Case Studies in Managing School Library Media Centers

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Oryx Press, Jan 1, 1989 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 194 pages
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Looks at actual school library media center problems and how they were handled

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From American Libraries, September 1989.
An Administrative Aid.
Case Studies in Managing School Library Media Centers presents 32 case studies illustrating the complexities of managing a media
program. Authors Daniel Callison and Jacqueline Morris surveyed over 200 practicing school librarians nationwide to help choose scenarios that represent important management problems for school library media specialists.
The case studies are arranged in three sections: managing people; managing resources and equipment, and managing facilities and budgets. Each case includes questions to help the reader focus on the key issues involved; a sample response from one or more practicing administrator, librarian, educator, or teacher or state library consultant [is provided and are valid in the 21st Century].


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DANIEL CALLISONProfessor and Executive Associate Dean, School of Library and Information Science, Indiana University.

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