Library Vision and GoalsBy Jill Gann
The library fosters a community of learning and literacy that leads to high academic
achievement, independent reading and learning, and collaboration throughout the school.
Students are motivated and independent learners.
Students successfully employ information literacy, technology, and critical thinking skills in
subject-area learning experiences.
Students are engaged in independent reading and inquiry-based learning.
The library is a powerful intellectual and social space where students and teachers gather ideas,
exchange points of view, and learn together.
Students and teachers have access to certified school library media specialist.
Students have equitable access to the library and its resources.
The library provides access to high-quality resources in a variety of formats that support
curricular and instructional goals and respond to diverse student needs and interests.
The library facility is welcoming, with a climate conducive to individual and shared learning.
Current technology is available and operable to support multiple learning experiences in the
library and remote access to library resources.
The library program supports a culture of literacy throughout the school.
Teachers integrate resources and information-literacy skills into every classroom.
Teachers collaborate with the librarian and other teachers to optimize instruction and curriculum
The library fosters a professional learning community.
Teachers, principals, and librarians engage in ongoing professional development.
Librarians facilitate professional dialogue and networking among teachers, principals, and other
librarians to support continuous improvement of practice.