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  • 7 Oct 2021 9:17 AM | Kristy Sartain (Administrator)

    The NCSLMA Resources Repository is now live! This is a place where you can submit and find lesson plans from librarians all over the state. In addition to lesson plan forums for each level, there is also a Resource Forum where you can submit and find library-specific teaching resources.

    Click here to visit the Repository or click on the links in your login landing page or click Inside NCSLMA and then Resources. 

    This is a collaborative effort and is available only to NCSLMA members. If you're not a member, join today! If you are a member, consider sharing your awesome lesson plans so we can all become better librarians. 

  • 28 Jun 2021 10:05 AM | Kristy Sartain (Administrator)

    Join us for the 2021 Summer Learning Series, hosted by members of the 2021 Leadership Academy. 

    Register at bit.ly/2021SLSreg or look for the SLS link under Events on the home page. 


  • 25 Jun 2021 10:34 PM | Kristy Sartain (Administrator)

    Early Bird conference registration is now open for #NCSLMA21! We are excited to come together to Reflect, Refocus, Reconnect, & Rejuvenate Oct. 7-9 in Winston-Salem. Visit the conference website for more info and to register https://bit.ly/NCSLMA21


  • 22 May 2021 8:51 AM | Kristy Sartain (Administrator)

    Join us for a live chat with Kathy Parker on Tuesday, May 25, 2021 from 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM.  

    This event will be via Google Meet.  Registrants will receive the link in their registration confirmation email.

    Please contact Brene Duggins, breneduggins@ncslma.org,  with any questions. 

    Register HERE


  • 3 Apr 2021 10:15 AM | Kristy Sartain (Administrator)

    The 2021 NCSLMA Conference is only half a year away! We are excited for the opportunity to Reflect, Refocus, Reconnect, and Rejuvenate as we come back together at the Benton Convention Center in Winston-Salem for our Oct. 7-9 conference.

    The call to present is now open on the Events section of the NCSLMA website and we are accepting applications for 45-minute concurrent sessions and 90-minute mini-workshops. Mini-workshops might include hands-on, interactive, and/or tech-based sessions. The call to present closes on Friday, May 14.

    The conference website is now live and will be updated regularly with additional information as it becomes available.


  • 3 Apr 2021 9:52 AM | Kristy Sartain (Administrator)

    Our state is participating in the federally funded grant project called SLIDE: The School Librarian Investigation—Decline or Evolution? (https://libslide.org) The three-year project is examining national data on school librarian employment and how school leaders make the decisions to staff library, learning resources, and instructional technology services for their K-12 students. As a component of the study, a content analysis of school library-related job descriptions and job titles will be conducted to learn if and how roles are changing or morphing with other positions. Keith Curry Lance, RSL Research Group, and Deb Kachel, Antioch University Seattle, the project leaders, are asking for job descriptions or job announcements that are:

     Professional positions related to library, learning resources, and instructional technology for K- 12 students

     Recent or currently in use for school librarians or related positions that may include some or all of the work of a librarian

     Full-time or part-time; may be district or school-level positions

     Must include the name of the school district, city, and state on the job description or announcement

    The project is accepting all related job descriptions with various titles. Some examples

    of related job titles include:

     Coordinator of information literacy

     Digital literacy teacher

     Educational technology-information literacy specialist

     Information skills and technology teacher

     Learning coach/librarian

     Learning resources specialist

     Library-technology educator

     Teacher librarian-technology coach

     Instructional technology facilitator

    Thank you for supporting this important research.

    https://forms.gle/XyjtghxZHNRibcf4A


  • 2 Apr 2021 9:53 AM | Kristy Sartain (Administrator)

    Vote today for the NCYA and NCMiddle Book Awards. 

    bit.ly/ncyaba2021

    bit.ly/ncmiddle2021



  • 15 Mar 2021 8:18 AM | Kristy Sartain (Administrator)

    Congratulations to our new

    President-Elect - Jen Abel

    Piedmont West Director - Amy Ralph

    Coastal Director - Sara Levin


    Vote now in the 2021 NCSLMA Elections. Click HERE and read the bios of the candidates, then click the Election Link at the top of the page to submit your vote. Voting is open only to registered NCSLMA members. 

  • 3 Feb 2021 9:41 AM | Kristy Sartain (Administrator)

    Keith Curry Lance and Debra E Kachel are proud to announce the launch of the https://libslide.org website. The State Intermediary Survey reports are finished as well and posted on the STATE SURVEYS webpage. Keith and Debra want to thank all of you who participated and provided data for these reports. It is our hope that you find the information useful to promote school library programs in your states and would love to hear how you plan to use the information.

    Additionally, please follow our Twitter so you can learn of our latest updates, publications, and conference presentations. @lib­_slide

    Watch the recorded ALA Midwinter Conference session from January 23, 2021, as Keith and Deb present the background of the SLIDE project, its methodology, and some preliminary findings. https://libslide.org/presentations

    PUBLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE

    Contexts of School Librarian Employment (2021, January 26). https://libslide.org/pubs/contexts.pdf

    This report summarizes responses to nine questions asked of school library leaders in all 50 states and the District of Columbia (D.C.) to determine state support of school library programs. Questions address standards and guidelines, certification and staffing requirements, and direct funding and provision of statewide e-resources.

    Appendix to Contexts of School Librarian Employment (2021, January 26). https://libslide.org/pubs/contextsappendix.pdf

    This document is the Survey Monkey report of individual state responses to the State Intermediary Survey. These are the data on which the Contexts report is based. The responses appear in the order received; but, a table of contents page lists states alphabetically and indicates the pages on which their responses appear.

    Requirements for School Librarian Employment: A State-by-State Summary (2021, January 27). https://libslide.org/pubs/requirements.pdf

    This report summarizes legal requirements for school librarian staffing in the 50 states and D.C.


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