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Monthly Archives: July 2013
Over eons the library has been used as a ‘storehouse’ and a “repository for all key information” (Frey,T. 2007) and librarians have been seen within this context as the “information specialists” (Purcell, M. 2010 p. 33) and the primary “gatekeeper[s]” … Continue reading
The deadline for assessment item one is looming and the reading has gone well. I have so much information in my brain that I swear if I turn my head too fast to either the right or the left there … Continue reading
A brilliant account of how we taught, how we teach and how education needs to change to adapt to the future demands of society. Who knew that broad free public education was intended to produce factory workers…well I didn’t know!
It has been an fabulous journey reading about the professional lives, learning, passions and areas of expertise of teacher librarians. It is becoming apparent that as a group they face the dual challenges of a rapidly changing educational paradigms and … Continue reading
From the last blog, I think it is plain that I was a little disspirited in the face of the learning curve. I have since gone off and had a stern talking to myself. Suitably refreshed and abashed, I have … Continue reading
Very interesting article about the changing roles of librarians – the guardians of dead paper. Think he’s on to something here!