Services for Texas K-12 Schools

School Libraries: Studies and Documents

School Libraries: Other Services

 

  • Summer Reading Programs - Public libraries all over Texas offer summer programs to encourage children and teens to read for pleasure and to promote literacy by engaging families and people of all ages with books and programs. See the current themes many libraries are using and contact your local library for more information.

 

  • CREW Manual - For more than 30 years, The CREW Method has provided guidance to librarians and staff in small and medium sized public libraries about how to cull outdated and no longer useful materials from their collections.

 

  • Disability Information - The Disability Information and Referral Center of the Talking Book Program houses information and materials on types of disabilities and health conditions, as well as related organizations, publications, products and technology. This is a free reference service provided for anyone with a disability-related question. 

 

  • Talking Book Program - The Talking Book Program is a free service that loans books and magazines to people who cannot read standard print publications because of visual, physical or reading disabilities.

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Page last modified: June 24, 2015