The School Library Media Manager

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Libraries Unlimited, 1994 - Media programs (Education) - 336 pages
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Placing the school library media program in the context of global change and the contemporary educational environment, this work gives practicing media specialists, library students, and anyone considering a career as a media specialist a complete overview of the profession. It begins with available education programs, guidelines for selecting a position, and expectations for the first week in a new school. Following chapters cover all aspects of management, including staff (both professional and clerical), facility, collection, budget, marketing the program, evaluation, cooperation, networking, and planning for the future. Potential leadership opportunities and responsibilities for new technologies are also discussed. A practical introduction to the field, this work serves well both as a text and a professional resource.

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User Review  - sherry52 - LibraryThing

This book is an excellent reference for media specialist. No matter how long a person has been the media specialist or if they are brand new in the field, there are some very good resources in this book. Read full review

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User Review  - davidloertscher - LibraryThing

Woolls’ textbook has been used successfully in school library administration courses as the textbook for many years. In this revision, Woolls covers the same major aspects of what the school librry ... Read full review

Contents

The Media Center in the Educational Environment
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School Library Media Centers and
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School Library Media Centers Today
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