Making the case for research committees

Haycock, Ken
May 1994
Emergency Librarian;May/Jun94, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p7
Examines the importance of a research committee of teacher-librarians and school library educators. Identification of research needs; Synthesis of a state-based research relevant to decision makers; Identification of previous research works.


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