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What does OABN stand for?

OABN stands for Outstanding Books and Nonprint

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     addthis_pub = 'ALAMarketing'; 224 pages6" x 9"SoftcoverISBN-13: 978-0-8389-3470-8Year Published: 1998Since its publication in June 1998, Information Power has become the most talked about book in the school library world! It includes the standards that will help students become skillful producers and consumers of information along with the guidelines and principles that lead to dynamic, student-centered programs. The book’s underlying concepts will guide you in:helping students flourish in a learning community not limited by time, place, age, occupation, or disciplinary borders; joining teachers and others to identify links in student information needs, curricular content, learning outcomes, and a variety of print and nonprint resources; designing authentic learning tasks and assessments; and defining your role in student learning.Table of ContentsPrefaceIntroductionPart One Information Literacy Standards for Student Learning1 The Vision2 Information Literacy Standards for Student LearningPart Two Building Partnerships for Learning3 Collaboration, Leadership, and Technology4 Learning and Teaching5 Information Access and Delivery6 Program Administration7 Connections to the Learning CommunityAppendixesA Library PowerB ICONnectC Statements and PoliciesALA Library Bill of RightsALA Access to Resources and Services in the School Library Media ProgramALA Confidentiality of Library RecordsALA The Freedom to ReadALA Access to Electronic Information, Services, and NetworksAECT Code of EthicsAECT Statement on Intellectual FreedomD NSSE Schoolwide Goals for Student LearningE Student Performance AssessmentF ContributorsReviews“All professionals will want to own a copy of the latest Information Power to read, debate, and share with colleagues.” —School Library Journal“This powerful publication must be in every school library media center and should be in the hands of every school administrator.” —VOYA“This outstanding publication gives us a blueprint for moving the emphasis for school libraries from simply providing resources to creating a community of lifelong learners.” —Media Matters