Linking Literacy & Learning: Research, Reflection, and Practice
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Linking Literacy & Learning: Research, Reflection, and Practice
An exploration of the connections between research, learning theory, practice and the various constructs of literacy.
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Knowledge Is Power: Awesome Websites for Learning Library Skills

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by Ashley Mancill, Head Editor, INALJ Alabama Knowledge Is Power: Awesome Websites for Learning Library Skills I became interested in library work shortly after leaving the fast-paced and closely r...

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Essential Information Literacy Books

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A listing of books on information literacy that practioners will find invaluable!


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8 Ways The Librarian Of The Future Will Keep Themselves Busy

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8 Ways The Librarian Of The Future Will Keep Themselves Busy

 

What the library of the future will look like is kind of up for debate.

Will it be full of tablets that use Augmented Reality to search for physical resources?

Will it be a mix of physical and digital resources that complement one another–digital logs and databases of physical texts?

Or will libraries–as we currently know them–disappear altogether?

 

librarysciencelist.com put together the following infographic that reviews the typical ideas–we use the internet to find information, we tend to use smartphones, and we almost all use Google–#digitalliteracy, etc.


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