Learning and Libraries in an Information Age: Principles and Practice (Paperback)Barbara K. Stripling (author)
Paperback 375 Pages / Published: 15/10/1999
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Blending the latest research and educational theory with sound and effective practices, this book shows you how to create a learning-centered library for the new millennium. Some of the most respected authorities in the field have contributed their ideas and expertise to this important work. For example, Carol Kuhlthau discusses student learning in the information age; Jackie Mancall writes about collection development; Sheila Salmon describes what the library media specialist brings to the equation of standards-based learning; and Joy McGregor provides an informative article about learning theories and models. The result is a valuable combination of principles and implementation strategies for learning, information literacy, instructional design, library media program design, collaboration, teaching, collection development, assessment, and building communities of learning. Now is the time to step forward as an instructional leader and this is the book that will help you do it. A must read for libra
Number of pages: 375
Weight: 683 g
Dimensions: 279 x 216 x 21 mm
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