...Education is always one child at a time, so the role of the school librarian has to be measured in the impact on the learning of each child. My advice is for school librarians to really look at each student entering the library, and think about what that student needs to set and achieve positive goals. The librarian works school-wide and curriculum-wide, so we are the common thread in the instructional life of the student. I tell prospective school librarians that they now can be the teacher that they always wanted to be. The library as that school-wide and curriculum-wide classroom can be a true learning commons for each student. It's not just about technology and ebooks. They are just tools. The learning is the thing.