100 Library Lifesavers: A Survival Guide for School Library Media Specialists

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Libraries Unlimited, 2000 - Education - 317 pages
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Do you ever feel like you're drowning in an overwhelming number of tasks? These ready-to-use lifesavers will help you stay afloat in your job while you successfully manage your facilities. You'll find advice on a variety of subjects, from completing library inventory, handling overdue materials, and establishing a book club to teaching Internet research skills and improving public relations. Each lifesaver contains a tip (guidelines for implementation), a tool (a reproducible handout or form), and talk (advice from practicing professionals). Upbeat and practical, this book will save you time and make your job more manageable.

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PAMELA S. BACON is Library Media Specialist, Ben Davis High School, Indianapolis, Indiana, and a freelance writer.

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