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Welcome to SC School Libraries

Resources and Links to Facilitate Creating and Maintaining

Quality School Library Media Programs



Here you will find resouces, links, and general information about our school libraries and for teacher-librarians. We hope you will visit often to see what new and revised resources have been added.


Meet Your State Contact for School Libraries 


LMS 2010-2011 Annual Survey

This year's survey opens on May 1, 2011 and will remain open through September 30, 2011. Barring any unforeseen technical issues, we will not extend the deadline so please plan accordingly. Directions for accessing the survey will be posted by May, 2011.

Achieving Exemplary School Libraries (includes Collection Development, Collaboration,

LMC Evaluation, )

ADEPT for School Library Media Specialists


(includes resources for administrators, teachers, and strategies for building an advocacy base

Best Practices for Using Computerized Reading Management Programs

Collection Development

(includes collection development policy template, core collection standards, and weeding guidelines)


 Designing Schools and Libraries for Safety and Efficiency

  Flexible Scheduling

IMPACT: Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century

(includes link to SC K-12 ICT Scope and Sequence)

Job Descriptions

District Library Supervisor,

Library Media Specialist,

Library Paraprofessional

Library Media Center Advisory Committee: Roles and Responsibilities Monthly Reading Calendars


Reading Log Bookmarks
Policy and Procedures Manual Template Resource Alignment through Collection Mapping


The Simple Four

(a research and problem-solving model)


South Carolina Internet Safety Standards   Suggested Reading Lists  Writing Goals and Objectives

Other Helpful Links

SC Department of Education
South Association of School Librarians
South Carolina State Library

U.S.C. School of Library

and Information Science

Media Literacy Clearinghouse Follow Martha on Twitter

My Library Corner

Read and comment on

Martha's blog,

100 Inspiring Ways to Use Social

Media in the Classroom 

Brain Pop

BrainPOP creates animated, curriculum-

based content that engages

students, supports educators, and bolsters achievement.

Creating Effective Posters

Good resource for students and teachers. Helpful tips and suggestions
even for electronic posters

and multimedia slide presentations.

Country Reports

Up-to-date cultural, historical, and

statistical country


Evaluating Websites 


Free Music and Sound Effects Downloads

Federal Resources for Educational Excellence

Teaching and Learning Resources from

Federal Agencies

These resources are FREE.

Khan Academy

An free open source classroom with  

thousands of lessons, practice

exercises, and videos in

the major content areas.

You will also find a test prep section. 


Write your own MadLibs. FREE website.

Making Curriculum Pop!

a resource-sharing community for educators

interested in better practices and teaching

with pop culture

Maps of the World 

The site has over 8,000 maps

which include countries as well as major cities.

You can also find country

flags here. Besides flags you

can also find country information, games, and blank outline maps.


 Collaboration tools include closed messaging,

blogging, group discussions, online
and event calendaring.  Integrated with Lightspeed

Systems’ content filter for easy management,

school- designated users can add

resources to the Lightspeed-hosted site

that will be allowed to bypass

the filter. Resources can include

online videos, websites, and uploaded documents.

Online Bookmarks

made easy 


Create and share your own online stories, games, music, and art.










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