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Green, L., & Kennedy, K. School librarians and K-12 online/blended learning: Moving critical conversation beyond the medium. School Library Connection, 1(9), 12-14.
Green, L. (Nov/Dec, 2015) “Developing Collaborative Partnerships Between School Librarians and School Library Educators” Guest editor for special issue of Knowledge Quest, 44(2).
Green, L. & Johnston, M. P. (2015). Global perspectives: Exploring school-based Brazilian librarianship through institutional ethnography. School Libraries Worldwide, 21(1), 1-18.
Green, L. (2014). School librarians and music educators; A concert for student success. Library Media Connection, 33(3), 20-23.
Green, L. S. & Jones, S. (2014). Instructional partners in digital library learning spaces. Knowledge Quest, 42(4), E11-E17. Named a 2014 Top Twenty Article by the American Library Association's Library Instruction Round Table.
Kennedy, K. M. & Green, L. S. (Eds.) (2013). Collaborative models for librarian and teacher partnerships. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Green, L. S. & Green, B. (2013). Unique partnerships: School librarians and music educators. In Kathryn Kennedy and Lucy Santos Green (Eds), Collaborative models for librarian and teacher partnerships. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
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