Harvey II, Carl A.
November 2005
School Library Media Activities Monthly;Nov2005, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p44
Addresses questions on the way library media program and library media specialists are perceived. Perception of library media specialists; Importance of having a positive perception of library media programs; Ways to develop positive perceptions of the library media program.


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