Lance goes further, saying librarians
are among the most misunderstood professionals in schools.
G contends that she obtained her law degree to maintain and improve her skills as a law librarian
. She testified that knowledge of the law is both necessary and helpful in her duties as a law librarian
"A White Librarian
in Black Harlem." Library Quarterly 60 (July 1990): 216-31.
"We're very proud of this little library," Elise Wainscott, a former librarian
who is a fund-raiser for the Coast Community Library, told the Christian Science Monitor shortly after the library opened.
In the Portland (OR) School District, the downward librarian
staffing trend has been reversed, largely due to a district vision and commitment for instructional equity for students.
Use social media and digital design tools to showcase what is happening in the school library and the librarian
's role in furthering a culture of reading.
"It's true that he isn't a librarian
. The National Library isn't just a library, so, therefore, its head, the top-level management, was not identified as a librarian
,' Quiros said in Filipino in a televised interview on ABS-CBN's "Bandila".
Youth services librarian
Alex Byrne shares what he learned on the job in "It's Not Just Information: What I-school Didn't Teach Me about Librarianship."
As stressed in the opening chapter, the focus of personal librarian
programs is to achieve a deeper connection between students and the library so that students can be more successful in library research.
Mary Ann Bell, a longtime librarian
and professor of library science, says a school librarian
is like an iceberg.
In this work, US college and university librarians
share their experiences in integrating librarians
into the teaching and learning process by embedding librarians
into academic departments, research centers, and other academic support offices.