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Articles on Collaboration


Adamson, P., Adamson, B., Clausen-Grace, N., Eames, A., Einarson, C., Goff, J., … Wooten, D. A. (2006). Building School-Community Partnerships: Collaboration for Student Success. School Library Journal, 52, 82–82.

 

Adamson, P., Adamson, B., Clausen-Grace, N., Eames, A., Einarson, C., Goff, J., … Wooten, D. A. (2008). Collaborating to Meet Standards: Teacher/Librarian Partnerships for K-6. School Library Journal, 54, 78–78.
Gess, A. (2009). Collaboration: Finding the Teacher, Finding the Topic, Finding the Time. Library Media Connection, 27(4), 24–25.

Godshall, L. D. (1998). Collaboration between school library media specialists and classroom teachers in selected North Carolina public elementary schools. United States of America.
Kimmel, S. C. (2011). “Consider with Whom You are Working”: Discourse Models of School Librarianship in Collaboration. School Library Media Research, 14, 3–3.
Kimmel, S. C. . (2012). Collaboration as School Reform: Are There Patterns in the Chaos of Planning with Teachers? School Library Research, 15, 1–15.
King, M. L. (2010). Collaboration. Community & Junior College Libraries, 16(4), 229–234.
Krueger, K. S. . (2012). The Status of Statewide Subscription Databases. School Library Research, 15, 1–23.
Montgomery, J., Spencer, R., & Rice, L. (2006). Collaboration Tips for Smooth-Sailing Partnerships. Kentucky Libraries, 70(1), 16–19.
Mueller, J. (2008). Assessing Skill Development. Library Media Connection, 27(3), 18–20.
Nichols, J. W., Spang, L., & Padron, K. (2005). Building a Foundation for Collaboration: K-20 Partnerships in Information Literacy. Resource Sharing & Information Networks, 18(1/2), 5–12.
Oakleaf, M., & Owen, P. L. (2010). Closing the 12 - 13 Gap Together: School and College Librarians Supporting 21st Century Learners. Teacher Librarian, 37(4), 52–58.
Schultz-Jones, B. (2009). Collaboration in the School Social Network. Knowledge Quest, 37(4), 20–25.
Schultz-Jones, B. A., & Ledbetter, C. E. (2009). Building Relationships in the School Social Network: Science Teachers and School Library Media Specialists Report Key Dimensions. School Libraries Worldwide, 15(2), 23–48.
Sundar, J. (2006, January). Collaborations Between Teacher-Librarians and Classroom Teachers: Reflections From the English Teacher in Room 108. School Libraries in Canada (17108535), pp. 44–49.
 
Books on Collaboration

 Burhanna, K. J. (Ed.). (2013). Informed Transitions: Libraries Supporting the High School to College Transition. Libraries Unlimited.

 

 


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