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School Libraries Worldwide issue on Library Education

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The editors of School Libraries Worldwide, the journal of the International Association of School Librarianship (IASL) are pleased to announce the release of Volume 18, Issue 2 (July 2012). School Libraries Worldwide is an international refereed scholarly journal of research relating to school librarianship and has been published since 1997.  This theme issue of library education has been guest edited by Gail Dickinson of Old Dominion University and Allison Kaplan of the University of Wisconsin, Madison.  

Contents are now available at to members at http://www.iasl-online.org/pubs/slw/july2012.htm and will be accessible through major databases including ProQuest and EBSCOHost.  There is a free public access article for this issue, noted and linked below.  

This is an issue of 120 pages of exciting research and thinking. The article list is included below.

Please enjoy this issue and consider contributing to an upcoming issue. 

Best regards,
Nancy Everhart and Marcia A. Mardis, editors


Theme: Library Education

Editorial

International Perspectives on School Library Education: From Face-to-Face to Distance
Guest Editors
 Gail Dickinson
Old Dominion University, USA
 Allison Kaplan
University of Wisconsin Madison, USA

 

The Roles of Professional Organizations in School Library Education: Case Studies from around the World
Lesley Farmer
California State University Long Beach, USA

The Evolution of ePortfolios for School Library Education: A Case Study
Stephanie A. Jones
Elizabeth Downs
Judi Repman
Georgia Southern University, USA

Educating School Librarians in the English-speaking Caribbean: The Case of the Department of Library and Information Studies at the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica
Paulette Stewart
The University of the West Indies, Jamaica


Preparing School Librarians in Rural Areas through Distance Education and Communities of Practice
Angel Kymes
 Barbara Ray
Northeastern State University, USA

 

Distance Learning as a Central Issue for the Learning and Professionalization Process of Professeurs Documentalistes: The French Synthesis of Transliteracy
Anne Cordier
Université de Rouen, France
 Anne Lehmans
Université de Bordeaux, France

 

Teacher-librarians Leading Change: Some Stories from the Margins
Genevieve Hart
University of the Western Cape, South Africa

 

The Three C’s of Distance Education: Competence, Creativity and Community
Ruth V. Small
Marilyn P. Arnone
Barbara K. Stripling
Renee F. Hill
Blythe Bennett
Syracuse University, USA

 

The School Library of Today: Guises and “Universal” Roles
Andrew K. Shenton
Monkseaton High School, UK
 Gwyneth Marshman
Freelance information specialist, UK

 

School Library Education in Thirteen Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa
Numerous authors - edited by Helen Boelens and Henk van Dam

Integration of Evidence-based Library and Information Practice into School Library Education: A Case Study (free public access article)  
Maria Cahill
Jennifer Richey
Texas Woman’s University, USA

 

Dispositions in the Twenty-first Century School Library Profession

Sue C. Kimmel
Gail K. Dickinson
Carol A. Doll
Old Dominion University, USA

 

 

 

Dr. Nancy Everhart

Director, School Library Media Program

Director, PALM Center 

School of Library and Information Studies

Florida State University

Florida's I-School

252 Louis Shores Building

Tallahassee, FL 32306

(850)644-8122

everhart@fsu.edu

 


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2nd Call for Proposals : IASL international conference in Doha, Qatar. November 2012.

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2nd CALL FOR PROPOSALS – NB: NEW DEADLINE FOR RESEARCH PAPERS

 

The Qatar International School Librarians will be hosting the 41st Annual Conference of the International Association of School Librarianship incorporating the 16th International Forum on Research in School Librarianship from 11 – 15th November 2012. Our theme is “The Shifting Sands of School Librarianship” and the major strands are:
Internationalism, Innovation and Creativity, Collaboration, and Literacies and
Fluencies. (See our website at iasl2012.org)

 

We are seeking presentations in the following categories:

Workshop or Presentation for Concurrent Session - 50 minutes, or 1 hour and 50 minutes, Any presentation style, Any topic related to one or more of the conference strands and school librarianship.
Application deadline: April 15, 2012

 

Presentation of Professional Paper or Previously Published Article or Paper

Same as above, with the addition of the presentation of a paper that may be included in our conference proceedings.
Application deadline: April 15, 2012

 

Presentation of New Research as Part of the Peer-Reviewed International Research Forum Same as above, with the presentation of new, formal research. All papers will be peer-reviewed by an international committee and will be published in our conference proceedings.
NEW Application deadline: April 1, 2012

 

Trade Presentation

50 minutes or 1 hour and 50 minutes
Commercial presentation of product or service related to school librarianship
Application deadline: April 15, 2012

 

To apply to be a presenter at the conference, fill out the form at:

http://tinyurl.com/75yukgt

The form can only be submitted online.

To see a document version of the questions so you can save your answers for your own records, use this link: http://tinyurl.com/7lppeqm

 

For information on the program, please contact Linda Hoiseth at lhoiseth@asd.edu.qa


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