Crossing the school-public library boundaries

January 7, 2010 at 12:13 pm

School Library Media Activities Monthly with managing editor Deborah D. Levitov; published by Libraries Unlimited, Westport, Connecticut; May 2007.

I subscribe to Library Journal and School Library Journal e-zines.  I had never heard of this journal before so I chose to read it for this assignment.  Although its title includes the word “school” in it, I found the articles appropriate for public libraries as well.  For example, the article on collaboration is appropriate for children’s librarians in public libraries, especially with the lack of librarians in elementary schools today.  In addition, the articles related to curriculum are important for public librarians as they decide how to build their collections; again, the children’s collection should support the curricular needs of school children, especially as a resource for homeschoolers.  Lastly, I found many great ideas for programming in the articles, especially about creating a living museum.

Their website includes almanacs (birth & other facts about authors and illustrators) and an index of activities.  I have not explored very far, but this looks to be a rich resource.

Note: While looking at their website today, I noticed that the magazine has been renamed School Library Monthly.


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