Learning everywhere

Date posted: 03 December 2012
Michael Stephens proposes that with the power of emerging technologies, the potential of the personal learning network, and the possibilities for newer methods of instruction, both teacher librarians and their students are on a positive path toward an emerging landscape of constant learning and growth.

His article in the latest issue of ACCESS scans current research, the technology environment in library and information science (LIS) and recent trends to provide an overview and roadmap toward learning everywhere.

Read more at Learning everywhere.

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