Tips on How to Make the Move to a Secondary Media Center and Keep Your Sanity!

Delgado, Jodie Player
March 2007
Florida Media Quarterly;Spring2007, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p21
The article offers tips that are useful for library media specialists who intend to teach high school students in Florida. It highly required a sense of humor for specialists and the enthusiasm to read adult books which can come in handy specially at times when teenagers sought in for advice. They are required to display books in an attractive manner which include book lists and to have them displayed in groups by genre or topic.


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