The changing role of school libraries

12/8/2010 | Edutopia.org

The role of the school library will evolve as schools integrate more technology into the classroom, but it should not be forgotten, suggests a high-school technology-integration specialist. In this blog post, Andrew Marcinek writes that libraries still should include books while making room for new technology such as an iPod or iPad station. School librarians also should welcome new technology and help students use it effectively.

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