Journal of the American
Association of School Librarians
Published bimonthly September through June by the American Association of School Librarians, a division of the American Library Association, Knowledge Quest is devoted to offering substantive information to assist building-level school librarians, supervisors, library educators, and other decision makers concerned with the development of school library programs and services. Articles address the integration of theory and practice in school librarianship and new developments in education, learning theory, and relevant disciplines.
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Volume 43, No. 1
The theme for the September/October 2014 Knowledge Quest is Trends and Foundations: A Closer Look. School librarians have a multitude of issues to deal with in their schools and in their school library programs. This issue examines those areas that the busy school librarian may have overlooked or put on the back burner.
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The Table of Contents
Guest Editor column, “Reflecting on a Diverse Set of Ideas,” by Beth Friese and Melissa Techman
A new poll on your school library program’s approach to teaching and learning
The online exclusive, “Advocating Advocacy: Raising Voices to Make Change,” by Kevin Hodgson
The online exclusive, “Privacy vs. Free Speech in the Digital Age,” by Gary Price
Creativity and Innovation
Beyond the Core
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Imagining the Future September/October 2013