collaborations between K-12 & academic librarians

two striped cats sitting on a house roof
From Little folks in feathers and fur, and others in neither / by Olive Thorne (1875)

74th chat, Tuesday January 10 2017: collaborations between K-12 & academic librarians

Moderated by @fobettarh & @jessicahochman

Discussion questions:

  • Q1. How did/do you perceive classes related to teaching, learning, and pedagogy in library school? #critlib
  • Q2. How do stereotypes of teachers and librarians damage school librarianship and library instruction in general? #critlib
  • Q3. What kind of education or training would benefit instructional librarians in public or academic libraries? (If you have a PK-12 ed background & work in another library, what do you wish you could share with your colleagues?) #critlib
  • Q4. Are you aware of collaborations between school, public and/or academic librarians? How could such conversation be encouraged? #critlib
  • Q5. What are the barriers to PK-12/academic collaboration? How can these start to be broken? #critlib