AASLAmerican Association of School Librarians (American Library Association)
AASLAmerican Association of School Libraries
AASLAssociation of Architecture School Librarians
AASLAthletic Association of Sri Lanka (est. 1922)
AASLArkansas Association of School Librarians
AASLAerospace and Autonomous Systems Laboratory
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AASL president Ballard says the confusion surrounding digital purchasing models is a serious issue that needs resolution as it strikes at the heart of a library's mandate to provide students with as much exposure to content as possible.
The airport security programme submitted by AASL was approved by the Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka (CAASL) as far back as May 19, 2006 nearly a month after the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) made an abortive assassination bid on the army chief, signalling its intent on resuming hostilities.
Timothy Shriver, and the executive directors of ISTE, NAESP, AASA, PTA, NEA, AFT, NASN, ASBO AASL and NASSP.
Lessons reinforce specific skills and self-assessment strategies from the AASL Standards for 21st-Century Learners.
The American Association of School Librarians (AASL) has taken the first step toward helping librarians by offering the Common Core Standards Crosswalk, a diagram that outlines how the AASL Standards for the 21st-Century Learner and the Common Core State Standards align.
This second edition of the text reflects new AASL standards and current legislation affecting school curricula.
This fifth edition integrates the latest standards and legislation, such as NCLB legislation and the revision of AASL standards, as well as the latest technological developments, such as virtual libraries and network terminology.
To help parents, teachers and kids learn how to use the Internet to find information they need, AASL, the world's largest association of school library media specialists, joins this year's Family Technology Nights program to introduce families to KidsConnect.
AASL has unveiled its "Standards for the 21st Century Learner," which again shows that media specialists play an essential role in preparing students to compete in the global community.
In 1945 the AASL school library standards committee published the first set of national K-12 school library standards, School Libraries for Today and Tomorrow (Douglas 1945).
Focused on collaboration between library media specialists and K-2 classroom teachers, this resource provides a standards-based, step- by-step approach to library research based on the AASL Standards for the 21st-Century Learner.