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What Do You Predict for the Future of School Libraries?

April 29, 2016 1:27

Librarian Sereena Hamm of Washington Latin Public Charter School in the nation’s capital discusses what she predicts for libraries in the future. She is the school’s first full-time librarian. Even as school libraries explore new digital media, she said, they are still exploring the “essential human questions we’ve always explored.” This video is part of a set of interviews for School Library Month on Education Week’s BookMarks blog. Education Week Video

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