Resources for School Librarians - Index
School and Public Library Combinations and Collaborations
- Combined School and Public Libraries: A Guide for Decision Making - An extensive guide by the State of Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.
- Combined School/Public Libraries - A consideration of legal and practical issues by the State Library of Iowa.
- South Dakota: School/Public Library Combinations
- Two Libraries In One: When Schools and Public Libraries Share Space, All Users Benefit - an article on joint use libraries by April witteveen In School Library Journal, April 9, 2020.
- How Does a Shared School and Public Library Work? Take a Look at Mine - An article by Joanna Kluever in School Library Journal, April 9, 2020.
- Combined School and Public Libraries: A Guideline for Decision Making - From the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. There is more information on this at School and Public Libraries Addenda which includes of list of school and public library combinations.
- A School-Public Library Partnership Creates Boundless Potential - School and public library cooperation in Hartford, CT. This is an article by Rebecca T. Miller in School Library Journal, Nov. 25, 2019
- School and Public Library Relationships: Essential Ingredients in Implementing Educational Reforms and Improving Student Learning - by Shirley A. Fitzgibbons in School Library Media Research, Vol. 3, 2000.
- Combined School/Public Libraries Can Exist - With Careful Planning - The Morristown Branch library is located in the Morristown Junior-Senior High School. This is an article by Maren Williams, July 12, 2013.
- Joint Use Libraries - Policy statement of the Australian Library and Information Association.
- Fort Lupton Public and School Library - Fort Lupton, CO.
- Joint-Use Libraries : A Bibliography - A fact sheet by the American Library Association.
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