Document Type

Article

Abstract

This article describes some of the key concepts and strategies associated with the term critical inquiry that are relevant to the work of school libraries in secondary settings. Practical examples are given for conducting critical inquiry in the library based on the authors work with African American youth in an after school literacy program.

Disciplines

Library and Information Science | Secondary Education and Teaching

Comments

This article is the publisher's version, previously published as: Kumasi, K. (2007). Critical Inquiry: Library Media Specialists as Change Agents. School Library Media Activities Monthly, Vol 23, No 9.

Copyright 2007 Kafi D. Kumasi.