GLMA&GLA2013LibraryMediaProgramSelf-EvaluationRubric
AllExemplaryprograms willmeetorexceedthedefinitionsbelow
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GLMA&GLA2013LibraryMediaProgramSelf-EvaluationRubric
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Target Indicators
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13.Oneofthenationaleducationaltechn
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Target Indicators
Category4AdministrativeSupport

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GLMA&GLA2013LibraryMediaProgramSelf-EvaluationRubric
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GLMA&GLA2013LibraryMediaProgramSelf-EvaluationRubric
Target Indicators
Category5- StaffDevelopment
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  1. 1. GLMA&GLA2013LibraryMediaProgramSelf-EvaluationRubric AllExemplaryprograms willmeetorexceedthedefinitionsbelow forBasic,Proficient,andExemplaryprograms.AllExemplaryprogramswillhaveachievedtherequirementssetout instateeducationlaws,stateboard policies,stateguidelines,and selected NationalStandards. TargetIndicatorsAnd Categories Category1StudentAchievement andInstruction 1.InformationLiteracyStandardsareint egratedintocontentinstruction(Informat ionPower;Principle2;Pg.58) AASLStandardsforthe21stCenturyLearnerareintegratedintoconte ntinstruction.(http://tinyurl.com/3q8d pa) 2.Collaborativeplanningincludesbotht heLibraryMediaSpecialistsandteachers toensureuseoflibrarymediacenterresou rcesthatsupportongoingclassroominstructionandimplem entationofstatecurriculumandtheGPSa ndCCGPS. (IFBD160-4-4-.01) LevelsofProficiency Basic Proficient Exemplary InformationLiteracySkillscurri culumiscomprisedofbasiclibra rymediaorientationskillsandin structiononhowtofindinformat ion. Informationliteracyskillsareintegratedint othecurriculumthroughthecollaborative effortsoftheLibraryMediaSpecialistand teachers.GeorgiaPerformanceStandard s(GPS)andCommonCoreGPS(CCGPS) areusedasabasisforteaching. Thelibrarymediaprogramfosterscriticalthinkingskill sandindependentinquirysostudentscanlearntochoos ereliableinformationandbecomeproactiveandthoug htfulusersofinformationandresources.TheLibraryM ediaSpecialistandclassroomteachercollaborateusin gCCGPSandGPStoplanandteachthe unitsofstudy.ThelibrarymediaprogramusestheAAS Lstandardstohelpshapethelearningofstudentsinthes chool TheLibraryMediaSpecialistpart icipatesincollaborativeplanning wheninitiatedbytheteacher. TheLibraryMediaSpecialistencourages collaborativeplanningamongteachersw hoareteachingunitsofsimilarcontent.Th eLibraryMediaSpecialistisfamiliarwith theGeorgiaStandards.orgwebsiteandth eCommonCorestandardsandencourage steacherstousetheresourcesavailableon GSOwebpage. TheLibraryMediaSpecialistactivelyplanswithande ncourageseveryteachertoparticipateinthedesignofi nstruction.Learningstrategiesandactivitiesforallstu dentsaredesignedwithallteacherswhoarewillingtopl ancollaboratively.Allstudentswithdiverselearnings tyles,abilities,andneedsareincludedincollaborative plans. GLMA&GLA November19,2012Page1of10All RightsReserved
  2. 2. GLMA&GLA2013LibraryMediaProgramSelf-EvaluationRubric 3.Professionallibrarymediastaffareenga gedinactiveteachingrole/s.(Information Power; Principle4,p.58) TheLibraryMediaSpecialistmak esrecommendationstostudentsfo rclassprojectsandpleasurereadin g.TheLibraryMediaSpecialistpr ovidesbasicorientationandinstru ctiononinformationlocationskill s. TheLibraryMediaSpecialistandteachers planandteachcollaborativelysothatthelib rarymediaprogramisanextensionofclassr oominstruction. TheLibraryMediaSpecialistusesavarietyofteaching stylesto meetdiverseneedsofstudents.Collaborativeplanning ,whichtakesplaceonaregularbasis,determineswhere andhowstudentassessmenttakesplace,andwhetherth eteacherortheLibraryMediaSpecialistdoestheassess ment.TheGPSandCCGPSareintegratedintothe unitsledbytheLMSandclassroomteacher. 4.Thelibrarymediacenterresourcesenco urageandsupportreading,viewing,andlis tening. (InformationPower; Principle6,p.58) Bulletinboardsanddisplaysofbo oksandreadingmaterialsreflectd ifferentaspectsofthecurriculum, holidays,andcommunityinterest stosupportrecreationalreading. Thelibrarymediacenterofferseventsand activitiesthatappealtoawiderangeofinter ests.Attendancestatisticsverifystudents’ use. Thelibrarymediacenterisacriticalelementintheschool ’sreadingprogram.Thelibrarymediaprogrammeetsth eneedsofboththereading/languageartscurriculumand recreationalreading. 5.Servicesareprovidedtostudentswh ohavediverselearningabilities,styles, andneeds. (InformationPower;Principle7,p. 58) Thelibrarymediacenterresource sreflectdiverselearningabilities, styles,andneeds. Thelibrarymediastaffselectsresourcesa ndinformsteachersoftheseresourceswith recommendationstosupportstudents’div erselearningabilitiesandstyles. TheLibraryMediaSpecialistandteacherscollectandu se studentdatatodesignactivitiesthat willleadtostudentachievement.Thelibrarymediapro gramsupportsinstructionalstrategiesandlearningacti vitiesthatmeetindividualneeds. TogethertheteacherandLibraryMediaS pecialistdeveloparubric(s)oranothereff ectivemeansforassessingstudentachiev ement. TheteacherandLibraryMediaSpecialistuseavariet yofcollaborativelydesignedtoolsforassessingstud entachievement,e.g.,rubrics,studentselfevaluations,andstudentpresentationstopeersand/o radultprofessionalsinafieldofstudy. 6.Studentachievementisroutinelyassess ed. (APlanningGuideforInformationPower ;p.36) Theclassroomteacherisre sponsibleforassessingstu dentachievement. GLMA&GLA November19,2012Page2of10All RightsReserved
  3. 3. GLMA&GLA2013LibraryMediaProgramSelf-EvaluationRubric Target Indicators Category2-Staffing 7a.Iflessthanbasesize: Aschoolsystemshallprovidenolessthan halftimeservicesofaLibraryMediaSpecialis tforeachschoollessthanbasesizeandshal lprovideadultsupervisioninthelibrarym ediacenterfortheentireinstructionalday. Basic Proficient Exemplary Incompliancewithstateboardrul e. AfulltimeLibraryMediaSpecialistisemployed andisnotsharedatanyothertimewithother areasintheschoolnordoeshe/sheprovide servicesoutsidethelibrarymediacenter.A dultsupervisionbycertifiedpersonnelisa vailablefortheentireday. FulltimeLibraryMediaSpecialistisemployedandisnotsha redatanyothertime withotherareasintheschoolnordoeshe/sheprovideser vicesoutsidethelibrarymediacenter.Adultsupervisio nbycertifiedpersonnelisavailablefortheentireday. Incompliancewithstateboard rule,buttheLibraryMedia Specialistmayberequiredto performotherdutiesonadaily orfrequentbasis. LibraryMediaSpecialistisnotrequired toperformotherdutiesonadailyor frequentbasis.Apart-timelibrary mediaparaprofessionalisemployed. BaseSizedefinitiondefinedbyunweigh tedFTE: GradesK-5:450 Grades6-8: 624 Grades9-12:970 7b.Ifbasesizeorlarger: AschoolsystemshallemployafulltimeLibraryMediaSpecialistforeach basesizeschoolorlarger. (Basesizedefinedbyunweighted FTE:K-5,450;6-8,624;9-12,970) (CGB,160-5-1-.22) GLMA&GLA November19,2012Page3of10All RightsReserved Thefollowingcriteriathatexceedstaterulesare inplace:Additionalsupportpersonnelare employedinareasofthelibrarymediaprogram. Librarymediastaffisalwaysavailable throughouttheinstructionaldaytoassistteachers andstudents.Supportstaffisnotsharedinother areasoftheschool.Afull-timeparaprofessional person(clerk)isonstaffinthe librarymedia center.
  4. 4. GLMA&GLA2013LibraryMediaProgramSelf-EvaluationRubric TargetIndicators Category3Facilities,Access,andResources Basic Proficient 8.Thereshallbeaplanforflexiblyschedu ledlibrarymediacenteraccessforstudent sandteachersingroupsorasindividualss imultaneouslythroughouteachinstructi onalday.Accessibilityshallrefertothefa cility,thestaff,andtheresourcesandshall bebasedoninstructionalneed. (IFBD160-4-4-.01) Flexibleschedulingmakesresour cesandassistanceavailableattheti meoflearningneed,butschoolsch edulesmayoverridethispreferabl eflexibility.Librarymediastaffis availabletoteachersandstudentsf or mostoftheschoolday. Flexibleschedulingandlibrarymediastaf fareavailablethroughoutthedaytoassistte achersandstudentsregardlessofabilityor disability.Thelibrarymediacenterisavail ableeitherbeforeorafterschool. Flexibleschedulingismaintainedallowingfullpartici pationofteachersandtheLibraryMediaSpecialistinc ollaborativeplanningandallowingstudentstocometo thelibrarymediacenteratanytime.Thelibrarymediac enterisavailablebothbeforeandafterschool.Someev eninghoursmaybescheduledforinstructionalneedso fstudentsandfamilies. 9.Schoollibrarymediacentersquarefoot agerequirementsbasedonFTE.(Square FootageRequirementsforUseinDevelo pingtheLocalFacilitiesPlans) BasedonFTE,thelibrarymediac entermeetsminimumsquarefoot agerequirements. BasedonFTE,thelibrarymediacenterexc eedsminimumsquarefootagerequiremen tsandislargeenoughtoaccommodatelarg eandsmallgroupsandindividualsworkin gsimultaneously.Shelving,storageareas, andelectricwiringmeettheneedsofthecol lection. BasedonFTE,thelibrarymediacenterexceedsminim umsquarefootagerequirementsandislargeenoughtoa ccommodatelargeandsmallgroupsandindividualsw orkingsimultaneously.Shelving,storageareas,andel ectricwiringmeettheneedsofthecollection.Inadditio n,productionandpresentationspaceisavailable.Stude ntswithspecialneedsareeasilyaccommodatedintheL ibraryMediaCenter. Streamingvideoisusedonaregul arbasistosupportthecurriculum. Streamingvideoisusedonaregularbasisto supportthecurriculum. Theschoolhasseveralwhiteboar dslocatedthroughoutthebuildin gandusedonafrequentbasis. Theschoolhasseveralwhiteboardslocat edthroughoutthebuildingandusedonafr equentbasis. Streamingvideoandothertechnologiesareusedonare gularbasistosupportthecurriculum.TheLibraryMed iaCenterhasawhiteboardanditisusedonaregularbasi s. Electronicdistributionsystemm eetsstaterequirements. Electronicdistributionsystemmeetsstat erequirements. http://tinyurl.com/Ga-MediaCenter-square-footage(Page6) 10.Streamingvideoisusedthroughoutt heschooltosupportthecurriculum.Inter activewhiteboardsandcomputersareus edforteachingandlearningthroughoutt heschool. Acentralelectronicmediadistributionsy stemisalsoavailable. (SquareFootageRequirementsforUsei nDevelopingtheLocalFacilitiesPlans) GLMA&GLA November19,2012Page4of10All RightsReserved Exemplary Theschoolhasseveralwhiteboardslocatedthrougho utthebuildingandusedonafrequentbasis. Electronicdistributionsystemmeetsstaterequiremen ts.
  5. 5. GLMA&GLA2013LibraryMediaProgramSelf-EvaluationRubric 11.Printandnonprintresourcesandaccesstoonlineinfor mationarebasictoalibrarymediaprogra m.Aschoolnetworkiseffectivefordeliv eringmediaresourcestotheclassrooman dbeyond.Multiplecomputersareavaila bleforstudentaccesstoonlineresourcest hatenhanceinstruction.(FY02Compute rsintheClassroomTechnologyProjectAGeorgiaLotteryGrant) Printandnonprintlibrarymediacenterresource sareadequatetosupportthecorecu rriculum.Twoorthreecomputersf orstudentaccesstoonlineresource sareavailableinthelibrarymediac enter. Printandnonprintresources,includingsubscriptiondata basesandotherlibrarymediacenterresourc esareavailableonlinetomultiplenetworke dcomputerswithinthelibrarymediacenter only.ALAN(LocalAreaNetwork)isfullyf unctional.Networkservicesaredeliveredt oallclassrooms. Printandnonprintresources,includingsubscriptiondatabases,acc esstotheInternet,andotherlibrarymediacenterresour cesareavailableonaLANthroughouttheschool.Som elibrarymediacenterresourcesareaccessibleviaInter netaccessoutsidetheschool.Studentsuselibrarymedi acentertechnologyindependentlyforextendedproje ctsandinformationretrieval. 12.Alllibrarymediaresourcesaremanag edformaximumefficientuse.Thelibrary mediacenterhasanelectroniconlinepub licaccesscatalog(OPAC).Fundsforacq uisitionofcomputersareutilizedtoimple mentthegoals/objectivessetforthintheS tateTechnologyPlan20072012orintheSystemComprehensiveSc hoolImprovementPlan. (FY02ComputersintheClassroomTech nologyProjectAGeorgiaLotteryGrant) Managementandcirculationworks tationsandatleastoneonlinecatalog access(OPAC)existinthelibrarym ediacenter.MARCformatisused. TheOPACiselectronicallynetworkedtos everalcomputerswithinthelibrarymedia center.Newacquisitionsareaddedbasedo nreliablereviewsources,stateandnationa lawardbooks,andcurriculumneeds.Wee dingisanongoingprocess.Anetworkdistr ibutionofresourcesbeyondthelibraryme diacenterisnotavailable. TheOPACisavailableonaLANthroughouttheschoo l.AllresourcesarerecordedinMARCformatsothatac cessisavailableontheLANandweedingofout-ofdatematerialscanbetimely.TheOPACisup-todateandreflectsthelibrarymediacenterholdings.So melibrarymediacenterresourcesareaccessibleviaInt ernetaccessoutsidetheschool. GLMA&GLA November19,2012Page5of10All RightsReserved
  6. 6. GLMA&GLA2013LibraryMediaProgramSelf-EvaluationRubric 13.Oneofthenationaleducationaltechn ologygoalsstates:“Effectiveandengagi ngsoftwareandonlineresourceswillbeanintegralpartofev eryschool’scurriculum.”TheGALILE OVirtualLibraryprovidesGeorgiastud entsandteachersaccesstoexceptionalo nlineresourcesatnocosttothelocalschoo ldistrict.. Studentswillbegiveninstructioni naccessingGALILEO.Thepass wordwillbeprovidedinatimelym anner. InstructionandpromotionofGALILEO willbeinanorganizedmannerandconduc tedonafrequentbasis.Students,faculty,a ndstaffwillbegiveninstructionandprofe ssionaldevelopmentintheuseofGALIL EO. GLMA&GLA November19,2012Page6of10All RightsReserved InstructionandpromotionofGALILEOwillbeinanor ganizedmannerandconductedonafrequentbasis..Sea rcheswillbeadministeredandtaughtinsuchawaythat maximizeefficiencyandresultinahighqualityproduct BestPracticesandLearningModelsthatencourageand endorseGALILEOwillbeproduced,taught,andshare dwithotherLibraryMediaSpecialiststhroughoutthest ate.TheLibraryMediaSpecialistconductsStaffDevel opmentclasseswiththefacultyandstaff. Thefacultyandstaffwilltake advantageoftheonlinecoursesandlessonsavailablethr oughGALILEO.
  7. 7. GLMA&GLA2013LibraryMediaProgramSelf-EvaluationRubric Target Indicators Category4AdministrativeSupport Basic Proficient Exemplary 14.Thelocalsystemsuperintendentshall appointasystemmediacontactperson(S MCP)toserveasaliaisontothedepartmen t. (IFBD,160-4-4.-.01) Asystemmediacontactperson(S MCP)isappointedandcommunic ationfromtheSMCPisreceiveda ndpostedforallLibraryMediaSp ecialistsandstaff.The mediacoordinatororcurriculumc oordinatormayserveastheSMCP tofacilitatecommunicationtoand fromDOE. Asystemmediacontactperson(SMCP)isa ppointedandcommunicationfromtheSM CPisreceivedandpostedforallLibraryMe diaSpecialistsandstaff.TheSMCPcoordi natescommunicationamongallLibraryM ediaSpecialistsinthedistrict,anddissemin atesmessagesfromGaDOE,GALILEO,a ndotherentities. TheSMCPmaintainscommunicationamongLibrary MediaSpecialistsinthedistrict.Districtleveladministr atorsfacilitatethecommunicationamongtheSMCP,Li braryMediaSpecialists,andthemselves.TheSMCPun derstandstheroleoftheLibraryMediaSpecialistanden couragesopportunitiesforLibraryMediaSpecialiststo meetregularly.Thedistrictencourageslinksonschoola nddistrictwebsitesforlibrarymediacenterannouncem entsandservices. 15.Administrativestaffsupportatbothth eschoolanddistrictlevelsisessentialfort hedevelopmentofastronglibrarymedia program.(InformationPower;Principle 4,p.100) Theschoolprincipalprovidessup porttothelibrarymediaprograma ndmakestimetomeetwiththeLib raryMediaSpecialistoccasionall y. Theschoolprincipalanddistrictadminist ratorstakeanactiveroleinencouragingte acherstointegratelibrarymediaresource sintothecurriculum.School,department, anddistrictleveladministratorsmeetregu larlywiththeLibraryMediaSpecialist. Theschoolprincipalanddistrictadministratorstakeale adershiproleinencouragingteacherstointegratelibrar ymediaresourcesintothecurriculum,fosteringaclimat eofcollaborationandinquiry,encouragingtheLibrary MediaSpecialisttobeknowledgeableaboutcurrentedu cationaltrends,promotingoccasionalvisitstoexempla ryprograms,andprovidingbudgetarysupport. 16.Eachlocalboardofeducationshallad optalibrarymediapolicythatprovidesfo rtheestablishmentofamediacommittee atthesystemlevelandateachschool.Alib rarymediacommitteemakesrecommen dationsanddecisionsrelatingtoplannin g,operation,evaluation,andimproveme ntofthelibrarymediaprogram.Thiscom mitteeshallannuallyevaluatelibraryme diaservicesanddevelopamultiyearmediaplanforbudgetservicesandpr iorities. (IFBD,160-4-4.-.01) Systemandlocalschoollibrarym ediacommitteessupportimpleme ntationofthelibrarymediaprogra m.Amediaadvisorycommitteeex istsandmeetsonceortwicea year.(Thiscommitteemaybethes ameasthetechnologycommitteei nsomelocalschools.) Alibrarymediaadvisorycommitteeexists andmeetsaminimumoftwiceayear.Planni ngandevaluationofthelibrarymediaprogr amisexecutedregularly.(Thiscommittee maybethesameasthetechnologycommitt eeinsomeschools.) Alibrarymediaadvisorycommitteeiseffectiveinthede velopmentoflibrarymediapolicy,e.g.,budgetdevelop ment,acquisitionofresources,andreconsiderationofm aterials.Thispolicy,whichmaybethemedia/technolog yplaninsomeschools,isthebasisofoperationforaction softheadvisorycommittee,thelibrarymediastaff,anda dministration.Itisevaluated,reviewed,andupdatedan nually. GLMA&GLA November19,2012Page7of10All RightsReserved
  8. 8. GLMA&GLA2013LibraryMediaProgramSelf-EvaluationRubric 17.LocalBoardapprovedlibrarymediap olicyiscurrent.Thispolicyrequiresdevel opmentofproceduresfortheschoolsyste mandforselectingmaterialslocally,han dlingrequestsforreconsiderationofmat erials,consideringgiftsofinstructionalr esources,usingnonschoolownedmaterials,andcomplying withthecopyrightlaw. (IFBD,160-4-4.-.01) Awrittenlibrarymediapolicyex istsandisimplementedandupdat edinconsistently. Alibrarymediapolicyexistsisimplemente dconsistently.TheLibraryMediaSpeciali strecommendsperiodicrevisions. Alibrarymediapolicysetsoutclearandcomprehensive policiesandisreviewedannuallywithguidancefromth elibrarymediaadvisorycommitteeforupdateconsider ationandsubsequentlocalboardapproval.Itisusedbyth elibrarymediastaffasaguidingdocumentfortheoperati onofthelibrarymediacenter. 18.Eachlocalschoolsystemshallspend1 00percentofthefundsdesignatedforlibra rymediacentercosts.(O.C.G.A.20-2167) Thelibrarymediaprogramreceiv esanallocationforexpenditurese veryyear.Thisamountmeetsthe minimumexpendituretests. Thelibrarymediaprogrambudgetexceeds theminimumstateallocation.Localfundin gsupplementsstateallocation. TheLibraryMediaSpecialist,withguidancefromthel ibrarymediaadvisorycommittee,isapartnerwithsch oolanddistrictadministratorsinplanningthemediabu dget.Longrangestrategicplanningandsupplementalfundingpla nsaremadecooperatively,andcanincludebondissues ,grants,schoolfundraising,andbusinesspartnerships tosupplementthebudget. GLMA&GLA November19,2012Page8of10All RightsReserved
  9. 9. GLMA&GLA2013LibraryMediaProgramSelf-EvaluationRubric Target Indicators Category5- StaffDevelopment 19.Staffdevelopmentopportunitiesare availablebothforthelibrarymediastafft oenhancetheirownprofessionalknowl edgeandforthelibrarymediastafftopro videinformationandtechnologyliterac yskillstootherteachersandadministrati vestaff.Professionalresourcesandservi cesforallfacultymembersareprovidedi nthelibrarymediacenterforthe"learnin gcommunity". (InformationPower;Principle8,p.100) Basic LibraryMediaSpecialistparticip atesinstaffdevelopmentoptions andprovidesinformalstaffdevel opmentinstructionduringcollab orativeplanningwithteachers.C urrentprofessionalresourcesare maintainedinthelibrarymediace nterifthedistrictdoesnotprovide acentralizedprofessionalresourc ecenter. Proficient LibraryMediaSpecialistseekstoenhanc ehis/herprofessionalskills,particularlyt echnologyskills,beyondthoserequiredf orrecertificationorbytheschooldistrict. LibraryMediaSpecialistprovidesoccasi onalformalstaffdevelopmentinstruction andinformalinstructionduringcollabora tiveplanningwithteachers.Theschoolsy stemmakesstaffdevelopmentoptionsav ailableforlibrarymediasupportstaff.The LibraryMediaSpecialistisknowledgeab leofthedistrictprofessionaldevelopment services. Category6–Other (Giveadditionalindicatorsthatdescribet hequalityofyourschoollibrarymediapr ogramasitrelatestotechnologyintegrati on) GLMA&GLA November19,2012Page9of10All RightsReserved Exemplary LibraryMediaSpecialistcontinuallyseekstoenhanceh is/herprofessional,particularlytechnology,skills.The LibraryMediaSpecialist,whenfundingpermits,alsopa rticipatesannuallyinstateornationalconferences.TheL ibraryMediaSpecialistisincludedinplanningthestaffd evelopmentprogramfortheschoolstaffandassistsintea chingandorganizingsessions.TheLibraryMediaSpeci alistisrecognizedasamasterteacherandprovidesstaffd evelopmentoptionsbeyondroutineplanning,e.g.,provi dingaformalneedsassessmenttodeterminestaffdevelo pmentneedsofthefacultyanddesigningformalcoursest oaddressthoseneeds.TheLibraryMediaSpecialistdra wsonprofessionalresourcesbothatthelocalanddistrictl evelsandonlinetoprovideindividualassistancetoteach ersusingtechnologyanddesigningcurriculum.TheLibr aryMediaSpecialistmayalsoassisttheteacherinhis/her graduateresearchandsecureprofessionalresourcesfort hemthroughinterlibraryloan.
  10. 10. GLMA&GLA2013LibraryMediaProgramSelf-EvaluationRubric List ofcitationsusedinthisrubric: Information Power: Building Partnerships for Learning.http://www.ala.org/Content/NavigationMenu/AASL/Professional_Tools10/Information_Power/Information_Pow er.htmAmerican Association ofSchoolLibrarians[and]Association for EducationalCommunicationsand Technology, Chicago:AmericanLibraryAssociation, 1998.ISBN 0-8389-3470-6 OfficialCodeofGeorgia:O.C.G.A. 20-2-167, 12/03/01 and O.C.G.A 20-2-184, http://www.legis.state.ga.us/cgibin/gl_codes_detail.pl?code=20-2-167 http://www.legis.state.ga.us/cgi-bin/gl_codes_detail.pl?code=20-2-184 A Planning Guidefor Information Power. .American Association of SchoolLibrarians adivision oftheAmericanLibraryAssociation,Chicago, 1999,ISBN# 0-8389-8073-2 AASLStandardsfor 21stCenturyLearners.American Association of SchoolLibrarians: adivision of theAmericanLibraryAssociation. Chicago, 2007. http://www.ala.org/aasl/standards. State Board Rule:IDA (1),160-4-2-.01TheQualityCoreCurriculumand StudentCompetencieshttp://www.doe.k12.ga.us/_documents/doe/legalservices/160-4-2-.01.pdf State Board Rule:IFBD,160-4-4.-.01 MediaProgramshttp://www.doe.k12.ga.us/_documents/doe/legalservices/160-4-4-.01.pdf State Board Rule:CGB,160-5-1-.22 PersonnelRequiredhttp://www.doe.k12.ga.us/_documents/doe/legalservices/160-5-1.22.pdf StateLotteryGuidelines:FY02Computers in theClassroom TechnologyProject -A Georgia LotteryGrant http://techservices.doe.k12.ga.us/edtech/edtechcomputerclass.htm StateFacilitiesGuidelines:SquareFootageRequirementsforUsein Developing theLocalFacilitiesPlans;http://www.doe.k12.ga.us/_documents/schools/facilities/squareft.pdf TheStateofGeorgia K-12 TechnologyPlan: 2003-2006. GeorgiaDepartmentof Education.http://techservices.doe.k12.ga.us/edtech/2003techplan.php GLMA&GLA November19,2012Page10of10All RightsReserved

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