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ERIC Number: ED399943
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1995-Feb
Pages: 150
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISSN: ISSN-0257-3229
Literacy: Traditional, Cultural, Technological. Selected Papers from the Annual Conference of the International Association of School Librarianship (23rd, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, July 17-22, 1994).
International Association of School Librarianship, Kalamazoo, MI.
Themes of the 23rd Annual International Association of School Librarianship conference included "Traditional Literacy,""The Current Status of Libraries,""Literacy in a Technological World," and "Preserving Cultural and Historical Literacy." The following papers were presented at the conference: (1) "Bunko: Private Mini-Libraries for Children in Japan," (Satoru Takeuchi); (2) "Literacy for the School Librarian," (Anna E. Altmann); (3) "The State of the World's School Libraries," (Diljit Singh); (4) "Young Adult Reading Habits in Ukraine," (Christine Sochocky); (5) "Literacy Without Libraries: Promoting Literacy Among School Children in Nigeria," (Virginia W. Dike); (6) "Picking a Winner: Children as Judges and Evaluators of Picture Books--the Irma S. and James H. Black Award," (Linda Greengrass); (7) "Libraries Alive: Promoting Libraries and Literature," (Suzette Boyd); (8) "A Transformation in Teacher Education: or How Can Disadvantaged Teachers Become Information Literate," (Sandra Olen); (9) "Using Editorial Cartoons in the Curriculum to Enhance Visual (and Political) Literacy," (Susan Steinfirst); (10) "Preschool Partnerships: School and Public Library Cooperation to Facilitate School Readiness," (Barbara Immroth and Viki Ash-Geisler); (11) "Enhancing Information Literacy Skills Across the Curriculum," (Marlene Giguere et al.); (12) "Curriculum-Enhanced MARC (CEMARC): A New Cataloging Format for School Librarians," (Catherine Murphy); (13) "Emerging Technologies: Applications and Implications for School Library Media Centers," (Kathleen W. Craver); (14)"Students Becoming Life-Long Users: Vision Becoming Reality," (Judith A. Garlow); (15) "Research in Teacher-Librarianship and the Institutionalization of Change," (Ken Haycock); (16) "Children's Literature and the Holocaust," (Martin Goldberg); (17) "The Selection, Evaluation, and Integration of Culturally Authentic Texts: A Case for Making the On-Line Catalog Reflect Parallel Culture," (Teri S. Lesesne and Sylvia Hall-Ellis); (18) "The Classroom Library Project in South Africa," (Sophia le Roux); (19) "Incorporating Oral History into the Curriculum," (Loriene Roy); (20) "Incorporating Oral History into the Curriculum: A Pathfinder," (Hilary Craiglow); (21) "Literacy and the Inner City Children," (Jack Stack); and (22) "Looking at Britain's National Curriculum for English: Promoting Long Established Children's Fiction and Stories from a Variety of Cultures and Traditions," (Helga B. Visscher). (SWC)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: International Association of School Librarianship, Kalamazoo, MI.