Resources for School Librarians - Index
Flexible Scheduling, Instructional Models, and Assessment in the School Library
- Position Statement on Flexible Scheduling - by the American Association of School Librarians, June 2014.
- Flexible Scheduling - This article gives the pros and cons of fixed and flexible schedules. From the Idaho Commission of Libraries.
- Flexible Scheduling - Information and many links to other sites. This site is by the School of Library and Information Science, Indiana University and Purdue University.
- Journey to a Flexible Schedule, Part 1 - an article by Kelly Hincks in Knowledge Quest, October, 2016. You will find part 2 of this journey here
- Flexible Scheduling: Implementing an Innovation - An article by Joy McGregor in School Library Media Research, Vol. 9, 2006.
- Transitioning to Flexible Scheduling in School Libraries - This article is from a wiki by students at the University of Illinois School of Library and Information Science.
- Vega Elementary School Learning Commons - A school library with flexible scheduling.
- Tracking the
Transition to a Flexible Access Library Program in Two Library Power Elementary Schools - An article by Donna M. Shannon
in School Library Media Research
- Fixed vs. Flexible Scheduling In Elementary School Library Media Centers: A Continuing Debate- A paper by Christine Hurley, December 4, 2003. This paper examines both sides of the flexible scheduling debate.
- Flexible Scheduling and School Library Programs - An annotated bibliography by Megan McCrery, March 9, 2015.
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