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Evaluation of the library aide program, 1967-68

Vera M. Ireland

Evaluation of the library aide program, 1967-68

by Vera M. Ireland

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Published by Atlanta Public Schools in Atlanta, Ga .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • School libraries.,
  • Library technicians.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by Vera M. Ireland.
    SeriesED 027 930
    ContributionsAtlanta. Public Schools., Atlanta. Public Schools.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination35 columns. --
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21040005M

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As an integral part of the library improvement program of the Atlanta Public School System, the library aide program, funded under Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, was developed to relieve librarians of routine clerical and nonprofessional duties. In order to evaluate the inservice training and library aide activities, adaptations of the locally developed multi-purpose.

The Library Aide Program has been operating in the Pittsburgh public schools since The program was initiated to relieve the librarian of some nonprofessional activities by providing her with a paraprofessional aide. The findings of the evaluation indicate that the librarians are satisfied with the aides, but there is no statistically significant difference between the amount of.

Libraries continually develop their collections by adding and removing resources to maintain collections of current interest and usefulness to their communities.

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EVALUATION OF LIBRARY AIDE 1. Types and processes orders, reports, bibliographic, forms, library schedules, letters to publishers, etc. Orders and receives books selected for purchase by the librarian.

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percent. Evaluation of the library aide program   Library assistants perform clerical duties in libraries. As paraprofessionals, they help patrons select materials but refer requests for more in-depth research to y assistants check in and out material at the circulation desk, receive payments for fines, shelve books when patrons return them and help process new material.

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The Library Aides Program, an Elementary and Secondary Education Act project, was begun in in the Pittsburgh public and parochial schools to provide a trained aide to assist the librarian with general and paraprofessional duties. An evaluation of the public school program was conducted (1) to determine how librarians and library aides divide their time among various duties performed in.the school plant, are included in the general library section.

Methods for evaluation of the book and periodical collection are simplified; gone are the weighted numbers for periodicals and the attempt to determine the balance of the book collection by using a table of percentages for the Dewey classes. Not everyone enjoys reading books but the ones that do, get very invested in their storyline and how interesting it is.

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