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ERIC Number: ED400834
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1996
Pages: 190
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISSN: ISSN-0257-3229
Sustaining the Vision. Selected Papers from the Annual Conference of the International Association of School Librarianship (24th, Worcester, England, July 17-21, 1995).
International Association of School Librarianship, Seattle, WA.
Themes of the 24th Annual International Association of School Librarianship conference included: "School Librarianship"; "Children's Literature"; "Technology"; and "Children's Literature, Literacy, and School Librarianship." The following presented papers are assembled in this proceedings: (1) "For Better or Worse? School Libraries in the UK: Problems and Developments" (Vida Conway); (2) "Teacher-Librarianship: Bridging the Gap Between Research and Practice" (Ken Haycock); (3) "Never Mind the Book, I've Seen the Video" (Margaret Perkins); (4) "Some Issues Concerning Access to Information by Blind and Partially Sighted Pupils" (Christopher F. Green); (5) "Sustaining the Vision: How Can We Ever Have Literacy for All?" (Judith Graham); (6) "Condensed and Enriched: Images of the Miniature and of the World of Children's Literature" (Susan Hancock); (7) "Where Are the Children in Children's Literature? Teaching Children's Literature to Undergraduates" (Elizabeth Grugeon); (8) "The Contribution of Iona and Peter Opie to Children's Literature" (Barbara J. McKinney); (9) "Freud's "The Uncanny" in Caroline B. Clooney's "Vampire Trilogy" (Kevin McCarron); (10) "Political Correctness or Telling it Like it Is: Selecting Books about Australia's Indigenous People for Use in Australian Schools" (Alison Gregg); (11) "Immigrants and Immigration in Israeli Children's Literature" (Moshe Yitzhaki and Nava Richter); (12) "All Alone and Lost in Cyberspace: Closing the Gap Between the Local Village and the Global Village through Teaching Namibian Children Information Skills and Technology" (Veronica Jacobs); (13) "Dickens and Children's Literature" (Richard Pearson); (14) "Facilitating the Integration of Information Technology into the Primary Curriculum: Part of the Teacher-Librarian's Role?" (Paul Lupton); (15) "See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Interact No Evil?" (Ross J. Todd); (16) "Sustaining the Vision through Networking...(and a Few Challenges Too!)" (Lyn Hay and James Henri); (17) "Principal Support: What Does it Mean to Teacher-Librarians?" (Dianne Oberg); (18) "Literature in a Divided Community" (Anne Taylor); (19) "New Media, New Opportunities? The Developing Role of the School Library in Teaching and Learning" (Margaret Kinnell Evans); (20) "The Child, the Book, and the Internet" (Peter Hunt); (21) "Sustaining the Vision in Brant County Board of Education in Ontario, Canada" (Sandra Hughes); (22) "The Child's Voice in Children's Literature" (Deborah Thacker); (23) "Ultra-Orthodox Children's Literature in Israel: A Case Study of Sub-Cultural Children's Literature" (Moshe Yitzhaki and Snunit Shoham); (24) "Discourse after the Bomb" (Mick Burton); (25) "Children's Literature-Comparatively Reading. Thinking about the Pink Bits: A Consideration of the Influence of English Children's Literature" (Jean Webb); (26) "Cartography in Children's Literature" (Clare Ranson); (27) "D. W. Winnicott: The Creative Vision" (Nigel Hand); (28) "Teachers as Readers/Students as Readers" (Wanda F. Jones); and (29) "Managing Media Centers in Secondary Schools" (Jan F. Kruger). (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, Seattle, WA.