* Professional reading

Reference list for Guided inquiry
Academic:
Given, L. (2007), Evidence-based practice and qualitative research: A primer for library and information professionals, Evidence based library and information practice, 2:1.

Gordon, C.A. and Todd, R. J. (2009), Weaving evidence, reflection and action into the fabric of school librarianship, Evidence Based Library and Information Practice. 4:2.

Gordon, C.A.(2009), An emerging theory for evidence based information literacy instruction in school libraries, Part 1: Building a Foundation, Evidence based library and information practice 4:2.

Gordon, C.A. (2009), An emerging theory for evidence based information literacy instruction in school libraries, Part 2: Building a culture of inquiry, Evidence based library and information practice 4:3.

Kuhlthau, C. (1989) Information Search process: A summary of research and implications for school library media programs.  School Library Media Quarterly, 18:1 

Kuhlthau, C. (2004) Seeking meaning: A process approach to library and information services. Westport CT: Libraries Unlimited

Kuhlthau, C.C. Maniotes, L. K. and Caspari, A. K. (2007), Guided Inquiry: Learning in the 21st Century. Santa Barbara, California, Libraries Unlimited.

Kuhlthau, C.C. (2010), Guided Inquiry: School libraries in the 21st Century, School Libraries Worldwide, January.

Kuhlthau, C.C. Maniotes, L. K. and Caspari, A. K. (2012) Guided Inquiry Design: A Framework for Inquiry in Your School. Santa Barbara, California. Libraries Unlimited.

Kuhlthau, C., Maniotes, L. & Caspari, A. (2015) Guided Inquiry: Learning in the 21st century, 2nd edition. Santa Barbara, California: Libraries Unlimited

Lupton, M (2012), Inquiry skills in the Australian Curriculum, V6:  A bird’s eye view.  Access,  28 (4), pp89-29

Maniotes, L., Harrington, L., & Lambusta, P. (2015) Guided Inquiry design in action: Middle school.  Santa Barbara, California: Libraries Unlimited. 

Todd, R.J. (2009), School librarianship and evidence based practice: Progress, perspectives and challenges, Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 4:2

Todd, R.J. (2011), From literacy to inquiry: A holistic approach to literacy development in selected Australian schools. Puerto Rico: IFLA.

Todd, R.J (2012), School libraries and the development of intellectual agency: Evidence from New Jersey,School Library Research Journal, Vol. 15.

Practitioner:
FitzGerald, L. (2007), Investigating Guided Inquiry: a beginning, Scan 26 (2).

FitzGerald, L., (2011),The twin purposes of Guided Inquiry: Guiding student inquiry and evidence based practice. Scan 30 (1).

FitzGerald L., (2012), Practice meets theory: A Guided Inquiry update, Access, Vol. 26 (2).

FitzGerald, L., (2015)  Opportunity knocks: The Australian Curriculum and Guided Inquiry.  Access, 30/2 pp 5-17

FitzGerald, L. (2015) Guided Inquiry in practice. Scan, 34/4, pp16-27

McLean, I., (2011), Taking the plunge: guided Inquiry, persuasion and the research river at Penrith Public school, Scan 30 (4).

Hay, L., & Todd, R.J. (2010), School libraries 21C: The conversation begins, Scan 29 (1).

McLean I. (2011), ‘Taking the plunge: Guided Inquiry, persuasion and the research river at Penrith Public. Scan, 30 (4).

Mitchell, P.& Spence, S. (2009), Inquiry into Guided Inquiry, with grateful acknowledgement to Dr. Ross J Todd, Access, Vol. 23 (4).

O’Connor, D. (2013), The role of teacher librarian at Broughton: the headmaster’s perspective, Access, 27 (2).

Scheffers J. & Bryant, K. (2013), A perfect match – Guided Inquiry and iPad Technology, Scan 32 (1).

Scheffers, J. (2008), Guided inquiry: a learning journey, Scan 27 (4).

Sheerman, A. (2011), iInquire…iLearn….iCreate…iShare: Guided Inquiry at Broughton Anglican college, Scan 30(1).

Sheerman, A. (2011), Accepting the challenge: evidence based practice at Broughton Anglican College, Scan 30 (2).

Sheerman, A. (2014), A week in the life of a Guided Inquiry practitioner, Learning Hub 1, Summer.

Sheerman, A. (2013), Librarians: Agents of change, Review Magazine, March.

Sheerman, A. (2013), Three in one: teacher, information specialist, leader, Access, 27 (2).

Torrington, J. (2013), Using Guided Inquiry in a Year 3 classroom, Access, 27 (4).

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