California School Library Associaition
YouTube produced by the California School Library Association, November 2014
Published on Sep 27, 2012
This video was produced by the New Jersey Association of School Librarians with funding provided by its advocacy partnership with LibraryLinkNJ.
Curated School Library Advocacy Videos
Five-Minute Film Festival: Reimagining the School Library
Edutopia 4 Apr. 2015.
Curated by Amy Erin Borovoy's (aka VideoAmy), the Senior Manager of Video Programming, Production, & Curation at Edutopia
"April 2015 marks the 30th anniversary of School Library Month. As our libraries evolve in the age of digital information, they need our help more than ever to stay well-funded and supported so they can grow in their critical role as advocates of technology and information literacy. Should they become learning commons, gathering places for trading information, technology hotspots, makerspaces, or all of the above? The possibilities are wide open, as you'll see in this playlist of videos about the future of libraries."
AUDIO FROM KANSAS 6/16/15:
"The School Librarian Is Expendable In Many Kansas School Districts." Wichita Public Radio.
Joyce Kasman Valenza's playlist of school library advocacy videos. The best of the best curated by Joyce, blogger of School Library Journal's Neverendingsearch.
"HISD (Houston Independent School District) Board to Vote on Putting a Librarian in Every School." FOX 26 Houston. 3 Feb. 2016.
Watch the video.
New York Video
NY Schools Need School Librarians is a video produced by the Center for Digital Literacy, Syracuse University, 2012. Based on a recent New York study, Drs. Ruth Small, R. David Lankes, and Barbara Stripling discuss the importance of a certified school librarian in every school.