Library media skills sampler: Vol. 1, 1984

(1984) Library media skills sampler: Vol. 1, 1984. Education, Department of

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During the 1982-1983 school year the Department queried library media workshop attenders about what would be most helpful to them in the area of library skills. Most people felt that one or more publications would be most helpful. A large number also recommended a workshop. Of the kinds of publications requested the majority wanted specific ideas or "lessons" to provide variety in their own library skills program. Many also requested a library skills curriculum guide. The Department began its response by preparing "Mini-Bib 11, Library Media Skills". This bibliography listed a sampling of commercial and professional association publications addressing one of the stated concerns. This bibliography was issued in the Spring of 1984. The second task the Department is undertaking as a response to these requests is the publication of this sampler of library media skills teaching ideas. It is similar in approach to the Round Robin sponsored by the elementary school group of the Iowa Educational Media Association several years ago. As in that Round Robin, ideas were solicited from practicing library media specialists and are published basically unedited. Also, as in the case of the Round Robin, future volumes will be issued if there is sufficient interest. Ideas were submitted by both elementary and secondary school library media specialists. They appear in random order. The compiler welcomes your suggestions and your contributions for future volumes.

Item Type: Departmental Report
Keywords: Library skills, Media, Public Instruction, Education,
Subjects: Education
Education > Libraries and archives
Education > Public schools
Education > Public schools > School media centers
ID Code: 24417
Deposited By: Margaret Barr
Deposited On: 19 Jun 2017 15:54
Last Modified: 19 Jun 2017 15:54