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A Proposed Theory of School Librarian Leadership: A Meta-Ethnographic Approach
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School Library Research Volume 19, Number 1, ISSN 2165-1019

Abstract

This paper uses a meta-ethnographic approach to examine a core body of research conducted primarily by one iSchool research center that has bolstered its curriculum in support of school librarian leadership in the past decade. Substantive studies, conducted by faculty and doctoral students, have focused on various phases of leadership from pre-service to mastery with emphases on technology integration. The goal of this paper is to go beyond the traditional summarizing of the research in the area to synthesizing and reinterpreting published findings for the purpose of building a foundation on which to investigate a theoretical framework for leadership by school librarians.

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Everhart, N. & Johnston, M.P. (2016). A Proposed Theory of School Librarian Leadership: A Meta-Ethnographic Approach. School Library Research, 19(1),. Retrieved April 26, 2019 from .

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