Librarians as Partners

Steinberg, Marilyn H.; Mofford, Kari
December 2006
Teaching Professor;Dec2006, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p3
The article discusses the importance of librarians as partners of teachers in developing students knowledge. Librarians can work with teachers to update and add critical elements in school projects. The research session which the librarian does for students helps them tremendously. A teacher can also to talk to librarians about the best way to integrate information literacy into the class without assigning a research project.


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