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Mentors Without Borders Series
Presented by: School Library System
Intended Audience: School Librarians and Their Mentors
1/13/2015 8:30 A.M. to 11:30 A.M., General Brown High School Library
4/21/15 8:30 A.M. to 11:30 A.M., Location TBD
program is designed to support librarians who have joined our region
within the last few years by pairing them with experienced colleagues.
Their position requires them to be teachers, technology leaders,
resource administrators, and purchasers. They are often the only
librarian in their building and the mentoring program is designed to
provide them with the support and encouragement needed to be
successful. This program is not intended to replace building-level
mentoring but it is designed to provide mentoring to support librarians
in their unique role. There will be a series of three formal meetings
of all new librarians and their mentors plus communication between
mentoring pairs between meetings.
Librarians will drive the discussion but potential topics include:
- Lesson planning aligned to the Empire State IFC and CCLS
- Budget, database ordering, book ordering
- Regional resources
- Policies and procedures
- Working with library support staff
- Setting goals for the library program
“All public school districts and nonpublic schools are eligible for membership in a School Library System. School Library Systems are state-aided consortia which provide vital resources which may be beyond the fiscal ability of their members. In addition to fostering “best practices” in teaching and librarianship, School Library Systems offer their members a variety of services including: resource sharing; electronic catalogs and databases; interlibrary loan; professional development; and curriculum support.”
Taken directly from http://www.nysl.nysed.gov/libdev/slssap/slsm.pdf
It is our mission to provide our member librarians with the support, resources and professional development to continue to be both educational leaders and collaborative partners with the teachers and administrators in each of our component districts. We facilitate equitable access to information resources for all students and instructional members in each district and we are committed to helping our libraries in their efforts to help each and every student meet and exceed the challenges of becoming college and career ready by graduation.
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