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This article compares global markets with teacher education. Authors argue that the economy of universal information cannot provide an educational system with the tools it needs to train teachers and develop students as valuable contributors to the emerging world economy.
Updated: Nov. 26, 2008
A faculty–librarian collaboration for developing information literacy skills among preservice teachers
The article on reports on a case study comparison of citation analyses. The first group of students received a reading material rubric that was developed solely by the instructor, and the second groups of students received rubrics developed as a joint effort between the instructor and a librarian. Findings indicate that the number of scholarly resources cited increased with the librarian's assistance and so did the quality of student research.
Updated: Mar. 31, 2008