Savvy School Library Design to Facilitate 21st-century Literacy Skills and the Common Core
Ohio Media Spectrum
school libraries, design and construction, libraries and students, school libraries administration, school librarian participation in curriculum planning, school library standards, Common Core State Standards (Education)
Education | Library and Information Science
The article looks at the potential of a school library's design to facilitate 21st century literacy skills in students and help educators address Common Core standards. School libraries are suggested to accommodate and promote 21st century literacy and competency for students, as well as be collaborative, hands-on, and feature multifaceted design and delivery. The opportunity of school libraries to assume an instructional leadership role to influence academic achievement is discussed.
Harper, Meghan (2013). Savvy School Library Design to Facilitate 21st-century Literacy Skills and the Common Core. Ohio Media Spectrum 65(1), 34-43. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/slispubs/43