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From the Publisher"Capable leaders learn from experience. The librarian/technology director has a definite leadership role in the K-12 educational environment where he or she is expected to be the technology guru as well as a personnel manager, a public relations person, a defender of academic freedoms, and a protector of copyright. The value of this book lies in the fact that the situations the author has included are current and similar to ones encountered on the job. The logically arranged topics include everything from handling the teaching staff that has a collection of illegal videos to being gracious to the community member bearing gifts of outdated computer equipment. The author carefully explains the background of each case offering added details to consider, and then suggests other print and Internet resources to further the understanding of the problem. The last chapter includes case-by-case considerations to final resolutions. The author has placed the information experienced leaders have had to glean from workshops and the school of hard knocks neatly between two covers. This will be an excellent resource for working librarians and technology directors. It will likewise be a valuable resource in leadership seminars for professional development. Highly Recommended."
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