Reasons For Establishing Resources Centers
- The strong connection between learning resources and method, and passing away supporting and cultural general role of school libraries into essential, accurately planned, role to achieve the method and its purposes.
- The book and printed material become not the only information resource.
- Development of educational theories, international tends to self learning, taking in account differences of individuals, make the learner the axis of educational process, and the teacher role change into a leader and facilitator of learning process.
- Learning resources centers concentrate on amalgamation of resources, information and communication technologies with educational practices inside centers.
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