From activity to learning: using cultural historical activity theory to model school library programmes and practices.

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Meyers, E.M. (2007). From activity to learning: using cultural historical activity theory to model school library programmes and practices. Information Research, 12(3) paper 313. [Available at http://InformationR.net/ir/12-3/paper313.html]
Introduction: changes in educational policy and practice demand that we examine school library programmes from a new perspective. As a model that takes a developmental view of minds in context, Cultural Historical Activity Theory is particularly well suited to the study of school libraries and the learning that occurs therein. This paper focuses on the activity theoretic concepts of

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