In this article the author reflects on issues facing teacher librarians and the concept of iCentre in Australia. The author argues that while some schools embraced the transforming of traditional school library into a facility with a chief information officer at the helm, it was more of a branding than effectively changing form and function. She implies to go beyond the form in terms of facility and address major challenges of silo-based infrastructure of information, technology, and learning.
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - Nov 2010|