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* Technological agent: provide information technology to access information; facilitate
students' use of technology in the manipulation, production and presentation of ideas and
* Rescue agent: provide just-in-time resources, help with technology, interventions in
creation of students' work, and address other student needs for last minute help.
* Individualized learning agent: use expertise in information-centered pedagogy and
differentiated learning to provide the right intervention at the right time.
Figure 3. Todd & Kuhlthau's (2004) model of the school library as dynamic agent of learning.
From "Student Learning through Ohio School Libraries: Background, Methodology and Report
of Findings," available http://www.oelma.org/StudentLearning/documents/
OELMAReportofFindings.pdf. Reproduced with permission.
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