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    It is the goal of all TCSS Library Media Centers to provide the best quality resources, instructional learning opportunities, collaboration and instructional support for our learning communities enabling and equipping all students as they learn, grow, and achieve.

     

    All TCSS Library Media Centers support the Alabama State Course of Study, the basis of  our school curriculum program and its publication "Alabama Library Media Handbook for the 21st Century Learner" as well as "Empowering Learners:  Guidelines for School Library Media Programs," published by the American Association of School Librarians and the American Library Association.  In addition, the Library Media Center endorses the literacy principles of the 2008 Standards of the 21st Century Learner of the American Association of  School Librarians.

    TCSS Library Media Centers provide open access for all students.  Our system’s Library Media
    Centers use
    Destiny, a Follett software product as its automated management system. 

    Destiny provides TitlePeek®, which gives students a chance to preview books on-line; and One Search®, which lets students get information from the school library and the Internet as a whole with a single search, and WebPath Express®, which limits student, searches to approved, grade-appropriate web sites. Destiny access is available to teachers and students at school and at home via Internet