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Programmatic Role of Education Libraries in Informatics to Support Preservice Teacher Preparation Programs
As education librarians seek to collaborate with preservice teacher preparation programs, they need to apply informatics principles to optimize the library’s ultimate impact on student achievement. Specifically, education librarians need to examine several levels of information processing systems: student, faculty, program, institution, and government entities. Furthermore, education librarians need to identify the conditions or environments of these information systems because the infrastructure, available resources, and knowledge base all impact student learning.
Updated: Jun. 13, 2010
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