Articles on School Libraries and 21st Century Skills



21st century skills, education & competitiveness: a resource and policy guide. (2008). Partnership for 21st century skills.

http://www.p21.org/documents/21st_century_skills_education_and_competitiveness_guide.pdf

American Association of School Librarians (2007). Standards for the 21st Century Learner.

http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/aasl/guidelinesandstandards/learningstandards/AASL_LearningStandards.pdf

Baker, F. (2004). Media Literacy: One of the New Literacy Skills for the 21st Century. Ohio Media Spectrum, 56(1):39.



Barnett, C. (2008). Creating Standards and Frameworks for Information Literacy. School Library Media Activities Monthly, 24(7):21-3.



Berry, J. W. (2002). Equity of access: our continuing challenge. American Libraries, 33(6):7.



Boehm, P. (2009). The New AASL Program Guidelines for School Library Programs. School Library Monthly, 26():50-2.



Coatney, S. (2008). Standards for the 21st-Century Learner. School Library Media Activities Monthly, 24(6):56-8.



Dickinson, G. K. (2008). A place to stand. Library Media Connection.

http://www.librarymediaconnection.com/pdf/lmc/reviews_and_articles/featured_articles/Dickinson_March2008.pdf

enGauge 21st century skills: helping students thrive in the digital age. NCREL.

http://eev2.liu.edu/westburyII/jg/assignments/bette/engage_pdfbrochure.pdf

Fontichiaro, K. (2009). More Than Friendship: Social Scholarship, Young Learners, and the Standards for the 21st Century Learner. Knowledge Quest 37(4):64-7.



Fontichiaro, K. and M. P. Johnston (2010). Project Library: Using the L4L Toolkit to Inspire and Refine Your Practice. Teacher Librarian, 38(2):20-3.



Formanack, G. (2008). The Importance of Language: The Partnership for 21st Century Skills and AASL Standards. School Library Media Activities Monthly, 25(1):28-30.



Formanack, G. and L. Pietsch (2011). Fixed Schedules Can Support 21st-Century Skills. School Library Monthly 27(6):8-10.



Gordon, Carol A. (n.d.). Teaching and Learning in 21st Century School Libraries: What Works?

http://www.colegiolosnogales.edu.co/simposio/contenido/memorias/Teaching-Learning-intro-cgordon.pdf

Hoffman, E.S. and M.A.Mardis (2009). A Decade of Promises: Discourses on Twenty-first-Century Schools in Library Policy and Research. Library Trends, 58(1):109-120.



Institute of Museum and Library Services. Institute of Museum and Library Services. (2009). Museums, Libraries, and 21st Century Skills (ED507729.)



Johnson, M., et. al. (2010). The Library is Undead: Information Seeking During the Zombie Apocalypse. Journal of Library Innovation, 1(2):29-43.



Johnson, M. et al. (2011). Building a Participatory Culture: Collaborating with Student Organizations for Twenty-first Century Library Instruction. Collaborative Librarianship, 3(1):2-15.

http://www.collaborativelibrarianship.org/index.php/jocl/article/viewFile/94/82

Junion-Metz, G. (2004). 21st-Century Literacy Skills. School Library Journal 50(5):36.



Kranich, N. C. (2001). Why libraries are more popular than ever. American Libraries, 32(4):7.



Kuhlthau, C.C. (2010). Guided Inquiry: School Libraries in the 21st Century. School Libraries Worldwide, 16(1):1-12.



Kuhlthau, C.C. and L.K. Maniotes (2010). Building Guided Inquiry Teams for 21st-Century Learners. School Library Monthly, 26(5):18-21.



Laboon, J. (2010). 21st Century Skills @ Your School Library. Texas Library Journal, 86(2):49.



Lachance, J. R. (2006). Skills for the 21st Century Info Pro. Information Outlook, 10(8):5.



Lamb, A. and L. Johnson (2009). The digital dog ate my notes: tools and strategies for 21st century research projects. Teacher Librarian, 37(2):77-81.



Learning for the 21st century: a report and mile guide for 21st century skills. Partnership for 21st century skills.

http://www.p21.org/images/stories/otherdocs/p21up_Report.pdf

Levitov, D. D. (2010). Reading as a 21st-Century Skill Can Not Be Taken Lightly. School Library Monthly, 27(3):4.



Loertscher, D., et. al. (2009). Keeping Up with Technology Requires Collaboration. Teacher Librarian, 37(2):6-7.



Mardis, M. A. (2008). Thirty Helens Agree: 2007 Research Supports AASL's “Standards for the 21st-Century Learner”. School Library Media Activities Monthly, 24(10):56-8.



Massachusetts School Library Media Program Standards for 21ST Century Learning. (2003). Massachusetts School Library Media Association.

http://www.maschoolibraries.org/dmdocuments/standardsrev.pdf

Moreillon, J. and M. Cahill (2010). When Cultures Meet. School Library Monthly, 27(2):27-9.



Myers, B. (2009). Imaging> Invent> Program> Share: A Library-Hosted Computer Club Promotes 21st-Century Literacy Skills. Computers in Libraries, 29(3):6-9, 38-40.



O'Sullivan, M. K., et. al., (2010). A Collaborative approach to implementing 21st Century skills in a High school senior research class. Education Libraries, 33(1):3-9.



Pappas, M. L. (2009). Inquiry and 21st-Century Learning. School Library Media Activities Monthly, 25(9):49-51.



Preparing 21st Century Ohio Learners for Success: The Role of Information Literacy and Libraries.Ohio Media Spectrum, Fall2008, 60(1):38-44.



Rosenfeld, E. (2007). More on 21st-century skills. Teacher Librarian, 35(2):6.



Rosenfeld, E. (2007). Beginning the Conversation—about Education 2.0. Teacher Librarian, 34(4):6-7.



Rotherham, A.J. and D.T. Willingham (2010). "21st-century" skills: not new, but a worthy challenge. American Educator, 34(1):17-20.



School Libraries 21C (2010).

http://www.curriculumsupport.education.nsw.gov.au/schoollibraries/assets/pdf/21c_report.pdf

Silva, Elena (2008). Measuring skills for the 21st century.

http://www.educationsector.org/usr_doc/MeasuringSkills.pdf

Smith, A. R. (2008). Wisconsin Partnership for 21st Century Skills— Library Media Specialists Making an Impact. School Library Media Activities Monthly, 25(4):27-9.



Snow, E., et. al. (2009). Using cognitive interviews to validate an interpretive argument for the ETS iSkills™ assessment. Communications in Information Literacy, 3(2):99-127.



St. Lifer, E. (2005). Reaching 21st-Century Learners. School Library Journal, 51(5):11.



Standards: a 21st century implementation guide. (2009). The Partnership for 21st Century Skills.

http://www.p21.org/documents/p21-stateimp_standards.pdf

Starr, K.J. (2011). President's Message: 21st Century Skills, 21st Century Infrastructure.Information Technology & Libraries, 30(2):54.



Stephens, W.S. (2011). The school librarian as leader: out of the middle, into the foreground. Knowledge Quest, 39(5):18-21.



Strong school libraries help students learn: A White Paper developed by Ohio’s Leadership for School Libraries (L4SL). (2006).

http://www.oelma.org/advocacy/NLL06-Factsheet.pdf

Sykes, J. (2010). Transforming Canadian School Libraries to Meet the Needs of 21st Century Learners: Alberta Education School Library Services Initiative - Research Review and Principal Survey Themes.

http://tmcanada.pbworks.com/f/Paper(5).pdf

Torrise, M. L. (2010). Role of the Library Media Specialist in Greening the Curriculum: A Community-Based Approach to Teaching 21st Century Skills Outside of the School Library through the Practice of Urban Agriculture. Library Media Connection, 28(4):18-20.



Trilling, B. (2010). From Libraries to Learning “Libratories:” The New ABC's of 21st-Century School Libraries. School Library Monthly 27(1):43-6.



Troutner, J. (2008). ProD Web Sites You May Have Missed. Teacher Librarian, 35(5):35-7.



Twenty-first century skills. Developed by the Metiri Group in partnership with The North Central Regional Educational Laboratory.

http://www.metiri.com/21st%20Century%20Skills/PDFtwentyfirst%20century%20skills.pdf

Valenza, J. K. (2011). Fully Loaded. School Library Journal 57(1):36-8.



Weis, J. P. (2004). Contemporary Literacy Skills: Global Initiatives Converge. Knowledge Quest, 32(4):12-15.



West, J. (2009). Equipping Students with 21st-Century Skills. American Libraries, 40(1/2):15.