Brainstorms and Blueprints: Teaching Library Research As a Thinking Process

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Libraries Unltd Incorporated, 1988 - Education - 181 pages
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Teaches the two essential elements of library research: brainstorms -- conceptual, right-brain activities that encourage creative research projects -- and blue-prints -- carefully delineated, left-brain processes that bring order to the new ideas.

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BARBARA K. STRIPLING is currently Director of Library Programs for New Visions for Public Schools, a local education fund in New York City. She has been a classroom teacher of English and drama, a school library media specialist for grades K-12, Library Power Director in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and a Director of Instructional Services for the Fayetteville, Arkansas, public schools. She is the auhtor or editor of three books: Braistorms and Blueprints: Teaching Library Research as a Thinking Process, Libraries for the National Education Goals, and Learning and Libraries in an Information Age: Principles and Practice. She is a former president of the American Association of School Librarians and is currently serving on the Executive Board of the American Library Association.

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