Please Note: All articles published in School Libraries in Canada (SLiC) are available in full text through EBSCO and ProQuest education databases. PDF versions of full editions are available for download from the SLiC Archives. Be sure to note the Volume and Issue numbers!
Election Central at Your School Library Learning Commons. School Libraries in Canada Volume 33 Issue 3 (Fall, 2015).
Aspirations and Opportunities: Advocacy for School Library Programs. Canadian Children’s Book News 38(3), Summer 2015. A publication of the Canadian Children’s Book Centre.
Leading Learning: Standards of Practice for School Library Learning Commons in Canada. A Catalyst for Change, with Carol Koechlin. Teacher Librarian: The Journal for School Library Professionals, Volume 42, Number 5 (2015).
Collaborative Leadership: A Learning Commons Model, with Carol Koechlin
The Trillium (July 2014). ASCD Ontario
Flip Your Library Orientation!
School Libraries in Canada, Volume 33, Issue 1 (2015)
Digital Literacy: Opportunities in the Learning Commons
School Libraries in Canada, Volume 32, Issue 3 (2014)
From the President: Value, Influence, Positioning: Advocacy by a New Name
Open Shelf, Ontario Library Association (2014)
Myths, Realities and Opportunities: What the Research Says about Digital Literacy
Treasure Mountain Canada 2014.
Video presentation on YouTube: http://youtu.be/P9aGAVxuPjk
TMC2014 Website: https://sites.google.com/site/tmcanada3/
TMC2014 Papers: https://sites.google.com/site/treasuremountaincanada3/
From Hubris to Humility: Welcoming New Standards for School Libraries in Canada
School Libraries in Canada, Volume 32, Issue 2 (2014)
Models for Technology Integration in the Learning Commons
School Libraries in Canada, Volume 32, Issue 1 (2014)
Transforming Library Spaces
School Libraries in Canada Volume 31, Issue 3 (2013)
Teacher-Librarians as Content Curators: Strong Contexts, New Possibilities. School Libraries in Canada Volume 31, Issue 2 (2013)
District and State/Provincial VLCs, a Chapter 13 in The Virtual Learning Commons, by Loertscher, Koechlin and Rosenfeld, (LMC Source, 2012). Additional contributions to Chapter 7, Start with the Information Center.
School Library Websites: The Bricks and Mortar of the Virtual Library Space. Treasure Mountain Canada 2012.
Action is Eloquence: Advocacy Advice for School Libraries. School Libraries in Canada Volume 30 Issue 1 (2012)
Cross-Pollination @ your library. The Teaching Librarian Volume 19, Issue 1 (Fall 2011)
The Virtual Library: Have We Put the Cart Before the Horse? School Libraries in Canada Volume 29 Issue 2 (2011)
Nurturing Our Digital Literacy. School Libraries in Canada Volume 29 Issue 1 (2011).
Teacher-Librarians and the New Learning Divide. In Treasure Mountain Canada (C. Koechlin, ed.), Hi-Willow, 2010.
Also available at the Treasure Mountain 2010 website.
Clearing the Fog About the Cloud: Some Relationship Advice. School Libraries in Canada Volume 28 Issue 3 (2010).
Tech Tools for the Arts: More Than a Mash-Up Culture. School Libraries in Canada Volume 28 Issue 2 (2010).
Six Letters That Count: ILS + RDA = A Better School Library Experience. School Libraries in Canada Volume 28 Issue 1 (2010).
Bridging the Learning Divide. Feliciter Volume 55 No. 6 (2009).
The Virtual Library as a Learning Hub. School Libraries in Canada Volume 27 Issue 3 (2009).
The School Library Learning Commons: Are We “Virtually” There? School Libraries in Canada Volume 27 Issue 2 (2009).
Knowledge Ontario’s Digital Delights (with Diane Bédard). The Teaching Librarian Volume 17 No. 1 (2009).
Becoming Teacher-Librarian 2.0. Partnership: the Canadian Journal of Library Information and Practice Volume 2 No. 1 (2007).