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Uncommonly Good: Public Librarians and School Librarians Working Together For Common Core
American Library Association
  • Deborah Parrott, East Tennessee State University
  • Reneé C. Lyons, East Tennessee State University
Document Type
Presentation
Publication Date
6-25-2016
Description
What do public librarians and school librarians have in common? We all want to serve our patrons as well as contribute to literacy and higher reading rates within our communities. Since the adoption of Common Core Standards in many states, users have called on librarians for assistance with information, resources and knowledge relating to these standards. Public librarians and school librarians can effectively collaborate to help each other reach their goals of user satisfaction and increased reading. Join this session to discover the fundamentals of Common Core and how we can help.
Location
Orlando, FL
Citation Information
Deborah Parrott and Reneé C. Lyons. "Uncommonly Good: Public Librarians and School Librarians Working Together For Common Core" American Library Association (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/renee-lyons/10/