Teachers and library media specialists searching for new and innovative ways to educate their students about effective research practices now have a new online tool at their disposal: S.O.S. (Situations, Outcomes, Strategies) for Information Literacy.

Launched Oct. 7 at the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) conference in Pittsburgh, this Syracuse University program--made public now for the first time--is a free multimedia resource for K-8 teachers and media specialists who want their students to learn more, and become excited, about research.

During their own research for the program, project directors Ruth Small and Marilyn


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