Francine Rader discusses teaching our students to locate, evaluate, and effectively use this information in an ethical manner with wisdom, discernment, and savvy.

Our students have access to an overwhelming amount of information, and whether it is communicated in cuneiform or hypertext, the skills required to understand and apply the information remain the same. We must teach our students to locate, evaluate, and effectively use this information in an ethical manner with wisdom, discernment, and savvy. Librarians play a key role in this process.

Francine Rader

Sixteen years as a high school librarian and three years at Regents School of Austin; master’s degree in Library Science; bachelor of science in Education.

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