Strategies for safeguarding student data in schools and libraries, and student privacy in general, in the information age.
From astronomy and salsa storytime to family literacy and more, these programming ideas for the year ahead hit it out of the park.
In the era of fake news, librarians are our best hope for educating kids about bogus reporting, biased points of view, and more.
Kent Turner, SLJ’s DVD editor, hand-picked these top-shelf productions that offer educational—as well as entertainment—value.
Daryl Grabarek, SLJ’s resident app guru, curates a stellar list of the best educational and story apps produced in the past year.
Libro por libro contributors Lucia Acosta, Ruth Quiroa, and Tim Wadham select superlative titles about the Latinx experience.
Cover artist Christian Robinson talks about his work, his interests, and some of his forthcoming picture books to keep an eye out for.
Must-have albums from 2016, destined to get toes tapping, selected by ClefNotes columnist, Veronica DeFazio.
A librarian brings lessons from a Chicago high school to a new library leadership post at the East St. Louis (IL) School District.
The gift from the Broad Foundation will support “student zones” with free computer use, Wi-Fi, printing, and assistance from on-site homework helpers.
A year after Karen Jensen and staff opened a teen maker space at the Public Library of Mount Vernon and Knox County (OH), she assesses what worked, what didn’t, and how to move forward.
Help students find solace, insight, and inspiration while reading. Plus, trauma-response resources for educators.
From Ranger Rick to Rookie, these thoughtfully curated, smartly designed, and engagingly written magazines are sure to entice patrons, from babies and toddlers to teenagers.
Restricting books with controversial content is on the rise in school libraries, according to SLJ’s 2016 Controversial Books Survey, which explores self-censorship.