School Library StandardsInformation about and resources to support the Model School Library Standards for California Public Schools adopted by State Board of Education in September 2010.
Model School Library Standards
Adopted by the State Board of Education September 16, 2010.
Available Translations of the Model School Library Standards
Model School Library Standards - Information Flyer (DOC)
Model School Library Standards for California Public Schools, Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve.
Model School Library Standards - Table Format (DOC)
This document provides the Model School Library Standards in a table format that gives the detailed standards for K-12 under each over arching standard.
School Library Standards Supporting Common Core (DOC; Updated Feb-2012)
Examples of Model School Library Standards supporting Common Core State Standards (CCCS) in English Language Arts.
The Library Standards on iTunes U Opens in CDE on iTunes U
iTunes U now offers four narrated presentations: an overview, an analysis of the library standards and the Common Core State Standards, an introduction to the student standards, and an introduction to the program standards. Access the presentations through the Apple Store/iTunes U/K-12/California Department of Education.
Brokers of Expertise , “the place where California educators go to get connected.” The first step in participating is to register. The second step is to become familiar with where the Model School Library Standards are located. Collaborate with other teacher librarians in the California Teacher Librarians Group to share implementation ideas.
Publication Ordering Information
Publications and other educational resources from CDE Press, the Department's publications office.
Resources to Support School Library Standards
Links to tools and lessons to incorporate cyber safety into the curriculum.
Information and Digital Literacy Essentials Webinar Series: Information and Digital Literacy Essentials Webinar Series Archived 8-part Webinar series designed to provide information on digital literacy for administrators, teachers, tech leaders and parents. Listen to curriculum experts from the State Superintendent of Public Instruction's Office, State Attorney General's Office, state universities and more, as they discuss California's educational vision, privacy online, college readiness, digital citizenship, curriculum and assessment. Sponsored by the California Department of Education, the California School Library Association, and the California Technology Assistance Project.
K12 Digital Citizenship
Provides K12 curriculum on digital citizenship and professional development for adults working with K12 students in a wiki environment. A six-module online tutorial on using this wiki.
Federal government resources covering basic web surfing tips, online banking tutorials, resume-building services, and resources on combating cyber bullying created by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration. A section called "Find Educator Tools" allows users to search for resources by skill, topic, or keyword.
How School Librarians Can Assist You: Internet Safety and
Resources collected by the American Association of School Librarians to help parents and teachers understand the complexities of the online environment and provide tools to keep children safe when online.
Cyber Safety: An Interactive Guide to the Internet
Safety on the Internet addresses bullying, identity theft, plagiarism, computer viruses, and general Internet safety.
A Parents' Guide to Facebook
34-page resource available online as a printable PDF file. A portion of the Guide addresses "safety, privacy and reputation."
Recommended Facebook Privacy Settings for Teens From ConnectSafely.org to help parents and teens choose privacy levels.
Online learning tutorials created by the California School Library Association
For teacher librarians, classroom teachers, IT coordinators, and staff
School Library Learning 2.0
library people and
Classroom Learning 2.0 for classroom teachers and administrators to learn how 23 tools of social networking can enhance teaching and learning.
Discovering Assistive Technology This tutorial is brought to you by the California School Library Association and Trans Access , a community-based organization that provides persons with disabilities access to computer adaptive technology and career transition services so that they can achieve their desired education and employment, and improve their quality of life.
Learning 2.0 for Teens
Online, self-paced tutorials includes 10 things for teens
to learn 21st century skills.
Free, online tutorial developed by the California School Library Association 2.0 Team and "student tested" for middle and high school students to use creatively and safely.