Library Association Tools:
AASL, TASL, ALSC, Future Ready Schools, and more
2017 AASL Standards
Blogs and Websites by TX School Librarians
Building a Culture of Collaboration to support student and educator success, where the authors share research and musings, news and views, and prompt lively conversations regarding collaboration between school librarians, classroom teachers, specialists, school administrators, and others involved in improving 21st-century literacy learning for youth.
ALSC offers great advocacy resources - a web page, a weekly challenge, ...
Everyday Advocacy from ALSC: Learn, Share, Make a Difference
Resources for Libraries to Engage Communities from ALA's Transforming Libraries initiative.
Many of the resources listed on this page is shared from the American Association of School Librarians, a division of the American Library Association, advocacy website at www.ala.org/aasl/advocacy.
For additional free resources visit www.ala.org/aasl. Used with permission.
Other Advocacy Resources
FutureReady.org. “FutureReady Libraries Fact Sheet.” (FutureReady, 2016)
FutureReady.org. “Future Ready Librarians: About the Effort.” (FutureReady, 2016)
New Jersey Assn. of School Librarians (NJASL). Unlock Student Potential: Support Highly Effective School Library Programs in New Jersey.” (NJASL Advocacy Toolkit, 2016)
MASL (Missouri Assn. of School Librarians). “Because of You Missouri School Libraries Transform.” (Presented at ALA Orlando, June 2016)
Sweeney, PC. “How is EveryLibrary Different And How Does It Support Libraries?” (EveryLibrary.org, May 2, 2016)
School Library Advocacy on ScoopIt, edited by Karen Bonanno.
School Library Advocacy on Pinterest, edited by Sara Kelly Johns.
School Library Advocacy, edited by Christie Kaaland, Debra Kachel, and Deborah D. Levitov.