Administering the school library media center

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Bowker, 1992 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 567 pages
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Design a media center that's just right for your library, determine your needs, and more easily fulfill specific requirements from budgeting to staffing with Administering the School Library Media Center. Reflecting advances in management techniques and equipment, this acclaimed resource helps professionals: master audio, video, and computer technologies find out what's available ... what's easy to set up and operate ... and what's most affordable customize equipment to meet your library's requirements. A separate chapter cover all aspects of AASL's Information Power: Guidelines for School Library Media Programs.

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Contents

School Library to Media Center
1
The Impact of Information Power as a
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Functions of the School Library Media Center
42
Copyright

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BETTY J. MORRIS teaches media specialists in the Media and Instructional Technology Department of the College of Education at the State University of West Georgia. Her experience includes working as a media specialist, as a faculty member teaching media specialists at Long Island University, as a Library Power Director in Florida, and as an acquisitions editor for two publishing companies.

JOHN T. GILLESPIE is former Dean and Instructor of Library Science at Long Island University, New York. He has authored numerous books in the areas of library management, school libraries, and children's and young adult literature.

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