If you are a librarian or a teacher with an extensive classroom library, you probably field frequent questions from your students about where to find certain types of books. Traditionally, libraries are organized with a long-trusted Dewey Decimal classification system. The Dewey Decimal System is very structured but it is not always intuitive for our learners. In this micro-course, learn how to use a genre-based classification system to effectively organize your school library, making it easier for your learners to access reading materials based on their interests and preferences.
Genre-Flipping Your School Library*
*Free for IU8 Schools (with coupon).