notes for Newbies

Sapp, Angie
March 2006
Florida Media Quarterly;Spring2006, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p11
The article presents several tips for library media specialists. The library media specialists have roles to play as mentor, counselor, parent and teacher. They should avoid committing mistakes such as giving wrong numbers on books, different from the catalog number. Even out of office, they should feel themselves at work. They should not remain isolated from the school team. They should also take part in other than assigned work to become a part of the school.


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