|Statement||Ray Doiron and Marlene Asselin.|
|Contributions||Asselin, Marlene, 1949-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
Service Learning, Information Literacy, and Libraries represents a key contribution to scholarship in the nascent topic area of service-learning and academic libraries. Faculty would be well advised to take advantage of the services librarians provide to support effective service-learning, and this book offers both audiences much food for Author: Jennifer E. Nutefall. This project has also allowed us to develop the new, free online course, Adult Literacy through Libraries (ALL): an Action Agenda Online Course, on ProLiteracy Education course was designed to help literacy providers, librarians, and library workers nationwide develop and advocate for accessible and innovative adult literacy services and resources. Preview the book online! Biographies of Chapter Contributors Introduction: Classroom Teachers and Teacher-Librarians Working Together as Champions for Literacy 1. Redefining the School Library's Role in Literacy Teaching and Learning 2. Developing a Full Literacy Partnership 3. Teacher-Librarians and Classroom Teachers: Partners in Promoting. Literacy & Libraries: Learning from Case Studies. DeCandido, GraceAnne A., Ed. This book presents 22 personal narratives in which library directors, program administrators, teachers, tutors, librarians, and adult learners explain firsthand how literacy programs at Cited by: 4.
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