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Considering Stakeholder Roles.
1: Overview: Collaboration for Diverse Stakeholders.
2: An International Study on Principal Support of School Libraries: Synergy in Themes and Methods.
3: Principals' Perspectives of School Librarians.
4: Student Learning through Ohio School Libraries, Part 2: Faculty Perceptions of Effective School Libraries.
Collaboration in a Digital Environment.
5: Overview: Creating a Collaborative Culture in a Digital Learning Environment.
6: Teaching Information Skills in the Information Age: An Examination of Trends in the Middle Grades.
7: The Three Cs of Distance Education: Competence, Creativity, and Community.
8: The Power of Web 2.0: Teacher-Librarians Become School Technology Leaders.
Collaboration Models to Meet Diverse Needs.
9: Overview: The Power of Teacher/Librarian Collaboration: Global Research Perspectives.
10: The Social Inclusion Function of the School Library.
11: The School as an Information Ecology: A Framework for Studying Changes in Information Use.
12: Seeing the Clouds: Teacher Librarian as Broker in Collaborative Planning with Teachers.
Evaluating Collaboration and Discovering Best Practices.
13: Overview: Beginning and Ending with Assessment: A Collaborative Model of Evaluation.
14: Librarians and Teachers as Research Partners: Reshaping Practices Based on Assessment and Reflection.
15: Every Flower in the Garden: Collaboration between School Librarians and Science Teachers.
16: Shared Vision: A Key to Successful Collaboration?.
Excellence in Pre-Professional Preparation.
17: Overview: Collaboration and Student Achievement: Educating for Leadership and Sustainability.
18: A Theoretical Understanding of Teacher and Librarian Collaboration (TLC).
19: Librarians' Leadership Efficacy, Pedagogical Training, and School Involvement: Collaboration between Teachers and School Librarians in Israel.
20: Information Literacy in the New Zealand Education Sector.
About the Editor and Contributors.