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Centering Our Values through Classroom-Library Collaboration:

The Key to Enacting School Librarian Leadership


Presenter: Judi Moreillon, MLS, PhD  

Editor: Core Values in School Librarianship: Responding with Commitment and Courage (Libraries Unlimited 2021)

Author: Maximizing School Librarian Leadership: Building Connections for Learning and Advocacy (ALA 2018).


Location:      AASL National Conference 2021, Salt Lake City, Utah



Positioning library values--equity, diversity, inclusion, and intellectual freedom--at the center of the academic program benefits the learning community. Classroom-library collaboration for instruction results in equitable access to diverse and inclusive resources and programming. Coteaching ensures that learners have physical access and increased opportunities for intellectual access to ideas and information and to exercise intellectual freedom. With a values-centered practice, school librarians lead the entire school community toward success.


Self-Assessment Growth Plan for Values-Centered Collaboration: Sample School Librarian Building-Level Plan for Values-Centered Collaboration


The slide deck .pdf file for this presentation:Centering_Core_Values_102321.pdf



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