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GECDSB Teacher Librarian Resource Wiki

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This wiki has been created to support the Teacher-Librarians of the Greater Essex County District School Board. It is an instructional, interactive, collaborative tool where strategies, resources, ideas and information of interest to us all can be posted and shared for our professional development.  Let's get started exploring our varied roles...




Click on the topics below for more information. 



Teaching Learning Critical Pathways 




Role of the Teacher Librarian




Literacy Throughout the Year


Library Orientation Lessons


Forest of Reading Program


Little Library Lessons


Book Talks & Trailers


Media Literacy


Just Read


Book Fairs


Literature Resources


Author Visits 


Information Literacy


Technology and Literacy




Tips and Tricks



Just Research


Online Databases


Student Reference Portal


TL Guides - NEW!!


Quality Research Projects


Academic Honesty


MLA/APA Style Guides 


Research Tracking Forms 


Searching Online 


Copyright - New!






Mapping the School Library Collection


Purchasing Decisions




Ministry Funded Resource Initiatives


Book Lists for Teaching Strategies



New Java Client Help Pages


New Visual Guide to Making Student Barcodes


Definitions of Library Terms




Using Webcat











How Do I?


SMARTboard Technology


Online Databases


Web 2.0 Tools


GECDSB Acceptable Use Policy


Assistive Technology





GECDSB Learning Commons


Teacher Librarian Collaborative Inquiry Vol. 1


Info Links




Professional Reading


PD for Teacher 



Just for Laughs! 



Assessment and Evaluation in the Library Setting






Library and Literacy Photos from Winter/Spring 2010


Library and Literacy Photos from Winter/Spring 2009






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