Knudsen Tertit (2006). Â« Cooperation between public and school libraries : A Norwegian view Â». Scandinavian Public Library Quaterly, vol. 39, nÂ° 1. En ligne : <http://www.splq.info/issues/vol39_1/03.htm>.
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The importance of learning is a constantly recurring theme in Norway as in many other countries. According to Osloâ€™s new library manifesto, pupils must "learn how to learn" and should have the benefit of an optimal learning environment. A basic requirement towards that end is close cooperation between schools and libraries. Surely nothing could be easier. However, do the facts bear this out? The reality of the situation is that public libraries and school libraries belong to two separate sectors with different traditions and methods, a fact also underlined by Anne Kari Holm from the Deichman Central Library in Oslo and Ine Marit Torsvik Bertelsen from the Rogaland County Library in Stavanger.
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