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The key to teaching new literacy skills is to change the focus of student writing. The written essay developed because it was easy for most people to create using the available pen-and-ink and typewriter technologies.
This article reports on a study by Joanne de Groot and Jennifer Branch that explored what the core competencies required by teacher librarians for developing exemplary school library programs in 21st centurt schools based ...
Chances are pretty good that if you're at all tech-savvy, you know that Twitter is an excellent resource for school librarians. It can help you stay on top of library news, connect with fellow librarians, see what's going on in the ...
The OpenContent UCT project at the University of Cape Town tries to encourage academics to create resources which can be shared and reused by their colleague... (RT @briankotts: Using Creative Commons resources for teaching!
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