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Knowledge Quest


Volume 41, No. 4 - Mentoring through Partnerships


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Mentoring where collaborative partnerships form between new and existing librarians is essential to empower emerging and proficient leaders with knowledge, competencies, and networking to expand their influence on the learning community. Guest edited by Melissa P. Johnston and Ann M. Martin, his issue explores what one needs to understand about mentoring to impact professional practices and teaching.

Guest Editor(s):

  • Melissa P. Johnston, Assistant Professor, University of West Georgia
  • Ann M. Martin, Educational Specialist for Library Services (Retired), Henrico County (VA) Public Schools

AASL President(s):

  • Susan Ballard, Vice President, National Collaborative for Digital Equity

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