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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Library Sciences Site! These are the top ten articles that your Library Sciences Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Education Lite - The Impact of the Internet on Education
What impact does the Internet have on education? Does it enhance it or detract from it?
2. The Whole Language Approach
What is whole language? Why is there such conflict?
3. The Chocolate Chip Cookie Murders, a Review
Fans of culinary mysteries might want to start this series a bit further down than the first book by Joanna Fluke.
4. Dictionary Skills
Looking for ways to help your patrons improve their dictionary skills? Try some of these great ideas.
5. Picture Puzzles
Looking for fun activities to stretch minds? Try these Rebus and picture puzzles.
6. Internet Research Lesson Plan
A lesson plan that teaches students about the problems with Internet research.
7. Gender Roles in Children's Literature
How children see themselves in relationship to others is extremely important. Many times children are pressured into meeting gender expectations. These books deal with those issues.
8. New Adult Designation - Laudable or Lamentable?
The newest marketing term for fiction books in libraries is "New Adult." What do you think? Is it a help or a hindrance for librarians and patrons alike?
9. Halloween Vs. All Saints Day
Our reference desk takes a look at the origins of All Hallows Eve (Halloween).
10. Clultural Assimilation in the United States - The Melting Pot
What are our expectations for assimilation in the United States?
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