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eBook Acquiring and Organizing Curriculum Materials: A Guide and Directory of Resources ePub

by Gary A. Lare

  • ISBN: 081084818X
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Gary A. Lare
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Scarecrow Press; Second edition (April 19, 2004)
  • Pages: 274
  • ePub book: 1433 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1752 kb
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Results indicate audiovisual material use seems stable between 1982 and 1983, probably due to large expenditures for microcomputers leaving less to spend on other categories of instructional materials.

Lanham, MD: Scare­ crow. Results indicate audiovisual material use seems stable between 1982 and 1983, probably due to large expenditures for microcomputers leaving less to spend on other categories of instructional materials. The nature, function and value of the curriculum materials center in colleges of education /. Article.

It is a useful resource for curriculum materials librarians in academic libraries, school library media specialists, public librarians responsible for education collections, and for library and information science courses in collection development and organization.

It is a useful resource for curriculum materials librarians in academic libraries, school library media specialists, public librarians responsible for education collections, and for library and information science courses in collection development and organization.

Selected reference resources to support the curriculum materials collection Part 2: Resources. Textbook publishers by curriculum area. Ancillary textbook materials publishers by curriculum area. Teaching activities sources by curriculum area. Teaching activities publishers and distributors. Media/instructional materials sources by type. Media/instructional materials sources by curriculum area. Media/instructional materials producer and distributor sources.

By Narda Tafuri, Anna Seaberg, Gary Handman. Association for Library Collections & Technical Services, in cooperation with The Scarecrow Press, 2004.

2nd ed. By Gary A. Lare. Scarecrow Press, 2003. By Narda Tafuri, Anna Seaberg, Gary Handman. Internet and Personal Computing Fads.

Mitchell, A. & Surratt, B. E. (2005).

Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press. Mitchell, A. New York: Neal-Schuman. Download ppt "The Next Generation of Information and Teaching Resources Are You Ready For the New Frontier? Minnesota Library Association 2007 Annual Conference Donna. Similar presentations.

Acquiring and organizing curriculum materials. Collection development, Curriculum planning, Education libraries, Instructional materials centers, Media programs (Education).

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245 10 Acquiring and organizing curriculum materials, cGary A. 300 viii, 219 p. ; c22 cm. 504 Includes bibliographical references and index. 650 0 Instructional materials centers xCollection development zUnited States. 650 0 Education libraries xCollection development zUnited States. 650 0 Media programs (Education) zUnited States. 650 0 Curriculum planning zUnited States. 994 E0 bLHM 852 0 bstacks hLB3044.

Handouts and electronic resources will be provided by the instructors. Final exam will be organized as an in-class 1000-word essay on one of the topics related to class discussions throughout the year. Part 3: Topic Outline/Schedule

Handouts and electronic resources will be provided by the instructors. Additional Materials: Bailey, . Academic Writing: A Handbook for International Students. Part 3: Topic Outline/Schedule.

This update of the 1997 edition continues to provide useful information on how to find curriculum materials and how to organize them for efficient access. It is a useful resource for curriculum materials librarians in academic libraries, school library media specialists, public librarians responsible for education collections, and for library and information science courses in collection development and organization.