ERIC Number: ED075060
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Reference Count: 0
Librarians Workshop: Library Goals, Objectives, Program, Evaluation.
Santa Barbara Elementary and High School District, CA.
This 1973 report is the result of a continuing workshop funded by the Santa Barbara High School District. Its purpose was to formulate goals, objectives, program description and evaluation for effective secondary school library service. The librarians of the high school district drafted this publication. Although initially directed toward the implementation of Planning, Programming, Budgeting System, their ideas have been influenced by the implications of the Stull Bill for library service. Items can be stated one way to describe the library programs, but stated another way become a job description for the professional librarian and the supporting staff. Because of the Stull Bill it was decided to use the job rather than the program description. Librarians from all the secondary schools of the district worked together to present goals that would reflect a composite viewpoint of service in a building level library. Since every library is different, any librarian making use of this publication will need to select, change and adapt these goals and objectives to fit their situation. Also, it is acknowledged that library service must change, grow and develop just the same as the educational system within which it works. Goals and objectives need to be reconsidered and reevaluated periodically. (Author/NH)
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Authoring Institution: Santa Barbara Elementary and High School District, CA.
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