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The Role of the Principal in an Information Literate School Community: Design and Administration of an International Research Project
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School Library Media Research Volume 3, ISSN 1523-4320

Abstract

An international study of the principal's role in developing and supporting information-literate school communities was conducted in Australia, Canada, Finland, France, Japan, Scotland, and South Korea. The study sought to inform the efforts of principals and teacher-librarians throughout the world seeking to develop such communities. Researchers describe the design and administration of the study and explore the methodological issues involved. (Author/AEF)

Citation

Oberg, D., Hay, L. & Henri, J. (2000). The Role of the Principal in an Information Literate School Community: Design and Administration of an International Research Project. School Library Media Research, 3,. Retrieved October 16, 2019 from .

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