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Media Literacy Week on Participate

The Digital Lives of Tweens

Digital Citizenship: New Teaching Strategies

Join the Children’s Rights to Read Campaign

Little Free Libraries: Pet Projects or Literacy Tools?

Rachel Payne, Jessica Ralli To Pen SLJ Early Learning Column, “First Steps”

How Susie Jaramillo Created a Media Company with an Educational, Cross-Cultural, and Intergenerational Mission

Google Launches Dataset Search

Love Them or Hate Them, Classroom Libraries Can Provide Partnership Opportunities

Filtering, What Is It Good For?

A little help from our academic friends: Five fine portals for instructional fodder

Higher Ground: Getting College Ready in the Library

Collaboration Required | Editorial

Powered by Partnerships: Winning Formulas for School-Public Library Collaborations

Unlimited Engagement: Helping Teen Readers by Giving up the Struggle

Librarians Collaborate to Support English Language Learners and Their Families

The Great American Read and its sweet by-products

10 Ways To Avert the Summer Slide | Tech Tidbits

On that video about non-book reading


Makerspaces Help Kids Tap Potential, Find Confidence, Success, and Friendships

Fake News or Free Speech: Is There a Right to be Misinformed? (Free webinar!)


Catching Up With SLJ’s School Librarians of the Year and Honorees

Barbara Bush Leaves Legacy of Championing Literacy

Free Databases for California Schools in 2018–19, AASL Social Media Superstars, And More | News Bites

Your YAs are going to want to hear this: Audiobook SYNC is back

Get Ready to Log Those Minutes: It's Almost Time for Scholastic's "Magical" Summer of Reading

Don't Stress About Coding: Focus Shifts To Teaching Problem Solving Not Computer Skills

‘Read Woke’ School Reading Challenge Makes an Impact

Short Story Dispensers Spread Power of Literature

A video visit with your academic librarian: an idea for your seniors

Charter Schools, Segregation, and School Library Access


Black Girls' Literacies: Merging Theory and Practice


A Lively Database Instruction Game Gets an Upgrade with Digital Badges

Award-Winning Arts Education for Kids of All Abilities

A Diversity & Cultural Literacy Toolkit

YA A to Z: “Fake News” and Disinformation, a guest post by Diana Rodriguez Wallach

Incarcerated Teens Write Graphic Novels

Repurposing School Library Positions | Take the Lead

Summer Programming Ideas, from Ska Storytime to Outdoor Treasure Hunts

What Do I Teach Readers Tomorrow? | Professional Shelf

Negotiating Nuance

Professional Reading on Fandom, Library Spaces, & More

News literacy tools: Advice, four sites and a new app (Swiipe)

Book Review: Marley Dias Gets It Done: And So Can You! by Marley Dias

Thinking with the Super Bowl

Advocate This, Not That!

Customize Lesson Plans with StudySync

The Year in SLJ Covers | 2017

How My Library Doubled Its Circulation

Reading challenges/resolutions for the new year

A School Library's Free Bookstore Turbocharges Reading

Stargazing: Let’s Prioritize Environmental Literacy | Editorial

Move Over, Scholastic: Follett Launches Book Fairs

A true gift from SHEG: DIY digital literacy assessments and tools for historical thinking

iSL (Internet Second Language) Collective

Halloween Costumes with First Book: Go Big or Go Home

Brooklyn Public Library Offers Online PD Course on Information Literacy

Fountas and Pinnell Say Librarians Should Guide Readers by Interest, Not Level

Are Ebooks Better for Babies?

Professional Reading on the Genius Hour, Literacy-Based Programs, & More

Heather’s Research Xpress

Bathroom Book Blurbs: Reading Recommendations in Every Stall

Maker Movement Grows in K-12, with Librarians Leading the Way, Finds SLJ Survey

Smiles of Bibliophiles: Celebrating Books and Reading

Bringing a Better You Back to School | Editorial

Four Surefire Techniques for Engaging English Language Learners

Beyond Reading Levels: Choosing Nonfiction for Developing Readers

Google launches Applied Digital Skills

School Bus–Turned–Bookmobile Rolls Across Georgia

Show Me a Sign, Baby! Preverbal Kids and Sign Language

Beyond Bilingual: Making Storytime Inviting to All English Language Learners

Kid Magnets: Little Ones Love AWE and Hatch Early Learning Programs

Get Quacking: A Rubber Ducky Club Encourages 1,000 Early Learning Moments

These Teens Started a Sign Language Storytime and YouTube Channel

First Book To Increase Digital Resources with Tablets

13 Tips for Teaching News and Information Literacy

Books on Bikes Initiative Keeps Students Reading in Summer

Making the Most of Duolingo's Updates

Storytime: A Classic Library Service Boosts Literacy and More, Studies Show

Seven Tips for Teaching News Literacy to Eight- to 12-Year-Olds

A Is for Aspirational: Library Design for Developing Ambitions | Editorial

Why Kids Need Data Literacy, and How You Can Teach It

YouTube Kids Kicks Off Global Initiative with HarperCollins, Universal

3 Professional Reading Titles To Boost Literacy

Guided by Meaning in Primary Literacy: Libraries, Reading, Writing, and Learning by Joyce Carroll, Kelly Barger, Karla James & Kristy Hill | SLJ Review

Media Center to Learning Commons: One District’s Transformation

Supermoons Cause Tidal Waves—True or False? Our news literacy program challenges fourth graders to find out.

Educators Share Maker, STEM, and Digital Literacy Tools

Carla Hayden's Big Plans for Kids at the Library of Congress

Imagine Yourself a Young Reader in the Margins | #OwnVoices: Three Takes

Local Heroes: Librarians Address Inequity Where They See It

Barbershops Give Kids Free Cuts if They Read Aloud

Literate on Literacy | Public Library Think Tank

James Patterson To Give $1.75 Million To Bolster Classroom Libraries

Ex-Cop Tackles Literacy Decline in Appleton, WI

The Fake-News Fad: Let it Fade | Opinion

Fast-Tracking a More Radical Approach to Literacies | Editorial

Bookmobiles and Beyond: new library services on wheels serve newborns through teens

Día 2017: A Celebration of Literacy and Diversity

Experts Share Insight, Tools to Help Students Fight Fake News


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