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Our Published School Librarians

 

Hyman, Shannon. “Planning and Creating a Library Learning Commons.” Teacher Librarian 41.3 (2014): 16-21. Print.

Hamlin, Deanna. “Steven Layne Visits Ruby F. Carver Elementary School.”VAASL VOICE 2 (Jan.-Feb. 2014): 10. Print.

Hyman, Shannon.  (2013). “Creating Virtual Spaces.” Knowledge Quest Journal 41, no.5, 36-39.  Print.

Ricks, Joyce Jones. (2013). “Collaborating Partners: An Effective Mentoring Program for School Libraries.”  Knowledge Quest Journal 41, no.4, 6-8.  Print.

Martin, Ann M. and Melissa P. Johnston. (2013). Editor’s Column. “ Mentoring through Partnerships.”  Knowledge Quest Journal 41, no.4, 6-8.  Print.

Branyon, Angie and Marcialyn Ellis, Theresa Harris, Susan Howe, Mary Ellen Jones, Deanna Pollard, Joyce Ricks, Kathleen Riopelle Roberts.  (2012).  “Quotes on Caring.”  Knowledge Quest Journal 40, no. 4, 66.  Print.

Martin, Ann M.  (2012). Chapter: 2 “Taking a Proactive Stance.” Activism and the School Librarian: Tools for Advocacy and Survival. Edited by Deborah Levitov. ABC-Clio.

Hyman, S. (2012). “How do we figure out a way to assess efficiently with fidelity and consistency without compromising authenticity?” in “Nudging toward inquiry: Sharpening our approach to summative assessment.” by K. Fontichiaro. School Library Monthly, May 2012.

Hardin, R. (2012). Library Program Evaluation: The AASL Planning Guide. School Library Monthly, 28 (May-June 2012), 11-13.

Panter, Suzanna and Rebecca Kelley.  (2012). “Powwow for Learning: American Indian Tribe Inspires Coteaching Project at Dumbarton Elementary School.”  Knowledge Quest Journal 40, no.4, 20-27.  Print.

Martin, Ann M.  2012. Seven Steps to an Award-Winning School Library Program. 2nd ed.  Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited.

Mabry, Lauren. (2012).”Competitive Advantage.” Knowledge Quest. 40, no. 3 66-71. Print.

Spisak, Jenifer R. “ABDO Graphic Novels and Teacher’s Guides.” Library Media Connection. 30.5 (2012): 53. Print.

Arp, Caroline Rose. “Things Are Not Always as They Seem.” School Library Monthly 28.3 (2011): 55-57. Print.

Hyman, Shannon. (2011). “You had me at ‘hello’.” in School libraries: What’s now, what’s next, what’s yet to come. ed. K. Fontichiaro and B. Hamilton. eBook. http://smashwords.com/books/view/96705 .

Martin, Ann, Westmoreland, Douglas and Angie Branyon.  “New Design Considerations that Transform the Library into an Indispensable Learning Environment.”  Teacher Librarian 38, no.5, 15. Print.

Spisak, Jen. “Multimedia Learning Stations.” Library Media Connection 33.3 (2014): 16-18. Print.

HCPS Inclusions in Books

Moreillon, Judi, and Susan D. Ballard. Instructional Partnerships: A Pathway to Leadership. Chicago: American Association of School Librarians, 2013. Print. (Inclusion of Suzanna Panter Article)

Martin, Ann M.  2012. Seven Steps to an Award-Winning School Library Program. 2nd ed.  Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited. (Inclusion of Hattie Smart and Kim Holloway lesson plans)

Lehman, Kathy and Lori Donovan.  2011. Power Researchers: Transforming Student Library Aides Into Action Learners.  Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited.  (Inclusion of Margaret Marquis lesson plan)