Welcome! The Internet is a powerful tool that librarians can use to enrich and enhance the learning experience. By integrating the internet into your school library, you can transform it into a curriculum-driven multi-media resource center. The entire school community--students, faculty, and parents will have access not only to the World Wide Web in general, but more importantly to those sites that best connect to the curriculum.
Organization of resources is simple through web page design. A school library web page can easily connect students and faculty to your school library media center's many resources including information databases, reading lists, step-by-step research guides, and a bountiful virtual reference collection.
Networking with other librarians and collaborating with classroom teachers are key to successful media center programs. Let's work smarter and work together. Librarians complete the circle of learning.
Click on the links below to check out the SS. Cyril & Methodius School Library Media Center web page that I created, as well as other resources I have found useful.
Content of this page by Anna Stokes,