Renewing Professional Librarianship

Author: William A. Crowley
Publisher: Libraries Unltd Incorporated
ISBN: 9781591585541
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Looks at the consequences of devaluing academic, public, and school librarians and how professional librarianship must be safeguarded and commited to provide lifelong learning.

Defending Professionalism A Resource For Librarians Information Specialists Knowledge Managers And Archivists

Author: Bill Crowley
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1598848704
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Professional librarians who have the courage and commitment to act as change
agents are more crucial than ever to the success of public libraries. If we renew
the culture of professional librarianship, graduating MLS students across North
America will compete for positions in our public libraries, effectively reversing the
prevailing view that public libraries are the option of last resort for a satisfying
professional life. If we infuse professional librarianship with pragmatism, public
librarians ...

Libraries And Society

Author: Wendy Evans
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1780632630
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Cornelius, I. (2006) 'The interpretation of professional development in
librarianship since 1850'. In Black, A. and Hoare, P. (eds) The Cambridge History
of Libraries in Britain and Ireland: Volume 3, 1850–2000. New York: Cambridge
University Press. Cronin B. (2004) 'Pierce Butler's An Introduction to Library
Science: a tract for our times?' Review article. Journal of Librarianship and
Information Science, 36 (4), 183–8. Crowley, B. (2008) Renewing Professional
Librarianship: a ...

The Politics Of Professionalism

Author: Juris Dilevko
Publisher: Library Juice Press, LLC
ISBN: 1936117304
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Crowley, Bill. (2008). Renewing Professional Librarianship: A Fundamental
Rethinking. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited. _____. (2006). “Suicide Prevention
: Safeguarding the Future of the Professional Librarian.” Library Administration &
Management 20(2): 75-80. _____. (2005). “Save Professionalism.” Library
Journal 130(14): 46-48. _____. (2004). “Just Another Field? LIS Programs Can,
and Should, Reclaim the Education of Academic Librarians.” Library Journal 129(
18): 44-46.

After The Book

Author: George Stachokas
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1780634056
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That does not mean that librarians should not explore pedagogy or take more
advanced approaches to education, but only that these approaches should be
well grounded as part of this larger mission. Bill Crowley expresses concern
about librarianship being seen as a legacy profession that should not be
subsumed into a larger information science in his Renewing Professional
Librarianship: A Fundamental Rethinking (Crowley, 2008, p. 140). Instead
information studies and some of ...

Growing Schools Librarians As Professional Developers

Author: Debbie Abilock
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1610690427
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It combines studying and reviewing literature, collecting and analyzing
quantitative and qualitative data, and structuring action plans to create
continuous cycles of informed professional renewal. Individuals (educators or
students), schools, school districts, and even states or provinces can adopt the
methodology of action research. As such, it lends itself to mobilization— indeed,
action and transformation—in enabling schools and school libraries to support
and advance the learning of ...

Foundations Of Library And Information Science Fourth Edition

Author: Richard E. Rubin
Publisher: American Library Association
ISBN: 0838913709
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“Evolving Academic Library Specialties.” Journal of the American Society for
Information Science and Technology 64: 1526–1542. Cronin, Blaise. 1995. “
Cutting the Gordian Knot.” Information Processing and Management 31 (
November): 897–902. Crowley, Bill. 2008. Renewing Professional Librarianship:
A Fundamental Rethinking. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited. Damasco, Ione T.,
and Dracine Hodges. 2012. “Tenure and Promotion Experiences of Academic
Librarians of Color.

Requirements For Certification Of Teachers Counselors Librarians Administrators For Elementary And Secondary Schools 2017 2018

Author: Colleen Frankhart
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022652177X
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Level I endorsement of an educator who does not receive a recommendation for
a Level II endorsement after another 3 years of professional practice shall
become lapsed. c. Level I license holders employed as educators in Vermont but
who have not practiced in a particular endorsement area for 3 years shall seek a
recommendation for renewal of that Level I endorsement through their local or
regional standards board. d. Educators may renew Level 1 endorsements under
which ...

Requirements For Certification Of Teachers Counselors Librarians Administrators For Elementary And Secondary Schools Eightieth Edition 2015 2016

Author: Elizabeth A. Kaye
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022626209X
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Teacher and Service Provider Licensure Renewal Requirements A. Note for all
Standard and Professional license holders regarding renewal: 1. Standard and
professional license holders will receive a 4-year Regular II license upon
renewal. 2. Acceptable renewal credits/hours shall be earned within the previous
4 years from the date the renewal application is being submitted. B. To renew a
Standard, Professional, or Regular II District of Columbia license, applicants must
submit ...

Requirements For Certification Of Teachers Counselors Librarians Administrators For Elementary And Secondary Schools Seventy Seventh Edition 2012 2013

Author: Elizabeth A. Kaye
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022600855X
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2. Level I endorsement holders who have practiced in Vermont in the
endorsement area after 3 years shall seek a recommendation from their local or
regional standards board for a Level II endorsement. a. e. An educator who does
not receive a recommendation for a Level II endorsement upon initial application
shall renew the Level I endorsement after 3 years of professional practice and
reapply for a Level II license prior to the expiration of the renewal. b. Level I
endorsement of an ...