Push Technology

March 2008
Library Journal;3/15/2008 Supplement, Vol. 133, p24
Trade Publication
This article focuses on Marcia Mardis, Assistant Professor of the School Library Media Program at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. Mardis stresses to school librarians the importance of current technology. She is also the Director of the Michigan Educators' Resources Digital Library, which brings digital sources to school libraries.


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