Looking Back @ Changing Dewey Decimal Numbers for Student Access

If you’re confused by Dewey Decimal Numbers on certain books and wish students could find them more easily, it’s OK to change those numbers! Help student access to books with useful modifications, helpful options, and creative adjustments to DDC in your school library. #NoSweatLibrary #schoollibrary #deweydecimals #organizingstrategies Continue reading

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Looking Back @ Helpful Informational Handouts

School Librarians can save a lot of time if we anticipate common questions from students, teachers, administrators, or parents, and prepare helpful informational handouts that are customized for each type of patron. Here are some suggestions & a few FREE downloads. #NoSweatLibrary #schoollibrary #readingpromotion #teachercollaboration #parentcommunication Continue reading

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Looking Back @ Effective Use of Videos

Videos can introduce complex information and procedures better than any other tool or strategy. Their most effective use is in short, 2-5 minute segments—certainly no longer than 15 minutes. Here are 5 short videos I’ve created to use with my students. Feel free to use them with yours! #NoSweatLibrary #schoollibrary #teachwithtech #videos Continue reading

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