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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.

Crosswalk & Standards Integration
Washington State Educational Technology Standards & Information Literacy

2016 WA State School Library and Information Technology (WSSLIT) Program Survey - due by 5/23/16
Staff at the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) have 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. Download the 2016 survey questions to view off-line (PDF).

The final 2014 WSSLIT Report was completed in July, 2015, and is available online.

Programs & Resources

Washington State Standards for Educational Technology
Core Subjects that Integrate Technology

Teacher-Librarians & Information Literacy

Instructional & Assessment Resources

   Updated 5/23/2016

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