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ERIC Number: ED103830
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1974-Apr
Pages: 25
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Reference Count: 0
Implementing the Learning Resources Center: Who, Where, How, and With What?
See, Sarah G.
The learning resource center is a place where learning materials and students are brought together under some kind of human mediation. The instructional interaction is primarily between students and materials. In planning a learning resource center, the first step is to survey the needs the center should satisfy. In part this can be done by using the checklist included in this paper. This checklist is divided into categories that examine the physical characteristics of the learning resource center, the people, the functions, the materials, any special factors, and evaluation and revision. Each of the categories is subdivided into several sections, with each section covering a number of specific details. (TO)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Note: Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Western College Reading Association (Oakland, California, April 4-5, 1974)