Description : Learn how to develop an information technology plan for your SLMC and effectively manage technology to achieve goals of the school. Emphasizing applications in the areas of management, services, and curriculum, Clyde discusses issues in planning, selection of hardware and applications, budget, staffing and facilities, user education, publicity/promotion, and possible developments in the future. This book offers a broad overview of the subject and addresses the full spectrum of technologies-hardware, software, and systems ranging from automated library systems, CD-ROMs, online information services, the Internet, curriculum software, local area networks/intranets, to generic software applications such as word processing, desktop publishing, database management, and project management.
Description : Discusses such topics as library administration, collection development, programming, technology, budgeting, teaching, and scheduling for the elementary school library
Description : Published yearly in cooperation with the ERIC Clearinghouse on Information and Technology and the AECT, EMTY 2001 provides essential and timely information to help you practice your profession. Each year, respected authorities contribute essays that address the latest technological trends in education and training. Your best source for keeping abreast of the activities and accomplishments of the organizations and associations dedicated to the advancement of educational communications and technology.
Description : An important addition to your educational resource collection, the 27th volume of the popular Yearbook describes current developments and trends in the field of instructional technology. Prominent themes for this volume include e-learning, collaboration, the standards reform movement, and a critical look at the field in its historical context. EMTY has become a standard reference in libraries and professional collections across North America and is used by media and technology professionals in higher education and business contexts.
Description : Demonstrates the importance of community information in the School Library Media Center and considers how to improve the integration of community information into curriculum design by strengthening its role in the development of information literacy and in government-mandated basic skills requirements.
Description : Explains the role of the school library media center, describes its services, and tells how to evaluate a media program.
Description : Since the 1992 publication of the third edition of Administering the School Library Media Center, schools and school libraries have changed significantly. AASL's publication of Information Power: Building Partnerships for Learning, with its emphasis on the collaborative teaching role of school media specialists, the increasing importance of information literacy, the proliferation of new technologies, and the introduction of the Internet have all had a significant impact on the administration of school library media centers. This new edition encompasses all of these innovations as it covers the basics of administration, facilities management, selection of materials, staffing, budgeting, organization, and the like. There is much that is all new: all chapters have been reviewed and updated and the text has been carefully reviewed to bring it in line with school libraries of the 21st century. It is aligned with the new AASL national guidelines for school library media.
Description : An annotated bibliography listing general reference works as well as those on social sciences, humanities, and science and technology