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Librarians as learning leaders: cultivating cultures of inquiry
|Title:||Librarians as learning leaders: cultivating cultures of inquiry|
|Authors:||Harada, Violet H.|
|Citation:||Harada, V. (2010). Librarians as learning leaders: Cultivating cultures of inquiry. The Many Faces of School Library Leadership. In S. Coatney (Ed.), The Many Faces of School Library Leadership (pp.13-28). Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited. Prepublication version.|
|Abstract:||What is the business of libraries if not to cultivate learning? Having raised this rhetorical question, I hasten to add that the challenge for librarians to assume the mantle of leadership requires serious thinking about what this really means. Let me begin by identifying several core beliefs that I share with respected educators. These beliefs frame my reflections in this chapter:
In this chapter, I expand on the following major points with the hope that my comments generate spirited and meaningful dialogue amongst readers:
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