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Technology for the School Library

Theory and Practice



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Technology for the School Library: Theory and Practice by William Scheeren
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What does a school librarian need to know about technology? While no book hope to address all the nuances of technology with which today's librarian must be familiar, "Technology for the School Library: Theory and Practice" provides a starting point for further study of this wide-ranging and critically important field. The only book that addresses both the theoretical and the practical aspects of the subject, "Technology for the School Library" is organized into thirteen chapters that describe the most vital topics in technology for school librarians. Within these chapters, school librarians (whether practicing or prospective) will be introduced to the practical aspects of technology in the school library and presented with a theoretical framework that will allow them to continue their research and learning. Case studies facilitate understanding, as do the study questions included with each chapter.
Release date Australia
March 31st, 2010
Country of Publication
United States
Libraries Unlimited Inc
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