Research
What Does the Library Have to Do With It? The Success of Finnish Education in PISA Tests and the Role of School and Public Libraries Print E-mail
By Elizabeth Greef   
Abstract
Elizabeth Greef explores the reasons for Finland’s student success in PISA and considers the shift to the digital school. Greef aims to investigate what in the Finnish school system and culture makes students successful in PISA tests and also what role school, and public libraries, play in this success.
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Professional Work and Learning with Smartphones: A Comparative Study of School Librarians from Australia, Hong Kong and United Kingdom Print E-mail
By Zvjezdana Dukic and Annie Tam   
Abstract
This comparative study, by Dukic and Tam, explores the role of mobile technologies in school librarians’ daily work, professional learning and development in Australian, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. 
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