grappling with teacher's lack of research skills

Riedling, Ann
April 2004
Teacher Librarian;Apr2004, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p54
Academic Journal
Deals with the importance of productive collaboration and teaching information literacy skills. Percentage of teacher-librarians who experience problems with research kills; Connection between information literacy and plagiarism; Role of information literacy skills in student achievement.


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