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Lessons from Library Power: Enriching Teaching and Learning (Paperback)
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Lessons from Library Power: Enriching Teaching and Learning (Paperback)

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Paperback 281 Pages / Published: 15/11/1999
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Share the power of our important national initiative! The profound changes instituted by the Library Power Project can also serve as a catalyst for the revitalization of your school library media center. This book offers an abundance of practical and insightful ideas for collaborative planning, flexible scheduling, collection development, professional development, and facility renovation. Compiling research findings of the project as documented in surveys of key players (library media specialists, principals, and teachers) and through direct observation in case studies across the United States, this book provides a valuable instructional model for today's schools. Essential reading for media specialists, teachers, district administrators and principals, it will also benefit students of library science and academics interested in school reform.

Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 9781563088339
Number of pages: 281
Weight: 696 g
Dimensions: 280 x 216 x 15 mm


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"Appended copies of the original surveys, numerous clearly designed tables and charts, and many practical ideas make this essential reading for anyone involved with school and library reform."-Booklist
"Has merit for librarians who wish to revitalize their programs with a variety of different approaches. Recommended."-Library Talk
"Use this as a blueprint for improving school libraries or as an advocacy tool. The numbers speak for themselves. Recommended."-Appraisals
"Draws on results of a 10-year project to show library media specialists how to create and develop a vital school library media center."-Reference and Research Book News
?Has merit for librarians who wish to revitalize their programs with a variety of different approaches. Recommended.?-Library Talk
?Use this as a blueprint for improving school libraries or as an advocacy tool. The numbers speak for themselves. Recommended.?-Appraisals
?Draws on results of a 10-year project to show library media specialists how to create and develop a vital school library media center.?-Reference and Research Book News
?Appended copies of the original surveys, numerous clearly designed tables and charts, and many practical ideas make this essential reading for anyone involved with school and library reform.?-Booklist

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