7 edition of Toward a 21st-century school library media program found in the catalog.
Toward a 21st-century school library media program
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Toward a twenty-first century school library media program|
|Statement||edited by Esther Rosenfeld, David V. Loertscher.|
|Contributions||Rosenfeld, Esther., Loertscher, David V., 1940-|
|LC Classifications||Z675.S3 T645 2007|
|The Physical Object|
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School libraries are the hub of the school, librarians are heavily involved in education, and changing technology means the library is actually more relevant than ever.
Category Education. Libraries as Hubs for 21st-Century Learning. if you are thinking about how to get more youth to the library for a program, have them consider what types of barriers may be in the way of.
This is also in accordance with the opinion of Chu and Reynolds () that project based learning is an efficient method for building 21st century skills development, because it promotes critical.
The Program. • The library media center (LMC) is a place where individuals and groups of students use information to extend classroom studies and to further personal interests.
• Students have open, flexible access to library media resources and services.