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SCHOOL LIBRARY. By Ruben Karthak,Librarian KV Bengdubi. THE INFORMATION AGE SCHOOL LIBRARY . “It is hard set in motion what is still , or to stop what is in motion.” COBHAM BREWER

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school library

SCHOOL LIBRARY

By Ruben Karthak,Librarian

KV Bengdubi

the information age school library
THE INFORMATION AGE SCHOOL LIBRARY
  • “It is hard set in motion what is still , or to stop what is in motion.” COBHAM BREWER
  • “We must be the change we wish to see in the world.” GANDHI
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School libraries are vital to effective learning in an information age school. Just don’t say it, show it.
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LEARNING IN THE INFORMATION AGE SCHOOL

  •  The active search for meaning and understanding by the learner.
  • As a cumulative process of becoming informed through study, instruction and experience, it’s outcome is the gain of new knowledge, skills , attitudes and values and the transforming of prior knowledge.
what is a good library

WHAT IS A GOOD LIBRARY?

 It has a qualified teacher librarian.

 It supports the mission and continuous improvement plan of the school.

 It actively supports the curriculum.

 It provides individual and group instructions.

 It collaborates with other libraries.

 It provides an integrated and rich information technology environment to support teaching and learning.

 It provides leadership to students and staffs.

future school library
FUTURE SCHOOL LIBRARY
  •  COLLECTION
  •  TECHNOLOGY
  •  STAFFING
  •  LOCATING AND FINDING INFORMATION
which are important

WHICH ARE IMPORTANT

 Building knowledge through engagement with information.

 Information literacy.

 Learning outcomes.

 Making a difference

library goals
LIBRARY GOALS
  •  Empowerment, connectivity, engagement and understanding define the actions and practices of the school library.
  •  Their outcome is the development of new knowledge.
school libraries do make a difference
SCHOOL LIBRARIES DO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
  •  Planning cooperatively with teachers.
  •  Identifying materials for teachers.
  •  Teaching information literacy skills to students.
  • Providing in service training to teachers.
  •  Managing a computer network.
  •  Qualified teacher librarian
school library helps students
SCHOOL LIBRARY HELPS STUDENTS
  •  With finding and locating information.
  •  With understanding and using information.
  •  Builds new understandings.
  •  Improves their technology skills.
  • To study more effectively at home.
  •  More organized with study and homework.
  •  Find authors they like to read.
  •  Discover new interests in reading.
  •  Shows improvement.
teacher s perscepctive
TEACHER’S PERSCEPCTIVE
  •  More effective sequence of subject content .
  •  Move away from spoon feeding.
  •  More meaningful assessment criteria and feedback, based on learning process as well as content outcomes.
  • Information literacy and information technology outcomes-making a great difference to student learning
overall suggestion
OVERALL SUGGESTION
  •  Funding of school library programs sufficiently.
  •  Institution policies and practices.
  •  Network technology.
  •  Flexible scheduling to allow maximum student access to library.
  •  Collective approaches to learning and teaching.
  •  Identifying relationships of library to learning outcome
moving forward
MOVING FORWARD
  • Influence is derived from the perceptions of others Key is shaping the perceptions of other people.
think differently
THINK DIFFERENTLY
  •  Work smarter not harder.
  •  Work with what you can change.
  •  Map your relationships, identify dependents, demonstrate mutual support.
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If living is seeing, I’m holding my breathe in wonders— I wonder what happens next? A new world, a new day to see.

thank you
THANK YOU

BY-

RUBEN KARTHAK

librarian

Kendriya Vidalaya Bengdubi