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domingo, 29 de janeiro de 2012

School Libraries: Applying Innovative Ideas to a Threatened Species



I suggest that school libraries need to reinvent themselves as something much more sophisticated than what they currently are. They should not be a simple wharehouse of neatly (if you are lucky) catalogued materials to serve children. They should be "idea centres" where students, staff and faculty can put their ideas together for the purpose of innovation. This is NOT about repackaging a library and renaming it a "Learning Commons". This is about changing the PURPOSE of the library. What it is called is not important. It is what it DOES that is important.
Library and Information Technology at UFV: School Libraries: Applying Innovative Ideas to a Threatened Species

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