Policy Statement – IFLA/UNESCO School Library Manifesto. The school library in teaching and learning for all. The school library provides. UNESCO Office Bangkok and Regional Bureau for Education in Asia and the Pacific , International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions [ ]. for generating innovative thinking, a stimulus to culture, and an aid to individual self–development. The IFLA/UNESCO School. Library Manifesto, the qualitative.
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Association Membership By-law 3: The role of school librarians will vary according to the budget and the curriculum and teaching methodology of the schools, within the national legal and financial framework.
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Sfhool to services and collections should be based on the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Freedoms, and should not be subject to any form of ideological, political or religious censorship, or to commercial pressures.
Operation and Management To ensure effective and accountable operations: Volume 43 Issue 1 Janpp. Volume 20 Issue 3 Janpp. Workshops have been organised during IFLA conferences; meetings have taken place, and discussions held between library lfla in person and using email. It has been demonstrated that, when librarians and teachers work together, students achieve higher levels of literacy, reading, learning, problem-solving and information and communication technology skills.
Direct membership By-law 2: The materials complement and enrich textbooks, teaching materials and methodologies.
The following are essential to the development of literacy, information literacy, teaching, learning and culture and are core school library services:. Volume 48 Issue 3 Janpp. We hope that the manifesto, visions and guidelines together will form a foundation for excellent school libraries everywhere. The library staff support the use of books and other information sources, ranging from the fictional to the documentary, from print to electronic, both on-site and remote.
The comparisons completed in reveal important information about the impact of the Manifesto in school library services, and enable recommendations to be made for the future use and development of the Manifesto. As the responsibility of local, regional and national authorities, it must be supported by specific legislation and policies.
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The national school library systems in Germany, Iran and Turkey have provided information services over the years, yet sdhool study to evaluate these services has limited understanding of the effects of the Manifesto. Volume 59 Issue 4 Dec Issue 3 Seppp. Design technology Digital technology. Volume 9 Issue Janpp.
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Volume 61 Issue 4 Novpp. The school library equips students with life-long learning skills and develops the imagination, enabling them to live as responsible citizens. Volume 44 Issue 1 Janpp.
The Mission of the School Library The school library offers learning services, books and resources that enable all members of the school community to become critical thinkers and effective users librqry information in all formats and media. The school library is an essential partner in the local, regional and national library and information network.
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Volume 11 Issue 3 Janpp. De Gruyter Online Google Scholar. These new guidelines have been produced to inform decision makers at national and local levels around the world, and to give support and guidance to the library community.