Future ready librarians work with district leaders to promote innovative learning opportunities for students. But where do you start?
Follett formed Project Connect to advocate for librarians as district leaders so that students can learn digital literacy, modern research techniques and cutting-edge skills that apply across all subject areas. We help librarians transform their library spaces into vibrant hubs of digital learning by giving them ideas and resources to become future ready.
|Mark Ray Delivers Inspiring #FutureReadyLibraries TedEx||Future Ready Schools Announces New Project to Help Recognize School Librarians As Leaders in School Transformation|
|Future-Ready Librarian Framework: Learning Space Design/Making and Building||Future-Ready Librarian Framework: Curriculum and Technology Integration|
|School Administrator: Teacher Librarians – Mavens in a Digital Age||EdWeek.Org: K-12 Librarians' Roles Shift to Meet Digital Demands|
|Case Study: Strong Libraries – Mooresville Graded School Distrct (PDF)||Case Study: The 2014 National School Library Program of the Year – Eaglecrest High School Library (PDF)|
|SLJ.com: Take Your Place at the Table: Thrive as Part of the Solution Your School Needs||Digital Promise: The New Librarian: Leaders in the Digital Age|
|eduTalk Radio: Working With Your School Librarian||Case Study: The Integral Role of the Library – Lincoln Public Schools (PDF)|
|News release from the American Library Association||eduTalk Radio: Superintendents and Librarians Leading Teaching and Learning|
|eSchool News: School Librarians are Rising School Leaders||Project Connect Leadership Panel from AASL|
|eSchool News: Why School Librarians are Critical to Digital Learning||Project Connect Brings School Librarians, Superintendents to the Same Table | AASL 2013|