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Serving Special Needs Students in the School Library Media Center (Libraries Unlimited Professional Guides in School Librarianship) Hardcover – 30 May 1995


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"The book is all-inclusive, authoritative, and useful as supplemental reading, especially for courses in higher education in general education, special education, and library and information science education. It is also useful for those educators in public schools who coordinate, administer, or supervise school librarians and are willing to read about theoretical principles as well as practical ideas...I found that the book included some new ideas and integrated the best theory and practice from both education and library and information science...a major contribution to our understanding of the changing roles of SLMCs in working with youth with special needs in the school setting within the framework of total school library media services. The book is highly recommended."-RQ

"This volume is an excellent single source on the topic, providing clear definitions, many practical suggestions, descriptions of and sources for purchasing materials, and well-documented research into librarian's role in special needs education. Annotated bibliographies and a section on professional development also enhance this much-needed guide, which will be useful for librarians working with any grade level."-School Library Journal

?This volume is an excellent single source on the topic, providing clear definitions, many practical suggestions, descriptions of and sources for purchasing materials, and well-documented research into librarian's role in special needs education. Annotated bibliographies and a section on professional development also enhance this much-needed guide, which will be useful for librarians working with any grade level.?-School Library Journal

?The book is all-inclusive, authoritative, and useful as supplemental reading, especially for courses in higher education in general education, special education, and library and information science education. It is also useful for those educators in public schools who coordinate, administer, or supervise school librarians and are willing to read about theoretical principles as well as practical ideas...I found that the book included some new ideas and integrated the best theory and practice from both education and library and information science...a major contribution to our understanding of the changing roles of SLMCs in working with youth with special needs in the school setting within the framework of total school library media services. The book is highly recommended.?-RQ

About the Author

CAREN L. WESSON was an Associate Professor in the Department of Exceptional Education at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. MARGARET J. KEEFE is school library media specialist and gifted program teacher at the Robert Frost Elementary School in Wheeling, IL.

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