Administration of School Media Centers


University at Albany

  • Semester
    Spring 2024
  • Instructor
    Tonya M Frickey
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Problems, practices, and research in the organization, administration and management of school library media centers. The course examines problems, practices and research in the organization, administration and management of school media centers including practices related to local and national standards; services, facilities, policies, and planning including designing and maintaining facilities for persons with disabilities and special needs; budgeting, personnel and organizational factors; public relations, safety and advocacy. The course incorporates knowledge of federal and state laws, policies, and regulations ( e.g., Individuals with Disabilities Education Act [IDEA], Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973) and ethical considerations (e.g., confidentiality rights and responsibilities of stakeholders) related to the education of students with disabilities.
Course Area: Information Science
Level: Graduate
Dates: 01-17-2024 - 04-30-2024
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Instructor: Tonya M Frickey
Local Course ID: 24SP_ALB_CIST_676_0001
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