Welcome to the Library Teacher Program Libguide! This web page is designed to give you easy access to the fundamental resources for your classes and reliable information written, read and researched by professionals in the Education field. Within this site, you will find links, tools, recommended readings and professional organizations helpful to your studies and also professional employment. So don’t wait till the last minute to get ahead on your academic goals, begin navigating with ease through this virtual site filled with essential Library Teacher components!
“A library is a collection of possible futures.” John Barth
The tutorial below shows how to further narrow your search.
The Databases below focus specifically on Educational subjects. Their holdings are indexed and retrieved in our Ebsco Discover Service EDS (the box to the left) but you are welcome to search them individually:
Between our Kanopy Video and Academic Video Premier collections, as well as Associated Press Videos,EDS offers access to over 8000 online education videos
The Databases and websites below are NOT included in Ebsco Discovery Service (EDS). They will take you out to full text resources and citations on the web. Anything not readily available in full text online can be requested via Inter-Library-Loan from your local public Library.
Teacher Librarian: The Journal for School Library Professionals is one of the leading journals designed specifically for librarians working with K-12 students as well as with their colleagues teaching in the classroom and administrators. The name Teacher Librarian reflects the journal’s focus on the essential role of the school librarian, or “teacher-librarian,” as educator, a partner and collaborator with classroom teachers, school administrators, and others. This philosophy is advocated for and adopted by a large and growing number of the most successful and influential school library professionals in the United States and internationally. Unlike many of the many school library journals, Teacher Librarian is far more than just book and media reviews. It publishes several major articles in each issue which deal with major topics of current interest as well as articles addressing the very foundation of teacher-librarianship.