Developing the Secondary School Library Resource Centre
This is a basic guide for school librarians who wish to manage and develop a Library Resource Centre in a secondary school. It defines the role of the LRC within the context of current developments in education, management and information technology. The main elements of developing the LRC have been identified as management framework, developing policy, information skills, IT, curriculum development and evaluation. In addition to these issues, the book also provides strategies and models which librarians may adopt.
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The Librarian and the Curriculum
Managing the School LRC
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