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2015JudySerritellaExemplaryLibraryMediaProgramSelfEvaluationRubric

AllExemplaryprogramswillmeetorexceedthedefinitionsbelowforBasic,Proficient,andExemplaryprograms.AllExemplaryprogramswill
haveachievedtherequirementssetoutinstateeducationlaws,stateboardpolicies,stateguidelines,andselectedNationalStandards.

TargetIndicators
LevelsofProficiency
AndCategories

Category1Student

Basic

Exemplary

AchievementandInstruction

InformationLiteracyStandardsare
integratedintocontentinstruction
(InformationPower;Principle2;Pg.
58)

Proficient

AASLStandardsforthe21st
CenturyLearnerareintegrated

intocontentinstruction.
(http://tinyurl.com/3q8dpa)

CollaborativeplanningincludesboththeLibrary
MediaSpecialistsandteacherstoensureuseof
librarymediacenterresourcesthatsupportongoing

classroominstructionand
implementationofstatecurriculumand
theGPSandCCGPS.

(IFBD16044.01)

InformationLiteracySkillscurriculum
iscomprisedofbasiclibrarymedia
orientationskillsandinstructionon
howtofindinformation.

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TheLibraryMediaSpecialist
participatesincollaborative
planningwheninitiatedbythe
teacher.

Informationliteracyskillsare
integratedintothecurriculum
throughthecollaborativeefforts
oftheLibraryMediaSpecialist
andteachers.Georgia
PerformanceStandards(GPS)
andCommonCoreGPS
(CCGPS)areusedasabasisfor
teaching.

TheLibraryMediaSpecialist
encouragescollaborativeplanning
amongteacherswhoareteachingunits
ofsimilarcontent.TheLibraryMedia
SpecialistisfamiliarwiththeGeorgia
Standards.orgwebsiteandtheCommon
Corestandardsandencouragesteachers
tousetheresourcesavailableonGSO
webpage.

Thelibrarymediaprogramfosterscriticalthinking
skillsandindependentinquirysostudentscanlearn
tochoosereliableinformationandbecomeproactive
andthoughtfulusersofinformationandresources.
TheLibraryMediaSpecialistandclassroomteacher
collaborateusingCCGPSandGPStoplanandteach
theunitsofstudy.Thelibrarymediaprogramuses
theAASLstandardstohelpshapethelearningof
studentsintheschool

TheLibraryMediaSpecialistactivelyplanswithand
encourageseveryteachertoparticipateinthedesignof
instruction.Learningstrategiesandactivitiesforall
studentsaredesignedwithallteacherswhoarewilling
toplancollaboratively.Allstudentswithdiverse
learningstyles,abilities,andneedsareincludedin
collaborativeplans.

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3.Professionallibrarymedia
staffareengagedinactive
teachingrole/s.

Servicesareprovidedto
studentswhohave
diverselearning
abilities,styles,and
needs.

instructiononinformation
locationskills.

(InformationPower;
Principle7,p.58)

Bulletinboardsanddisplaysof
booksandreadingmaterials
reflectdifferentaspectsofthe
curriculum,holidays,and
communityintereststosupport
recreationalreading.

(InformationPower;

Principle4,p.58)

Thelibrarymediacenter
resourcesencourageand
supportreading,viewing,and
listening.

(InformationPower;

Principle6,p.58)

Studentachievementis
routinelyassessed.

(APlanningGuidefor
InformationPower;p.
36)

TheLibraryMedia
Specialistmakes
recommendationsto
studentsforclass
projectsandpleasure
reading.TheLibrary
MediaSpecialist
providesbasic
orientationand

TheLibraryMediaSpecialistandteachers
planandteachcollaborativelysothatthe
librarymediaprogramisanextensionof
classroominstruction.

Thelibrarymediacenteroffersevents
andactivitiesthatappealtoawiderange
ofinterests.Attendancestatisticsverify
studentsuse.
Thelibrarymediacenter
resourcesreflectdiverse
learningabilities,styles,and
needs.

Thelibrarymediastaffselectsresources
andinformsteachersoftheseresources
withrecommendationstosupport
studentsdiverselearningabilitiesand
styles.
Theclassroomteacheris
responsibleforassessing
studentachievement.

Togethertheteacherand
LibraryMediaSpecialist
developarubric(s)oranother
effectivemeansforassessing
studentachievement.

TheLibraryMediaSpecialist
usesavarietyofteachingstyles
tomeetdiverseneedsof
students.Collaborative
planning,whichtakesplaceon
aregularbasis,determines
whereandhowstudent

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assessmenttakesplace,
andwhethertheteacher
ortheLibraryMedia
Specialistdoesthe
assessment.TheGPSand
CCGPSareintegrated
intotheunitsledbythe
LMSandclassroom
teacher.

Thelibrarymediacenter
isacriticalelementin
theschoolsreading
program.Thelibrary
mediaprogrammeets
theneedsofboththe
reading/languagearts

curriculumandrecreational
reading.

TheLibraryMediaSpecialist
andteacherscollectanduse
studentdatatodesignactivities
thatwillleadtostudent
achievement.Thelibrary
mediaprogramsupports
instructionalstrategiesand

learningactivitiesthatmeetindividual
needs.

TheteacherandLibraryMedia
Specialistuseavarietyof
collaborativelydesignedtoolsfor
assessingstudentachievement,e.g.,
rubrics,studentselfevaluations,and
studentpresentationstopeersand/or
adultprofessionalsinafieldofstudy.

2015JudySerritellaExemplaryLibraryMediaProgramSelfEvaluationRubric
TargetIndicators

Category2Technology

Basic

Proficient

Exemplary

7.TechnologyManagement

Thelibraryprovidesan

Thelibraryprovidesanadequate

Thelibraryprovidesastrongtechnology

Provideandmanageaccessto

inadequatetechnology

technologyinfrastructuretosupport

infrastructuretosupportteachingandlearning.

digitalcollections,technologytools

infrastructuretosupportteaching

teachingandlearning.

&technologyresourcesthatsupport

andlearning.

Thelibraryhasanactiveplaninplaceforthe

andenhanceinstructionandreflect

Thelibrarymayhaveaplaninplace

updatingandreplacinghardware(e.g.computers).

theneedsandinterestsofdiverseP

Thelibrarydoesnothaveaplan

fortheupdatingandreplacing

12students,schoolandcommunity.

inplacefortheupdatingand

hardware,howeveritisnot

Thelibraryhasanactiveandengagingvirtual

(ALA/AASLStandardsforInitial

replacingofhardware.

implementedonaregularbasis.

environmentwhichhighlightsstudentwork,

PreparationofSchoolLibrarians,

advocatesforthelibraryprogramandprovides24

2010,Standard5.5.3)

Thelibrarydoesnothavea

Thelibraryhasavirtualenvironment

7accesstoadditionalresources(e.g.website,

virtualpresenceofanykind.

whichprovidesbasicinformation

schoollibraryblog)

concerninglibraryprogramsand

Theschoollibrarymedia

additionalresources.

Theschoollibrarymediaspecialistconsistently

specialistrarelypromotes247

promotesandinformstoensure247accessto

accesstoelectronicresources.

Theschoollibrarymediaspecialist

electronicresources.

sometimespromotes247accessto

Manyteachersarenotawareof

electronicresources.

Allsubjectareateachersareawarethatthereare

electronicdatabasesavailablefor

electronicdatabasesavailableforresearchandto

researchandsupportoftheCCSS

Notallsubjectareateachersmaybe

supporttheCCSSliteracyfocus.

literacyfocus.

awarethatthereareelectronic

databasesavailableforresearchandto

supporttheCCSSliteracyfocus.

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8.TechnologyIntegration

Theschoollibrarymedia
specialistintegratestheuse
ofemergingtechnologiesas
ameansforeffectiveand
creativeteachingandto
supportP12students'
conceptualunderstanding,
criticalthinkingandcreative
processes.

TheSLMSoccasionally
attemptstointegrate
emergingtechnologiesinto
instructiontoreinforcethe
skills,dispositions,
responsibilities,andself
assessmentsinAASL
Standardsforthe21st
CenturyLearnerand
Georgiastatestandards
thatsupportstudent
achievement.

(ALA/AASLStandardsfor
InitialPreparationof
SchoolLibrarians,2010,
Standard1.1.4)

TheSLMSrarely
recommendstechnology
toolstoenhance
instruction.

Theschoollibrarymedia
specialistusestechnologyto
delivercurriculumcontent
orinstructionstostudents.

Theschoollibrarymedia
specialistdirectsteachers
andstudentsinthe
conventionaluseof

technologytools.He/she
encouragesadaptationof
technologybyallowing
studentstoselectatooland
modifyitsusetoaccomplish
thetaskathand.

TheSLMSintegratesemerging
technologiesintoinstruction
thatreinforcetheskills,
dispositions,responsibilities,
andselfassessmentsinAASL
Standardsforthe21stCentury
Learnerandstatestandards
thatsupportstudent
achievement.

TheSLMSoftenrecommends
technologytoolstoenhance
instruction.

Theschoollibrarymedia
specialistcultivatesarich

learningenvironmentwheretheblending
choiceoftechnologytoolswithstudent
initiatedinvestigationsorprojectsacross
anycontentareaispromoted.

TheSLMSintegratesemerging
technologiesintoavarietyof
instructionalstrategiestosupportthe
diverselearningstyles,interests,and
abilityofallstudentstoinquire,think
critically,andgainandcreate
knowledge.

Integrationofthesetechnologiesalso
reinforcestheskillsandselfassessments
inAASLStandardsforthe21stCentury
LearnerandGeorgiastatestandardsthat
supportstudentachievement.

TheSLMSconsistentlyrecommends
technologytoolstoenhanceinstruction
andisabuildingleadermodeling
technologyintegration.

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TargetIndicators

Category3Staffing

Basic

Proficient

Exemplary

9a.Iflessthanbasesize:

Incompliancewithstateboard

AfulltimeLibraryMediaSpecialistis

FulltimeLibraryMediaSpecialistisemployed

Aschoolsystemshallprovidenoless

rule.

employedandisnotsharedatanyother

andisnotsharedatanyothertimewithotherareas

thanhalftimeservicesofaLibrary

timewithotherareasintheschoolnor

intheschoolnordoeshe/sheprovideservices

MediaSpecialistforeachschoolless

doeshe/sheprovideservicesoutside

outsidethelibrarymediacenter.Adult

thanbasesizeandshallprovideadult

thelibrarymediacenter.Adult

supervisionbycertifiedpersonnelisavailablefor

supervisioninthelibrarymediacenter

supervisionbycertifiedpersonnelis

theentireday.

fortheentireinstructionalday.

availablefortheentireday.

BaseSizedefinitiondefinedby

unweightedFTE:

GradesK5:450

Grades68:624

Grades912:970

9b.Ifbasesizeorlarger:

Incompliancewithstateboard

LibraryMediaSpecialistisnotrequired

Thefollowingcriteriathatexceedstaterulesare

Aschoolsystemshallemployafull

rule,buttheLibraryMedia

toperformotherdutiesonadailyor

inplace:Additionalsupportpersonnelare

timeLibraryMediaSpecialistforeach

Specialistmayberequiredto
frequentbasis.Aparttimelibrary

employedinareasofthelibrarymediaprogram.

basesizeschoolorlarger.

performotherdutiesonadaily
mediaparaprofessionalisemployed.

Librarymediastaffisalwaysavailable

(Basesizedefinedbyunweighted

orfrequentbasis.

throughouttheinstructionaldaytoassistteachers

FTE:K5,450;68,624;912,970)

andstudents.Supportstaffisnotsharedinother

(CGB,16051.22)

areasoftheschool.Afulltimeparaprofessional

person(clerk)isonstaffinthelibrarymedia

center.

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TargetIndicators

Category4Facilities,Access,

Basic

Proficient

Exemplary

andResources

10.Thereshallbeaplanforflexibly

Flexibleschedulingmakes

Flexibleschedulingandlibrarymedia

Flexibleschedulingismaintainedallowingfull

scheduledlibrarymediacenteraccess

resourcesandassistance
staffareavailablethroughoutthedayto
participationofteachersandtheLibraryMedia

forstudentsandteachersingroupsor

availableatthetimeoflearning
assistteachersandstudentsregardless
Specialistincollaborativeplanningandallowing

asindividualssimultaneously

need,butschoolschedulesmay
ofabilityordisability.Thelibrary
studentstocometothelibrarymediacenteratany

throughouteachinstructionalday.

overridethispreferable
mediacenterisavailableeitherbefore
time.Thelibrarymediacenterisavailableboth

Accessibilityshallrefertothefacility,

flexibility.Librarymediastaff
orafterschool.

beforeandafterschool.Someeveninghoursmay

thestaff,andtheresourcesandshall

isavailabletoteachersand

bescheduledforinstructionalneedsofstudents

bebasedoninstructionalneed.

studentsformostoftheschool

andfamilies.

(IFBD16044.01)

day.

11.Schoollibrarymediacenter

BasedonFTE,thelibrary
BasedonFTE,thelibrarymediacenter
BasedonFTE,thelibrarymediacenterexceeds

squarefootagerequirementsbasedon

mediacentermeetsminimum
exceedsminimumsquarefootage

minimumsquarefootagerequirementsandislarge

FTE.

squarefootagerequirements.
requirementsandislargeenoughto
enoughtoaccommodatelargeandsmallgroups

(SquareFootageRequirementsfor

accommodatelargeandsmallgroups
andindividualsworkingsimultaneously.Shelving,

UseinDevelopingtheLocalFacilities

andindividualsworking
storageareas,andelectricwiringmeettheneedsof

Plans)

simultaneously.Shelving,storage
thecollection.Inaddition,productionand

http://tinyurl.com/Ga-Media-

areas,andelectricwiringmeetthe
presentationspaceisavailable.Studentswith

Center-square-footage (Page 6)

needsofthecollection.
specialneedsareeasilyaccommodatedinthe

LibraryMediaCenter.

12.Streamingvideoisused

Streamingvideoisusedona
Streamingvideoisusedonaregular
Streamingvideoandothertechnologiesareused

throughouttheschooltosupportthe

regularbasistosupportthe
basistosupportthecurriculum.
onaregularbasistosupportthecurriculum.The

curriculum.Interactivewhiteboards

curriculum.

LibraryMediaCenterhasawhiteboardanditis

andcomputersareusedforteaching

Theschoolhasseveralwhiteboards
usedonaregularbasis.

andlearningthroughouttheschool.

Theschoolhasseveralwhite
locatedthroughoutthebuildingand

Acentralelectronicmediadistribution

boardslocatedthroughoutthe
usedonafrequentbasis.
Theschoolhasseveralwhiteboardslocated

systemisalsoavailable.

buildingandusedonafrequent

throughoutthebuildingandusedonafrequent

(SquareFootageRequirementsfor

basis.
Electronicdistributionsystemmeets
basis.

UseinDevelopingtheLocalFacilities

staterequirements.

Plans)

Electronicdistributionsystem

Electronicdistributionsystemmeetsstate

meetsstaterequirements.

requirements.

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Printandnonprintresources
andaccesstoonline
informationarebasictoa
librarymediaprogram.A
schoolnetworkiseffectivefor
deliveringmediaresourcesto
theclassroomandbeyond.
Multiplecomputersare
availableforstudentaccessto
onlineresourcesthatenhance
instruction.

(FY02Computersinthe
ClassroomTechnology
ProjectAGeorgiaLottery
Grant)

Alllibrarymediaresources
aremanagedformaximum
efficientuse.Thelibrary
mediacenterhasanelectronic
onlinepublicaccesscatalog
(OPAC).Fundsforacquisition
ofcomputersareutilizedto
implementthe
goals/objectivessetforthin
theStateTechnologyPlan

20072012orinthe
SystemComprehensive
SchoolImprovement
Plan.

(FY02Computersinthe
ClassroomTechnology
ProjectAGeorgia
LotteryGrant)

Printandnonprint
librarymediacenter
resourcesareadequateto
supportthecore
curriculum.Twoorthree
computersforstudent
accesstoonline
resourcesareavailablein
thelibrarymediacenter.

Managementandcirculation
workstationsandatleastone
onlinecatalogaccess(OPAC)
existinthelibrarymedia
center.MARCformatisused.

Printandnonprintresources,
includingsubscription
databasesandotherlibrary
mediacenterresourcesare
availableonlinetomultiple
networkedcomputerswithin
thelibrarymediacenteronly.
ALAN(LocalAreaNetwork)
isfullyfunctional.Network
servicesaredeliveredtoall
classrooms.

TheOPACiselectronically
networkedtoseveral
computerswithinthelibrary
mediacenter.Newacquisitions
areaddedbasedonreliable
reviewsources,stateand
nationalawardbooks,and
curriculumneeds.Weedingis

anongoingprocess.Anetwork
distributionofresourcesbeyondthe
librarymediacenterisnotavailable.

Printandnonprintresources,including
subscriptiondatabases,accesstothe
Internet,andotherlibrarymediacenter
resourcesareavailableonaLAN
throughouttheschool.Somelibrary
mediacenterresourcesareaccessible
viaInternetaccessoutsidetheschool.
Studentsuselibrarymediacenter
technologyindependentlyforextended
projectsandinformationretrieval.

TheOPACisavailableonaLAN
throughouttheschool.Allresourcesare
recordedinMARCformatsothat
accessisavailableontheLANand
weedingofoutofdatematerialscanbe
timely.TheOPACisuptodateand
reflectsthelibrarymediacenter
holdings.Somelibrarymediacenter
resourcesareaccessibleviaInternet
accessoutsidetheschool.

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15.Oneofthenational
educationaltechnologygoals
states:Effectiveand
engagingsoftwareandon
lineresourceswillbean
integralpartofevery
schoolscurriculum.The
GALILEOVirtualLibrary
providesGeorgiastudents
andteachersaccessto
exceptionalonlineresources

atnocosttothelocal
schooldistrict..

Studentswillbegiven
instructioninaccessing
GALILEO.The
passwordwillbe
providedinatimely
manner.

Instructionandpromotionof
GALILEOwillbeinan
organizedmannerand
conductedonafrequentbasis.
Students,faculty,andstaff
willbegiveninstructionand
professionaldevelopmentin
theuseofGALILEO.

Instructionandpromotionof
GALILEOwillbeinan
organizedmannerand
conductedonafrequent

basis..Searcheswillbeadministered
andtaughtinsuchawaythatmaximize
efficiencyandresultinahighquality
productBestPracticesandLearning
Modelsthatencourageandendorse
GALILEOwillbeproduced,taught,and
sharedwithotherLibraryMedia
Specialiststhroughoutthestate.The
LibraryMediaSpecialistconductsStaff
Developmentclasseswiththefaculty
andstaff.Thefacultyandstaffwilltake
advantageoftheonlinecoursesand
lessonsavailablethroughGALILEO.

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TargetIndicators

Category5Administrative

Basic

Proficient

Exemplary

Support

16.Thelocalsystemsuperintendent

Asystemmediacontactperson

Asystemmediacontactperson

TheSMCPmaintainscommunicationamong

shallappointasystemmediacontact

(SMCP)isappointedand
(SMCP)isappointedand
LibraryMediaSpecialistsinthedistrict.District

person(SMCP)toserveasaliaisonto

communicationfromtheSMCP
communicationfromtheSMCPis
leveladministratorsfacilitatethecommunication

thedepartment.

isreceivedandpostedforall
receivedandpostedforallLibrary
amongtheSMCP,LibraryMediaSpecialists,and

(IFBD,16044..01)

LibraryMediaSpecialistsand
MediaSpecialistsandstaff.TheSMCP
themselves.TheSMCPunderstandstheroleofthe

staff.Themediacoordinatoror
coordinatescommunicationamongall
LibraryMediaSpecialistandencourages

curriculumcoordinatormay
LibraryMediaSpecialistsinthedistrict,
opportunitiesforLibraryMediaSpecialiststomeet

serveastheSMCPtofacilitate
anddisseminatesmessagesfrom
regularly.Thedistrictencourageslinksonschool

communicationtoandfrom

GaDOE,GALILEO,andotherentities.
anddistrictwebsitesforlibrarymediacenter

DOE.

announcementsandservices.

17.Administrativestaffsupportat

Theschoolprincipalprovides

Theschoolprincipalanddistrict

Theschoolprincipalanddistrictadministrators

boththeschoolanddistrictlevelsis

supporttothelibrarymedia
administratorstakeanactiverolein
takealeadershiproleinencouragingteachersto

essentialforthedevelopmentofa

programandmakestimeto
encouragingteacherstointegrate
integratelibrarymediaresourcesintothe

stronglibrarymediaprogram.

meetwiththeLibraryMedia
librarymediaresourcesintothe
curriculum,fosteringaclimateofcollaborationand

(InformationPower;Principle4,p.

Specialistoccasionally.
curriculum.School,department,and
inquiry,encouragingtheLibraryMediaSpecialist

100)

districtleveladministratorsmeet
tobeknowledgeableaboutcurrenteducational

regularlywiththeLibraryMedia
trends,promotingoccasionalvisitstoexemplary

Specialist.
programs,andprovidingbudgetarysupport.

18.Eachlocalboardofeducation

Systemandlocalschoollibrary

Alibrarymediaadvisorycommittee

Alibrarymediaadvisorycommitteeiseffectivein

shalladoptalibrarymediapolicythat

mediacommitteessupport
existsandmeetsaminimumoftwicea

thedevelopmentoflibrarymediapolicy,e.g.,

providesfortheestablishmentofa

implementationofthelibrary
year.Planningandevaluationofthe
budgetdevelopment,acquisitionofresources,and

mediacommitteeatthesystemlevel

mediaprogram.Amedia
librarymediaprogramisexecuted
reconsiderationofmaterials.Thispolicy,which

andateachschool.Alibrarymedia

advisorycommitteeexistsand
regularly.(Thiscommitteemaybethe
maybethemedia/technologyplaninsomeschools,

committeemakesrecommendations

meetsonceortwiceayear.
sameasthetechnologycommitteein
isthebasisofoperationforactionsoftheadvisory

anddecisionsrelatingtoplanning,

(Thiscommitteemaybethe
someschools.)
committee,thelibrarymediastaff,and

operation,evaluation,and

sameasthetechnology

administration.Itisevaluated,reviewed,and

improvementofthelibrarymedia

committeeinsomelocal

updatedannually.

program.Thiscommitteeshall

schools.)

annuallyevaluatelibrarymedia

servicesanddevelopamultiyear

mediaplanforbudgetservicesand

priorities.

(IFBD,16044..01)

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LocalBoardapprovedlibrary
mediapolicyiscurrent.This
policyrequiresdevelopment
ofproceduresfortheschool
systemandforselecting
materialslocally,handling
requestsforreconsiderationof
materials,consideringgiftsof
instructionalresources,using
nonschoolownedmaterials,
andcomplyingwiththe
copyrightlaw.

Awrittenlibrarymedia
policyexistsandis
implementedand
updatedinconsistently.

Alibrarymediapolicyexists
isimplementedconsistently.
TheLibraryMediaSpecialist
recommendsperiodic
revisions.

Alibrarymediapolicysetsoutclearand
comprehensivepoliciesandisreviewed
annuallywithguidancefromthelibrary
mediaadvisorycommitteeforupdate
considerationandsubsequentlocal
boardapproval.Itisusedbythelibrary
mediastaffasaguidingdocumentfor
theoperationofthelibrarymediacenter.

(IFBD,16044..01)

Eachlocalschoolsystemshall
spend100percentofthefunds
designatedforlibrarymedia
centercosts.(O.C.G.A.202
167)

Thelibrarymedia
programreceivesan
allocationfor
expendituresevery
year.Thisamount
meetstheminimum
expendituretests.

Thelibrarymediaprogram
budgetexceedstheminimum
stateallocation.Local
fundingsupplementsstate
allocation.

TheLibraryMediaSpecialist,with
guidancefromthelibrarymedia
advisorycommittee,isapartnerwith
schoolanddistrictadministratorsin
planningthemediabudget.Longrange
strategicplanningandsupplemental
fundingplansaremadecooperatively,
andcanincludebondissues,grants,
schoolfundraising,andbusiness
partnershipstosupplementthebudget.

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TargetIndicators

Category6Staff

Basic

Proficient

Exemplary

Development

21.Staffdevelopmentopportunities

LibraryMediaSpecialist

LibraryMediaSpecialistseeksto

LibraryMediaSpecialistcontinuallyseeksto

areavailablebothforthelibrary

participatesinstaff
enhancehis/herprofessionalskills,
enhancehis/herprofessional,particularly

mediastafftoenhancetheirown

developmentoptionsand
particularlytechnologyskills,beyond
technology,skills.TheLibraryMediaSpecialist,

professionalknowledgeandforthe

providesinformalstaff
thoserequiredforrecertificationorby
whenfundingpermits,alsoparticipatesannuallyin

librarymediastafftoprovide

developmentinstructionduring
theschooldistrict.LibraryMedia
stateornationalconferences.TheLibraryMedia

informationandtechnologyliteracy

collaborativeplanningwith
Specialistprovidesoccasionalformal
Specialistisincludedinplanningthestaff

skillstootherteachersand

teachers.Currentprofessional
staffdevelopmentinstructionand
developmentprogramfortheschoolstaffand

administrativestaff.Professional

resourcesaremaintainedinthe
informalinstructionduring
assistsinteachingandorganizingsessions.The

resourcesandservicesforallfaculty

librarymediacenterifthe

collaborativeplanningwithteachers.
LibraryMediaSpecialistisrecognizedasamaster

membersareprovidedinthelibrary

districtdoesnotprovidea
Theschoolsystemmakesstaff
teacherandprovidesstaffdevelopmentoptions

mediacenterforthe"learning

centralizedprofessional
developmentoptionsavailablefor
beyondroutineplanning,e.g.,providingaformal

community".

resourcecenter.
librarymediasupportstaff.The
needsassessmenttodeterminestaffdevelopment

(InformationPower;Principle8,p.

LibraryMediaSpecialistis
needsofthefacultyanddesigningformalcoursesto

100)

knowledgeableofthedistrict
addressthoseneeds.TheLibraryMediaSpecialist

professionaldevelopmentservices.
drawsonprofessionalresourcesbothatthelocal

anddistrictlevelsandonlinetoprovideindividual

assistancetoteachersusingtechnologyand

designingcurriculum.TheLibraryMedia

Specialistmayalsoassisttheteacherinhis/her

graduateresearchandsecureprofessionalresources

forthemthroughinterlibraryloan.

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OfficialCodeofGeorgia:O.C.G.A.202167,12/03/01andO.C.G.A202184,http://www.legis.state.ga.us/cgibin/gl_codes_detail.pl?
code=202167http://www.legis.state.ga.us/cgibin/gl_codes_detail.pl?code=202184

APlanningGuideforInformationPower..AmericanAssociationofSchoolLibrariansadivisionoftheAmericanLibraryAssociation,
Chicago,1999,ISBN#0838980732

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AASLStandardsfor21 CenturyLearners.AmericanAssociationofSchoolLibrarians:adivisionoftheAmericanLibraryAssociation.
Chicago,2007.http://www.ala.org/aasl/standards.

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StateBoardRule:IDA(1),16042.01TheQualityCoreCurriculumandStudentCompetencies
http://www.doe.k12.ga.us/_documents/doe/legalservices/16042.01.pdf

StateBoardRule:IFBD,16044..01MediaPrograms

http://www.doe.k12.ga.us/_documents/doe/legalservices/16044.01.pdf

StateBoardRule:CGB,16051.22PersonnelRequired
http://www.doe.k12.ga.us/_documents/doe/legalservices/16051.22.pdf

StateLotteryGuidelines:FY02ComputersintheClassroomTechnologyProjectAGeorgiaLotteryGrant
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StateFacilitiesGuidelines:SquareFootageRequirementsforUseinDevelopingtheLocalFacilitiesPlans;
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