Students in Nova Scotia Schools Without Teacher-Librarians are not Achieving Department of Education Expectations for Information Literacy Skills. A review of: Gunn, Holly, and Gary Hepburn. “Seeking Information for School Purposes on the Internet.” Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology 29.1 (Winter 2003: 67?88. 24 May 2007
On the Road to Student Success. How School Librarians Leave No Child Behind; Accountability and the School Teacher Librarian; Looking for the Evidence: Do School Libraries Improve Student Achievement?; Strategic Directions and Newer Dilemmas for Teacher-Librarians and School Library Resource Centres; The School Library: Accountability for Student Learning; Making Library Programs Count; Accelerated Reader: Does It Work? If So, Why?; Improving Satisfaction Levels: Playing a Political Game; Accountability and School Libraries: The Principal's Viewpoint; Vive la Difference: Gender, Motivation and Achievement; Integrated Library Program; Canadian Coalition for School Libraries Update; Block Grassroots Projects; On the Other Hand.
The Actions of Teacher-Librarians Minimize or Reinforce Barriers to Adolescent Information Seeking. A Review of: Meyers, Eric M., Lisa P. Nathan, and Matthew L. Saxton. “Barriers to Information Seeking in School Libraries: Conflicts in Perceptions and Practice.” Information Research 12:2 (2007: paper 295.
Social Marketing and the School Library: An Effective Path to Collaboration? A Review of: Immroth, Barbara and W. Bernard Lukenbill. “Teacher-School Library Media Specialist Collaboration through Social Marketing Strategies: An Information Behavior Study.” School Library Media Research 10 (2007. 22 April 2008 .