What Kind of Community Member Are You?

Baumbach, Donna
January 2006
Florida Media Quarterly;Winter2006, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p12
The article presents information related to the community of library media specialists in Florida. Every school has a single library media specialist and so they have no one to share their thoughts at their work place. The SUNLINK Community, a web-based electronic bulletin board or threaded discussion tool, has provided library media specialists of Florida a space to share their thoughts. This web site belongs to all K-12 school library media specialists.


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