Sensible Approaches to Technology for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership

Lamb, Annette; Johnson, Larry
February 2011
Teacher Librarian;Feb2011, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p62
Academic Journal
The article discusses electronic publishing and technology in light of the responsibilities of teacher-librarians and school librarians. The authors highlight the responsibility of teacher-librarians to understand and identify effective and efficient curriculum approaches, focusing on the role of educational technology in helping students learn. They present information on several online resources that can help teacher-librarians create connections and collaborate with students, including the web sites TodaysMeet, located at todaysmeet.com, Wallwisher, located at wallwisher.com, and Webspiration, located at mywebspiration.com.


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