Building better working relationships between high school library media specialists and school technology coordinators
M.A. in School and Public Librarianship
Special Educational Services/Instruction
College of Education
Instructional materials personnel--New Jersey; School technology coordinators--New Jersey
Library and Information Science
The impetus for this study came from numerous conversations regarding the frustrations colleagues had when communicating with their technology coordinators and/or technology services. In many ways, technology and technology-integration within school media centers are just as important these days as traditional curriculum and teachings. Embracing this fact is essential to a successful school library media program, especially those programs whose main goal is to produce the next generation of information-literate, lifelong learners. By analyzing the results and open-ended responses of a survey presented to New Jersey high school library media specialists, guidelines were proposed on how to establish and maintain a better working relationship between the school library media specialist and the technology coordinator.
Sedlock, Jennifer Lynn, "Building better working relationships between high school library media specialists and school technology coordinators" (2006). Theses and Dissertations. 931.