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Partners in literacy : schools and libraries building communities through technology

Author: Sondra Cuban; Larry Cuban
Publisher: New York : Teachers College Press ; Chicago : ALA Editions, ©2007.
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"Why have libraries and schools - both public institutions committed to community-based learning - adopted new technologies in dramatically different ways? Exploring the differences in technology use between schools and libraries across the country, the authors describe ways that these two institutions can collaborate to improve teaching and learning while building communities. With a focus on literacy development,  Read more...
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Cuban, Sondra.
Partners in literacy.
New York : Teachers College Press ; Chicago : ALA Editions, c2007
(OCoLC)608072907
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Sondra Cuban; Larry Cuban
ISBN: 9780807747957 0807747955 9780807747964 0807747963
OCLC Number: 81943544
Description: ix, 150 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction: technology in libraries and schools in the early 21st century --
Social forces affecting public libraries and schools --
Explaining libraries' and schools' different strategies toward technology --
Libraries, literacy, and instructional technology --
Technology in public schools --
Schools and libraries as partners in community technologies: special projects or permanent promise?
Responsibility: Sondra Cuban and Larry Cuban.
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