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The Leadership Role of the Teacher Librarian in Technology Integration: Early Results of a Survey of Highly Certified Teacher Librarians in the United States
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School Library Association of Queensland and the International Association of School Librarianship Conference incorporating the International Forum on Research in School Librarianship,

Abstract

In 2008, the United States' Institute for Museum and Library Services funded Project Leadership-in-Action (LIA) that included surveys of the technology integration practices of teacher librarian leaders with National Board Certification. Preliminary 2009 survey results suggested that the 295 respondents worked 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 services to special needs learners, participation in student assessment, and transferring their leadership success to professional and local communities. Project Leadership-in-Action (LIA) Survey Questions are appended. (Contains 1 table and 6 figures.)

Citation

Everhart, N., Mardis, M.A. & Johnston, M. (2010). The Leadership Role of the Teacher Librarian in Technology Integration: Early Results of a Survey of Highly Certified Teacher Librarians in the United States. Presented at School Library Association of Queensland and the International Association of School Librarianship Conference incorporating the International Forum on Research in School Librarianship 2010. Retrieved October 16, 2019 from .

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