Since the start of the third millennium, the educational services of a good school library have become more important than ever. Participative new media tools have altered the shape and experience of learning and provided school librarians in the changing digital learning environments with new skills, new tools and new ways of working with literacy, information literacy and digital fluency in Library 2.0. with improved delivery of digital content for use in new flexible learning spaces, libraries are being purposefully designed to become active agents of learning.
|Title of host publication||Information literacy beyond library 2.0|
|Editors||Peter Godwin, Jo Parker|
|Place of Publication||London|
|Number of pages||14|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|