Performing Hybridity

1st Edition

Impact of New Technologies on the Role of Teacher-Librarians

Authors: Kerry Mallan Roy Lundin Raylee Elliott-Burns Geraldine Massey Anne Russell
Paperback ISBN: 9781876938000
eBook ISBN: 9781780632827
Imprint: Chandos Publishing
Published Date: 30th June 2002
Page Count: 76
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Table of Contents

Methodology; Conceptual framework and literature review; Impact of new technologies: findings; Conclusions and implications; Recommendations.

Description

This publication was the outcome of a research project undertaken by a team of researchers from Queensland University of Technology and Brisbane Catholic Education Office throughout 1999-2000. The report was originally distributed to a limited number of participants and others considered stakeholders in the fields of education and teacher-librarianship. The publication of the report reflects the interest shown in the project around Australia. The research focused on the impact of new technologies on the day-to-day lives of teacher-librarians, and revealed information that has significant relevance for the training, professional development and infrastructure support for teacher-librarianship. This research is significant as it provides a sound and scholarly approach to the research topic and provides the field and others associated with schooling and teacher-librarianship with documented accounts of the contributions of teacher-librarians, the obstacles they face, and the way technology is affecting their personal and professional lives.

Performing Hybridity would be of interest to the teacher-librarianship and general education community. The results of the research are not state or site specific and are applicable to other states in Australia. It is important for administrators and policy makers in state, catholic and independent systems as an information source for staff planning and development, and resourcing. The publication also has value for tertiary institutions offering courses in teacher-librarianship and more general librarianship programs.

Readership

Teacher-librarianship and general education community, administrators and policy makers in state, Catholic, and independent systems, tertiary institutions offering courses in teacher-librarianship and more general librarianship programs


Details

No. of pages:
76
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Chandos Publishing 2002
Published:
Imprint:
Chandos Publishing
eBook ISBN:
9781780632827
Paperback ISBN:
9781876938000

Reviews

The study provides an informed basis for making improvements to teacher librarianship education and ongoing professional development., Margaret Butterworth - Access


About the Authors

Kerry Mallan Author

Kerry Mallan is a Research Professor in the Faculty of Education at QUT. Her work is cross-disciplinary with a focus on children’s literature, youth and popular culture, digital media texts and practices. Kerry was the founding director of the Children and Youth Research Centre at QUT.

Affiliations and Expertise

Research Professor in the Faculty of Education at QUT, Brisbane, Australia

Roy Lundin Author

Raylee Elliott-Burns Author

Geraldine Massey Author

Anne Russell Author