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Curriculum materials collections and centers; legacies from the past, visions of the future.

9780838986028

Curriculum materials collections and centers; legacies from the past, visions of the future.

Ed. by Rita Kohrman.

Am. Library Association

2012

265 pages

$48.00

Paperback

Z675

This collection of twelve articles on curriculum materials collections examines traditional methodologies in education service libraries and explores future innovations based on technology and evolving needs of teachers and education students. The work is divided into sections covering past programs, current structures and processes and emerging developments, and each includes several articles on topics such as maintaining relevancy, promoting uses, staffing, and technological advances. Chapters include a brief introductory synopsis, illustrations, tables and statistical data. Contributors are library scientists associated with American universities.

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