2 edition of New trends in education and their implications for the school library found in the catalog.
New trends in education and their implications for the school library
Sara Innis Fenwick
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New trends in library and information fields and the implications for continuing education I. M.N. Kigongo-Bukenya Journal of Librarianship and Information Science 2, Cited by: 7.
With the digital revolution ongoing, school libraries are transforming into very different places. Often they are noisy, with classes of children searching for new books for sustained silent reading or collecting information for book reports and projects.
And librarians find that their function is changing from being solely gatekeepers to being connectors and instructors on how to use advanced technology to. This paper explores the new American Association of School Libraries (AASL) National School Library Standards relative to the information literacy pipeline as K students reach university-level learning environments.
Shifts in the standards, and therefore eventual shifts in Cited by: 1. While performance-based funding is nothing new, many have identified its resurgence in several states as a trend in higher education and new models have earned the term “Performance Funding ” 29 Numerous initiatives related to educational access and student success, such as Achieving the Dream 30 and its Developmental Education.
One of the major changes we expect to see in academic libraries is the use of new innovating technologies. The NMC Horizon Report Summary Library Edition suggests that in the very near future we will be seeing “libraries adapting to accommodate new applications of technology for learning, research, and information”.Author: Chloe Wenborn.
What we as adults experienced in school, as educators and students, will bear little resemblance to what lies ahead. Here's a look at current trends, their implications, and changes to watch for. The Three Key Trends 1. Digital delivery No longer shackled to books as their only source of content, educators and students are going.
The Center for the Future of Libraries works to identify trends relevant to libraries and librarianship. This collection is available to help libraries and librarians understand how trends are developing and why they matter. Each trend is updated as new reports and articles are made resources from the ALA Center for the Future of Libraries.
These trends were identified through numerous discussions with library deans, directors, staff and most importantly, library patrons. Discuss them early on in the library planning process, while debating the future vision, mission, and purpose to ensure a library design that.
Library Media Specialists today remain informed about new technologies and research methods, and how students (and the general public) integrate digital formats into their work. In a separate, newfound administrative role, Library Media Specialists have many new responsibilities.