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As COVID Continues to Pressure Kids and Communities, Libraries Lean In to Support Mental Health

Public Librarians Are Working, Making Plans While Facing an Unknown Future | SLJ COVID-19 Survey

Summer Reading Programs Going Virtual This Year | SLJ COVID-19 Survey

What Are Librarians Doing While Libraries Are Closed? Planning Summer Reading and Much More. | SLJ COVID-19 Survey

Answering the Crisis, Public Libraries Collaborate with Schools, Other Organizations to Serve Communities | SLJ COVID-19 Survey

Purchasing in Public Libraries Shifts to Digital, Budget Concerns Impact Ordering | SLJ COVID-19 Survey

SLJ’s Average Book Prices for 2020

What Librarians Are Doing to Support Students and Teachers in the Shutdown | SLJ COVID-19 Survey

For Librarians, Supporting Student Reading Remains a Core Service | SLJ COVID-19 Survey

Who's Attempting to Replicate the Traditional School Day? Not Many. | SLJ COVID-19 Survey

Print or Digital: Where School Librarians Expect to Spend | SLJ COVID-19 Survey

Measuring SEL Competencies in a Summer Learning Program

School Librarians Excel in Coding Instruction, Maker Ed, SLJ Survey Finds

SLJ Research reports for download

Maus, March Lead Top 10 List of Comics Used in Schools

Study Shows Large Print Books May Benefit All Students

School Librarians’ Wish Lists for Teaching Information Literacy


School Librarians Poised To Support Student Success, Information Literacy Survey Shows

The Key To Teaching College-Level Research


Lacking Research Skills, Students Struggle. School Librarians Can Help Solve the College Readiness Gap.


When It Comes To Connected Learning, Libraries Face an Awareness Problem. Enter the FamLAB Project.

Public Library Summer Programming Is Vital to Communities, SLJ Survey Shows

Public Libraries and Summer Programming: SLJ Survey and Resources Page

SLJ’s Average Book Prices for 2019

Librarians on a Mission: Create Diverse Collections

Digital Citizenship: New Teaching Strategies

Can Diverse Books Save Us?
In a divided world, librarians are on a mission.


Talking to Cyberbullied Kids—and to Bullies

Filtering, What Is It Good For?

News, Info and Highlights from ALA Annual | News Bites

Collaboration Puts Chicago History At Students' Fingertips


Study on Women in Social Studies Standards Finds Equity Issues

Picture Book Police Officers


MIT Developing Assessments To Quantify Makerspace Educational Value

What’s the State of Diverse Books in Libraries? We’re Fielding a Survey.


How To Boost Spatial Skills, Key to STEM Learning


VR Use Should be Minutes, Not Hours. New Study on Kids and Virtual Reality Advises Parents, Educators.


SLJ’s Average Book Prices for 2018


10,000 School Librarians and Counting | Editorial

Charter Schools, Segregation, and School Library Access


There's Little National Data About School Librarians. What Happened?


School Librarian, Where Art Thou?


A Perfect Storm Impacts School Librarian Numbers


Big Fish, Small Budget: Insights from SLJ's Spending Survey


Partnership Prepares Teens for College

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

What's Your Why? Defining Your Mission | Take the Lead


How To Become a Copyright Expert


Everyone’s Problem: Libraries Confront the Opioid Crisis


New Anti-Opioid Initiative Focuses on Prevention in Schools

Some secret strategies for serious searchers

Pat Scales Special Collections Room Opens | Picture of the Week

Despite Gains in Connectivity, 6.5 Million Students Lack High-Speed Internet Access in School

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

Information Prescriptions: Tools To Support Students’ Library Skills

Treasures from Four Historic Kid Lit Collections

Librarians Vote for the Top 100 Must-Have YA


Beyond Bilingual: Making Storytime Inviting to All English Language Learners

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


Nine Chrome Extensions (and a Google Add-On) too good to miss

Parsing the New ALA School Librarian Competencies Framework


Nurture Budding Researchers with a User-Friendly Database from Gareth Stevens

For Next Book, Jeff Baron Crowdsources 2,000 Kids' Opinions

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

Has the Opioid Crisis Impacted Your Library?

Nonfiction Creators on Inspiration, Research, and More | SLJ Day of Dialog 2017

How Universal Design Will Make Your Library More Inclusive

School Library Tech Budgets Rise | SLJ 2017 Technology Survey

School STEM Programs Designed by the Experts

Autism and Families | Professional Shelf


Toy "Sleepovers" Boost Kids’ Reading Skills, Says New Study


Survey: Bullying of Marginalized Students On the Rise


On student scrutiny: two strategies

2017 Scholastic Reading Report Reveals Extent of Book Ownership Divide


Cokie Roberts Captivates Kids at the Library of Congress | Pictures of the Week

SLJ’s Average Book Prices for 2017

Teaching News Literacy? Check Your Own Bias, Says Librarian


School Library Journal's Black History Month Pinterest Board

SLJ's News Literacy Pinterest Page

Teach Students Resilience, Empathy, and More with Social Emotional Learning Strategies


ILA Report: Digital Literacy Is Hot; Access to Books and Content Is Not

Scholastic's New Study Looks at Equity in Education


Wiegand Researches the History of U.S. Public School Libraries

Study on Maker Educators Outlines How Their Needs Can Be Met

Therapy by the Book


The Surprising Impact of Brain Games on Learning

SLJ Controversial Book Survey: Data and Findings

SLJ Controversial Books Survey Responses: Weighing Subject Matter


SLJ Controversial Book Survey: Comments About Age-Appropriateness

SLJ Controversial Books Survey: Word Clouds

D.I.Y. Censorship: An Infographic


SLJ Controversial Books Survey: Comments About Book Challenges


Unnatural Selection: More Librarians Are Self-Censoring


Comparing Librarians' and Teachers' Self-Censoring Patterns

Tips in Time for International Literacy Day

 Streamline Student Research With Wolfram|Alpha Add-Ons

JournalTOCs and other “pushy” scholarly tools

Data Crunching Proved This School Library Program Was Crucial


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