Using versus having

“They say knowledge is power.  We say the use of knowledge is power.” Elliot Washor  in The Big Picture by Dennis Littkey As a group of us have been meeting at our campus to form a professional learning community, we’ve been talking quite a bit about the notion of students as a pail having information “poured” into them, versus the notion of students actively constructing knowledge. I think to librarians, this idea comes fairly naturally.   We know that we can’t “know” everything, but that the […]