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Plans, Practices and Policies: Information Literacy and the Secondary School Library

Geoff Dubber·April 2012

ISBN 9781903446621 · Price: £12.00 (Members £9.00)Add to Basket

Series: SLA Guidelines Plus · Level: Secondary

Information literacy (I.L.) is most effective when library staff and teachers work together within a progressive curriculum context. This new guideline, completely revised and rewritten in the light of recent policy developments and government initiatives, takes an in-depth look at this essential area of work and collaboration. It provides clear guidance, strategies and a common sense approach to getting to grips with the curriculum, working with school colleagues and delivering these important skills to students. It also outlines the excellent I.L. work of two experienced school library practitioners.