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Teacher's Guide to Assessing Credibility of Online Resources ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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8 Reasons Why you should Create A Blog for your Class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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A Great Project Based Learning Checklist for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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Twenty Rules for Better Book Displays

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2. Displays should be popular. While a fair amount of time might be spent filling a display fixture, the ultimate goal is for that fixture to be empty. If, after a day or so, the same books are still on the display unit, consider a new topic...

 

-Susan Brown


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Really helps to clarify the fundamental purpose of library book displays.

 

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