Re-thinking educational resources
This presentation at TED by PennState’s – Ali Carr-Chellman – provides excellent insight for engaging potential patrons by rethinking the dynamics of education and information delivery. Highly recommended viewing for any children’s / young adult / reference librarians and library administrators seeking ways of making their collections and resources more viable.
How can this idea of engaging an alienated population be implemented in libraries?
What methods that mirror these concepts are currently being employed?
Books by Alison A. Carr-Chellman:
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