Welcome to teacherlibrarianwiki!


Wikis are about collaboration; so are teacher-librarians! This is your wiki! (If you'd like to contribute, please write me at


Let's use this space to SHARE our best wisdom and our best instruction--the new understandings, lessons, units, handouts, rubrics, presentations, images, and teaching tips that have been either rotting in our file cabinets or posted and lonely on our individual sites.


Let us demonstrate how teacher-librarians can use new landscapes to create serious professional tools.


I invite practitioners, library educators, and preservice librarians to contribute and help this space grow.


A couple of notes:

If you add a page, please add it to the page list so folks can easily reach it. Add a page by enclosing the title of the page in brackets in the contents area below. Don't forget to also enter the addition on the Sidebar page.


Please respect copyright when adding materials to this wiki!




New: Saving school library programs for learners!

Web 2 and School Library 2**

*Ideas for using wikis with students and faculty

*Social Bookmarking

*Links to our blogs

*Links to our websites

*Other library wikis

*Open Source Resources for Education

*Copyright Friendly Image Sources


*Must Have Graphic Novels Secondary

*Must Have Graphic Novels Primary

*Incredible books for elementary students

*Booklists for elementary students

*Incredible books for middle school students

*Booklists for middle school students

*Incredible books for high school students

*Booklists for high school students


*Book trailers or Digital Booktalking

Information literacy and models

*General information literacy: elementary

*General information literacy: middle school

*General information literacy: secondary

*Information access: elementary

*Information access: middle school

*Information access: secondary

*Evaluation: elementary

*Evaluation: middle school

*Evaluation: secondary

*Synthesis: elementary

*Synthesis: middle school

*Synthesis: secondary

*Information ethics: elementary

*Information ethics: middle school

*Information ethics: secondary


*Organization & Communication: elementary

*Organization & Communication: middle school

*Organization & Communication: secondary

Library survival strategies

Tools for Virtual Service

Very cool ideas

Cool free tools

Current school library news

On conferences

For New Librarians

Google Tools