Tricia Kelleher has a few questions about how school libraries should handle the growing demand for digital materials in this article.
She argues, “So what does this mean for a school? It means a great deal. It is my belief that the library has the capacity to enjoy its own renaissance. Because of the digital revolution it is no longer just about the printed book. As a space, it is about inspiring young people.”
and she makes many valuable points about how we can be more inspiring.
Read more here: http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Education/Tricia-Kellehers-Blog/Has-the-school-library-a-future-in-the-digital-age-20130520132558.htm