Information Literacy: What Does it Look Like in the School Library Media Center

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Libraries Unlimited, 2004 - Education - 121 pages
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This book is designed for courses that prepare college and university students for undergraduate or graduate degrees in school library media. It is also written as a helpful instructional manual or guidebook for practicing school library media specialists. The overall goal of this textbook is to teach library media specialists what information literacy looks like--in general, in the school, in the classroom, in your mind, in life, and in motion. Helpful scenarios and extensive annotated resources are included.

 

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Contents

2 In the School
21
3 In the Classroom
47
4 In Your Mind
75
5 In Life
89
6 In Motion
101
References
111
Index
117
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ANN MARLOW RIEDLING is Associate Professor at Saint Leo University, St. Petersburg. She has worked in the field of library science and information technology since 1974. Her previous books include Reference Skills for the School Library Media Specialist: Tools and Tips, Catalog It! A Guide to Cataloging School Library Materials, Learning to Learn: A Guide to Becoming Information Literate, and Helping Teachers Teach: A School Library Media Specialist's Role (3rd ed.), and a trade book, How We Became Camels.

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