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Collaboration and the School Library Media Specialist (Paperback)
  • Collaboration and the School Library Media Specialist (Paperback)

Collaboration and the School Library Media Specialist (Paperback)

Paperback 136 Pages / Published: 25/01/2005
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Research indicates that collaboration is one of three key priorities school library media specialists should have if they want to make a difference at their schools. By working with the administrators and educators, school library media specialists can effectively integrate information literacy skills throughout the curriculum, and help to ensure that today's children and young adults will be capable and effective users of information as adults. This title fills a void in the professional literature by incorporating the information about the theory of collaboration available in the business and educational psychology literatures, and translating the pertinent material into ideas and methods useful to school library media specialists.

Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 9780810851177
Number of pages: 136
Weight: 204 g
Dimensions: 233 x 154 x 7 mm

MEDIA REVIEWS excellent overview of collaboration between teachers and school library media specialists....The writing is clear and precise....should be in all circulating collections in academic libraries supporting school library, teacher, or school administration preparation programs. * American Reference Books Annual *
Great book for librarians interested in this topic and wanting to get collaboration started in their schools. Summary sections at end of main chapter points are particularly helpful. -- Betsy Ruffin, Cleburne ISD
Collaboration is of high interest to school library media specialists who seek to integrate information literacy skills throughout the curriculum and must work with administrators and educators to do so. Doll (information science and policy, U. of Albany, SUNY) translates existing theory about collaborative efforts into practical ideas and methods. * Reference and Research Book News *

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