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Journey to the Centre of Teacher Librarianship

Bibliography 401 March 12, 2009

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Australian School Library Association & Australian Library and Information Service (2001). Learning for the Future: Developing information services in schools (2nd ed.). Carlton, South Vic.: Curriculum Corporation

Batz, L., Rosenberg, H. (1999). Creating an information literate school: information literacy in action. NASSP bulletin, 83(605), pp. 68-74. Retrieved from CSU Library Reserve database. Describes a New Jersey school’s library and its role in the school: excellent, inspirational, practical. “Literacy must be pervasive” (p. 74). “The needs of the users are always paramount” (p. 72).

Brown, C.-A. (2008). Building rubrics: a step by step process. Library Media Connection, January 2008. Retrieved from CSU Library Reserve database. A useful guide to desisgning and using rubrics to assist assessment.

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Eisenberg, M. (2008). Information literacy: essential skills for the information age. Journal of library and information technology 28(2), 39 – 47. Retrieved from CSU Library Reserve database. Easy to read; good examples of how to implementing info skills.

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Henri, J. (2005). Chapter 2: Understanding the information literate school community. In J. Henri & M. Asselin (Eds). The information literate school community 2: Issues of leadership. Wagga Wagga, N.S.W.: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University. Retrieved from CSU Library Reserve database. Looks at the complex relationship between knowledge, information and learning; guide to what an ILSC might look like.

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still applicable.

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link between thinking and learning; tools for promoting learning.

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