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Library Media Homepage

I have created this Web to organize resources and provide easy access to important concepts and tools to assist me in building a strong library media program.  This page represents my specialty training (UW-Whitewater's Library Media Program) and work towards enhancing the role of a school's Library Media Center:

bulletBy providing intellectual and physical access to materials in all formats.
bulletBy providing instruction to foster competence and stimulate interest in reading, viewing, and using information and ideas.
bulletBy working with other educators to design learning strategies to meet the needs of individual students.

I believe that my teaching experience as a business educator and computer teacher provides an ideal background to work towards these goals and I am working on the specialty training and certification to earn those credentials.  Why not have a look around some of the information and resources I have collected here?  

The role of a Library Media Specialist is evolving as information moves into the digital age.  The links to the left will take you through the material I have assembled.  The pages in each area have a set of links to the right which will allow you to review what I have put together to support each of the main sections.  Thanks for stopping by my site today!

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