Collection Weeding as Dendrochronology: Rethinking Practices and Exposing a Library’s Sponsors of Literacy by The Unquiet Librarian

Posted: January 27, 2014 in Literacy
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A must read for anyone in a school library from The Unquiet Librarian

If we view weeding as  more than just the removal of materials and instead conceptualize it as a process of inquiry and discovery,  we can then begin to peel back layers and explore policies, philosophies, and other forces that have shaped not just the collection but the culture of learning and literacy practices in both the school and the library – The Unquiet Librarian

The Unquiet Librarian

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