How school librarians can enhance student learning projects

10/29/2013 | Edutopia.org

School librarians' research and technology expertise can be an invaluable resource for teachers doing project-based learning with their students, PBL expert Suzie Boss writes in this blog post. She offers ways teachers can collaborate with librarians and media specialists, such as attending library workshops on research skills, source credibility and copy right. "Their understanding of information literacy and digital citizenship can make a difference across the arc of projects," she writes.

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