demands that come from the transition from co-worker to supervisor. Group discussions will focus on internal promotions and upward mobility.
CHICAGO — Published by the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) and ALA Editions, “Assessing Learners: Using the AASL Standards to Measure Competency and Growth” unpacks a complex and critical area of school library instruction aligned to the National School Library Standards. Readers will be able to appropriately select or design assessment tools to measure learner understanding and growth.