School Library Media Research Volume 14, ISSN 1523-4320
In an effort to address the lack of empirical knowledge about the school librarians' role in technology, the Institute for Museum and Library Services funded Project Leadership-in-Action (LIA) to study leadership practices of school librarians. This current grant project includes a survey of the technology integration practices of school librarians with National Board Certification. Survey results revealed that the 295 respondents work in well-resourced libraries with personnel assistance as well as numerous computers and devices. Respondents reported that they led school technology integration in many areas but also had areas in which to improve, such as providing services to special needs learners, building digital collections, participating in student assessment, and transferring their leadership success to professional and local communities. (Contains 1 table and 6 figures.)
Everhart, N., Mardis, M.A. & Johnston, M. (2011). National Board Certified School Librarians' Leadership in Technology Integration: Results of a National Survey. School Library Media Research, 14,.
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