ERIC Number: ED400834
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1996
Reference Count: N/A
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)
Descriptors: Access to Information, Childrens Literature, Computer Uses in Education, Conference Proceedings, Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, Futures (of Society), Information Literacy, Information Technology, Library Role, Literacy, Multimedia Materials, School Libraries, Theory Practice Relationship
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: International Association of School Librarianship, Seattle, WA.