LIS 585 Management of School Libraries (3)

This course focuses on the leadership and management of school libraries. Through clinically-based experiences in a school library in their area, students are exposed to a variety of methods used to evaluate the effectiveness of a school library’s programs, services, budget, policies and procedures. Students study leadership in the context of advocating for the school library program at the local, state, and national levels. National and state school library standards are used as a framework for understanding the components of an effective, quality school media program.

Prerequisite: LIS 524

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