Getting Lead-bottomed Administrators Excited about School Library Media Centers

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Libraries Unlimited, 2000 - Business & Economics - 184 pages
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Gain the administrative support you need for your media center and library programs with this practical and enlightening guide. Snyder shows you how differences in background, learning styles, thought processes, leadership styles, and outlooks between school media specialists and building administrators can undermine the success of the library program. He then gives you step-by-step instructions for bridging the communication gap and leading your media center to success. The real-life examples and winning strategies are both instructive and entertaining. Essential professional reading for all media specialists.

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TIMOTHY SNYDER, a reforming lead-bottomed administrator, is Executive Director of Colorado Online Learning. He is a recipient of the Colorado Communicator of the Year award, the Governor's Award for Excellence in Education, and the American Association of School Administrators President's Technology Award.

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