8 Podcast Episodes You Should Check Out

Later this week I will be attending the Fall CUE conference here in Northern California. I believe it is my 7th or 8th of this in a row… you see I’m a bit of a tech conference junkie! I am leading a Continue Reading

Why Do We Need Teacher Librarians?

…. Here’s Why: Part 4 of 4 in a series by CUE guest blog editor Jane Lofton As a teacher librarian, I was, of course, attracted by the headline of Mike Niehoff’s article in the Winter 2014 onCUE,  “ From Stacks to Continue Reading

Selecting Quality Research Sources for the Classroom

Part 3 of 4 in a series By CUE guest blog editor Jane Lofton – by Tasha Bergson-Michelson When we consider information quality — teaching students to find and use credible information — educators often feel they must take sides with regard to what type Continue Reading

CSLA Information Literacy Summit at CUE 2015

Part 1 of 4 in a series By CUE guest blog editor Jane Lofton While so many concepts have transformed meaning with the advent of the information age, this 1989 statement from the American Library Association Presidential Committee on Information Literacy still holds: “Ultimately, Continue Reading