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Well-known and loved for his column, "Head for the Edge", in THE BOOK REPORT and LIBRARY TALK, Doug Johnson has become a motivator, philosopher, and entertainer for teachers and media specialists all over the country. Johnson defines and clarifies the role of the school library media specialist in a technologically enhanced school, providing relevant examples and useful advice on a variety of topics. In his wise and entertaining style, he cuts to the heart of each issue as he offers practical methods for leveraging technology's popularity and effectiveness to build stronger programs and cultivate professional networks and friendships.
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Doug Johnson is director of Media and Technology at I.S.D. 77 Mankato Public Schools in Minnesota.From Booklist:
This is a workbook that is full of outlines, checklists, and samples, with places for your own notes, all told with great energy in a breezy and iconoclastic style. Johnson understands the structure and talks the talk of the educational system and its particular building-level and district-level needs; he gives very good advice, particularly about budgeting and how to evaluate programs; and he is reassuring without letting readers get away with much. He covers planning, public relations, mission and beliefs, curriculum, budget, and policies, among other key points. Many of the chapters were originally published in his "Head for the Edge" column in Technology Connection and other places, so there is some repetition. He tells great stories, all of which have a point. Indispensable, indeed, for media specialists. GraceAnne A. DeCandido
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Book Description Linworth, 1997. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0938865641
Book Description Linworth, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0938865641