From Fixed to Flexible: Making the Journey

Needham, Joyce
June 2003
Teacher Librarian;Jun2003, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p8
Academic Journal
Discusses strategies to enable school libraries to shift from a fixed to a flexible, integrated and collaborative program. Processes involved with information literacy; Details of problem-solving models to actively teach information literacy; Implications for teacher-librarians; Tips to build support for the information literacy program.


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