What’s in Teacher Librarian
Feature Articles exploring current issues such as collaboration, leadership, technology, advocacy, information literacy, and management. Feature articles are peer-reviewed.
Tips & Tactics by librarians, for librarians looking for great how-to ideas.
Special departments bring readers the latest bestsellers for K-12 students, strategies for dealing with management issues, and a profile of a leader in the profession. We also focus on events around the country and profile stories for advocacy and developing support for growth.
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Notebook by David Loertscher and Betty Marcoux. The coeditors editorialize on the current themes and issues in the field.
What Works by David Loertscher, co-editor. Covers specific research reports or strategies that have proven effective in teaching literacy.
From the Brain Trust by Betty Marcoux, co-editor. Interview of a someone with expertise and has made a difference in the field of school librarian work and education.
Advocacy by various writers from the field. How are librarians advocating and what are the best strategies that work to educated stakeholders of the role teacher-librarians play in today’s schools and the success of its students.
Personal Computing by Reid Goldsborough, a syndicated columnist whose articles appear online and in newspapers across the country.
InfoTech by Annette Lamb and Larry Johnson. Connects cutting-edge technology that classroom teachers and teacher-librarians need and can use with the curriculum.
Author Portrait by Julie Prince. Interview of children and young adult authors.
Primary Voices by Erlene Killeen. The primary voice is that of the practicing teacher-librarian. What are their concerns, needs, and best practices? These and more are addressed.
News from Vendors. An occasional column that covers new and innovative developments among school library vendors.
School Library Tech Ideas by Betty Marcoux, co-editor. Covers technology the teacher-librarian can use to make work better in the library.
And Furthermore…. Includes news of upcoming conferences, latest reports, as well as free products and services for the teacher-librarian, the student, or the teacher.
Teacher Librarian’s IssueComics: Provides readers with an opportunity to participate in the focus of each issue’s theme that is reflected in a comic strip.
Perspectives. For the librarian, administrator, teacher, board member, who would like to share their views, from their perspective in the field.