School Libraries Worldwide

School Libraries Worldwide is a magazine focusing on Education

Articles from Vol. 16, No. 2, July

Features of Elementary School Library Poetry Collections: A Collection Analysis Study
An analysis of the poetry holdings of 72 elementary school libraries in one American public school district addressed the research question: What are some distinguishing features of elementary school library poetry collections? The study data was collected...
Further Understanding of Collaboration: A Case Study of How It Works with Teachers and Librarians
Collaboration between teachers and librarians is considered an essential element of school librarians' work. This case study examined a collaborative effort between teachers and librarians from diverse areas of expertise who collaborated in designing...
Issues for the Next Decade
This is my farewell issue, my final issue, as Editor of School Libraries Worldwide. I begin by welcoming most enthusiastically the two new Editors, Dr. Marcia Mardis and Dr. Nancy Everhart, both faculty members at the Florida State University's College...
Leopards on the Move: School Libraries in Europe
The purpose of this paper is to give a general and up-to-date overview of the situation of school libraries and the school librarianship in Europe, focussing particularly but not exclusively, on those countries currently forming the European Union. The...
School Library Impact Studies and School Library Media Programs in the United States
Since 1993, studies in the United States and Canada have reported a positive relationship between strong school library media programs and student achievement. These studies have been seen as useful tools for promoting the need for school library media...
Shared Vision: A Key to Successful Collaboration?
A three-phase Australian study designed to help students learn to avoid plagiarism gave rise to some interesting and potentially useful findings about collaboration between teachers and teacher librarians. Although the original research purpose was not...
Video Games as Digital Learning Resources: Implications for Teacher-Librarians and for Researchers
For many teens of both genders in industrialized countries, video gaming is an integral part of their play and of their informal learning. This qualitative study explored the learning experiences of adolescents as they played recreational video games...
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