Guide to Reference Materials for School Library Media Centers
You can find the best, most affordable, and most appropriate reference materials for your school library collection with this guide. Organized by topics within broad subject categories, the book describes and evaluates books, CD-ROMs, and other electronic reference sources in all curricular areas and in some extracurricular areas. More than 2,000 entries are included, with titles of special interest to elementary schools noted. Safford's new edition reviews more electronic sources than previous editions, and it has a new section on electronic information systems that describes the shift of resources to World Wide Web-based delivery. The book also covers many new and varied types of reference sources appearing in print, and the section on collection management has been reorganized. An essential tool for the school library media specialist, this book will also be useful to librarians at two-year colleges, to children's and young adult librarians at public libraries. -- Provided by the publisher
Children's reference books -- United States; School libraries -- United States; Instructional materials centers -- United States;
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
xvii, 353 pages ; 26 cm
Safford, Barbara Ripp, "Guide to Reference Materials for School Library Media Centers" (1998). Faculty Book Gallery. 557.