Michael Lieberman – “The library claims that all the missing material is due simply to lack of inventory control and has nothing to do with theft or misappropriation.”
Elissa Silverman – “It was not your typical library story hour.”
The Washington Post has a piece today about the use of Wikipedia in the classroom. Nothing new here, but the conversation should continue:
"In the online world in which teachers and students navigate, ambiguity of this kind is daily fare. For young people who have grown up with instant access to information, it seems like no big deal. But to educators, trained in accurate sourcing and correct attribution, deciding what the limits should be often poses a dilemma."