Welcome to CCBOE School Library Media Program Information!

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Our Mission

The Cullman County School Library Media Programs, in partnership with the entire community, are dedicated to providing collections that are developed, managed, and which support the curriculum in order to provide all learners with equal access to a full range of resources and services in keeping with national, regional, and state guidelines assisting our school community in developing patrons who are engaged 21st century learners, who are effective and ethical creators and communicators of information, and who become lifelong learners.

Click Here to access a complete list of Cullman County School Library Media Programs.

Including Public Access Catalogs, librarian contact information, and library websites.

College & Career Ready Standards Awareness Training for Librarians

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Click on the link for the lesson you need to view. Complete the follow up and evaluation activities. You will need to be signed-in to your Google account if viewing videos from school for access to You Tube. You will also need to be signed-in to your account for the Follow-up and Evaluation activity. If you need the latest Acrobat Reader, Click Here. If you need a FLV player, Click Here.
Purpose: To provide awareness level training to educators regarding the implementation of the College & Career Ready Standards for Alabama students. Beginning with the overall view of the purpose of the standards, how they were derived, and where our State is headed in the plan to implement ELA and Content Area standards.
Any questions? Email jchandler@ccboe.org

Click Here for CCRS Training Sessions

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Developing life-long learners who are independent users of our library programs are goals we each strive to attain.

We believe reading is a foundational skill for learning, personal growth, and enjoyment and in being successful in life.*

We believe technology skills are crucial for future employment needs.*

School libraries are essential to the development of learning skills.*

Inquiry provides a framework for learning* Ethical behavior in the use of

information must be taught.* The definition of information literacy has become more complex as resources and technologies have changed.*

The continuing expansion of information demands that all individuals acquire the thinking skills that will enable them to learn on their own.*

Learning has a social context.* Equitable access is a key component for education* (See AASL's Standards for the 21st Century Learner)