The Neal-Schuman Technology Management Handbook for School Library Media Centers

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Digital technology can give library media specialists a tremendous amount of power when they’re skilled at putting it to its highest and best use for teaching and learning. This new guide offers the newest and most comprehensive treatment of digital technology available today expressly for school librarians.

Covering the spectrum of technology management topics, the authors explore planning, assessment, technology-enhanced learning, maintenance,repair, security…and that’s just the beginning! Practical information about space and power planning, troubleshooting, social networking, supervision, and more make this handbook an essential companion for new and veteran school librarians who want to stay current with best practices in technology management and for LIS students who are preparing for careers as school librarians.

"This book is essential for public and private schools as well as research institutions." 

--Catholic Library World
"Farmer and McPhee wrote this book to fill a perceived gap in the literature--no textbook was available that addressed the management of technology. The result is a book that covers the basics as well as more advanced ideas for technology management …This definitely belongs on school library professional shelves."
--ARBA Online
"The narrative easily flows and provides many good tips, such as e-calendars for scheduling classes, Creative Commons, and a focus on managing technology to support student learning. This definitely belongs on school library professional shelves. Highly recommended." 
--Library Media Connection
"This informative, well-researched text is perfect for those in the early stages of integrating technology into their programs ... Additional charts, diagrams, tables, text boxes with how-to information, and tech plan samples support the wealth of information covered."
--School Library Journal