The work of teacher-librarians today is a proven best practice for the
development of information literacy skills. Teacher-librarians are able to align
and integrate the instructional and curricular components of the K-12 learning
environment with the development of technological skills. These educators work
directly with the content areas bringing into play a logical and systematic
model of processing information — the Big6 Skills Approach.
2016 WA State School Library and Information Technology (WSSLIT) Program Survey
Staff at the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) again
partnered with the Washington Library Media Association (WLMA) to build and
distribute a survey to measure the availability of school library services in
K-12 schools in the spring of 2016. The data has been compiled and an
spreadsheet of results is available for download.
The final 2014 WSSLIT Report was completed in July, 2015, and is available online.
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