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NYC School Librarian Guidebook: Library Advocacy Pillar 3: Access to Resources and Technology

A blueprint to the policies, standards, and procedures that enable library personnel to develop, organize, and manage exemplary school library programs.

Access to Resources and Technology Overview

Strong library programs provide access to resources and technology in some of the following ways:

  • The school librarian curates and builds collections of print and digital materials with wide appeal for students and to meet school-wide curricular and instructional goals..
  • The school librarian collaborates to deeply and meaningfully embed the use of technology and curated digital resources into school-wide instructional goals.
  • The school librarian guides all of the school’s constituents in the ethical use of all resources.
    • Common Sense Media 
    • NYCSLS Digital Citizenship Curriculum
    • Everfi: Scroll down to the Ignition Curriculum for Digital Citizenship

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