Schwartz, K. (2016). What Neuroscience Can Tell Us About Making Fractions Stick. MindShift. Retrieved 19 December 2016, from https://ww2.kqed.org/mindshift/2016/11/21/what-neuroscience-can-tell-us-about-making-fractions-stick/
When students are attempting to learn a new concept, it can be quite a challenge, especially in regards to mathematics. This article discusses how students may need auditory working memory and visuospatial memory when trying to solve a math problem that involves fractions. The might need to pay special focus, create an order in their mind, and use their long-term memory.
I realize that this article doesn’t focus much on libraries but I do think it is interesting in regards to how it discusses the ways in which students may learn and better understand new concepts.