A Planning Guide for Information Power: Guidelines for School Library Media Programs
American Association of School Librarians, American Library Association, Jan 1, 1988 - Media programs (Education) - 31 pages
This guide provides practical, step-by-step directions for implementing the planning process described in Information Power.
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