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LIS 550

Evaluation Report(s) Dashboard


Exemplary = Blue Recognized = Green Acceptable = Yellow Below Standard = Red

Standard 1 Standard 2 Standard 3 Standard 4 Standard 5


Learner Centered Learner Centered Learner Centered Learner Centered Library Learner Centered
Teaching & Learning Program Leadership & Technology & Environment Connections to the
Management Information Access Community

Principle 1: The librarian Principle 1: Planning: As Principle 1: The library Principle1: The design of the Principle 1: The
models and promotes an advocate for libraries, media program provides a school library is aligned with the librarian, in partnership
collaborative instruction with the librarian leads in the balanced, carefully educational objectives of the with community
teachers, as determined by development and selected, and systematically learning community. The library organizations, develops,
the independent and diverse implementation of a organized collection of environment is designed for maintains, and markets
needs of all learners, and library vision, mission, print and electronic library flexible access and supports all the vision, goals, and
within the context of state goals, objectives, and resources that are educational objectives of the needs of the school
curriculum standards. strategic plan that sufficient to meet Library program. Educational library program to the
______________________ incorporate sound policies students’ needs in all specifications for any broadest community
Principle 2: The librarian and practices. subject areas and that are renovation or proposed new constituency to promote
works collaboratively with continuously monitored facility will include a description the library and student
students, teachers, and the ____________________ for currency and of the proposed project success.
community to promote local, Principle 2: Organizing relevancy. expressing the range of issues ___________________
state, and national reading and Staffing: The ____________________ and alternatives, in accordance Principle 2: The librarian
initiatives that encourage librarian manages staff, Principle 2: The librarian with 19 Texas Administrative is knowledgeable about
learners to read, write, view, volunteers, and partners models and promotes the Code (TAC) §61.1036, School learning differences and
speak, and listen for to support the curriculum, highest standard of Facilities Standards for ethnically and culturally
understanding and to satisfy learners’ diverse conduct, ethics, and Construction on or after diverse interests of the
enjoyment. needs, and to encourage integrity in the use of the January 1, 2004, Subchapter school and local
lifelong learning. Web and other print and CC, Commissioner’s Rules community and
electronic resources. Concerning School Facilities. develops a school library
Acceptable Level in Strategy A program that responds
below is specified in 19 Texas to these unique
Administrative Code (TAC) community

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Principle 3: The librarian Principle 3: Principle 3: The librarian §61.1036, School Facilities characteristics.
collaborates, designs, and Budgets/Funding: The employs existing and Standards for Construction on Principle 3: The librarian
provides ongoing instruction librarian advocates for emerging technologies to or after January 1, 2004, facilitates broad access
for staff and students in the funding and manages access, evaluate, and Subchapter CC, to library resources and
integration of information school library program disseminate information Commissioner’s Rules provides opportunities
technology and information budgets to build and Concerning School Facilities. for use for students,
for integration into
literacy, emphasizing and maintain a program with _______________________ faculty and staff,
instructional programs.
modeling the ethical use of Principle 2: The library is
resources and services that families, partners and
resources. designed to serve as a flexible,
support a curriculum ____________________ community constituents.
designed to develop Principle 4: The librarian functional, and barrier-free ___________________
information-literate models information simultaneous-use facility for Principle 4: The librarian
students who achieve individuals, small groups, and develops a school library
problem solving processes
classes as described by state and program that offers
success in the classroom while providing formal federal guidelines. The library is students, faculty and
and function effectively in and informal instruction also designed to maximize the
the community. about reference and staff, families, partners,
use of available space to permit and community
____________________ research techniques displays of student, faculty, and constituent’s
Principle 4: Research/ community-produced materials, opportunities for
Assessment/Reporting: and collections. The facility participation and
The librarian manages a provides all members of the collaboration in the
successful program by learning community
demonstrating the value of library and educational
opportunities to explore and community. The
the library program meet their information and
through research, data librarian
recreational needs during and promotes/encourages
collection, assessment, beyond the school day. The
evaluation, and broad school and
library provides an exemplary community-based
dissemination of level of safety, security, and an
information about services advocacy for the school
age-appropriate facility for all library program to
and resources. individuals, small groups, and support student success.
classes.

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Standard 6
Learner Centered Information Science & Librarianship
Principle 1: The librarian works collaboratively with other information professionals in support of the library program, student achievement, and the
profession, and understands the role of all types of libraries in an integrated learning environment.

Principle 2: The librarian creates a school library program that is recognized as the central element in the intellectual life of the school as evidenced by
use of statistical measures to evaluate and improve the program.

Principle 3: The librarian applies and implements the principles and concepts of collection development: evaluation, selection, acquisition, and
organization of information, and employs standard bibliographic and retrieval techniques.

Principle 4: The librarian evaluates and selects existing and emergent technologies to support the library program in coordination with the Texas
Education Agency’s Long-Range Plan for Technology and the campus STaaR Chart.

Principle 5: The librarian communicates effectively with students and staff to determine information needs and applies knowledge of literature to guide
development of independent readers.

Principle 6: The librarian demonstrates ethical behavior in all professional contexts and promotes the principles of intellectual freedom, information
access, privacy, and proprietary rights.

Principle 7: The librarian engages in continuous self-evaluation and self-directed learning for professional growth by participating and contributing to
professional associations and publications.