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Like you, we want to help all students succeed. Digital literacy is an important part of that. While 92% of district administrators think that the effective use of technology in the classroom leads to greater student achievement, many educators find it challenging to incorporate databases and digital tools into their educational practices.1
Librarians are valuable resources for teachers who want to improve their use of technology in the classroom, but they often struggle to find ways to advocate for their library, get into the classroom, and collaborate as essential partners in education. What can we do to help change that? Read below to learn about the study, find out what students and educators had to say, and more. You’ll discover how to implement educational technologies into classroom instruction, enhance teacher effectiveness, and empower learning outcomes.