The changing role of school libraries

03/22/2012 | Press of Atlantic City (N.J.), The

While school libraries are still filled with books, their role has changed in the digital age from a place where students can research information to a venue that facilitates active learning and serve as a gateway to information. In New Jersey, several school libraries have been updated and renovated, offering the latest technology. However, librarians say that while students are digital natives, many still need guidance on effective online searches.

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