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References

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Branch, J. & Oberg, D. (2001). The Teacher-Librarian in the 21st Century: The Teacher-Librarian as Instructional Leader. School Libraries in Canada, 21(2), 9. Retrieved February 18, 2010, from Academic Search Complete database.

Bundy, A. (2008). How are Your library's mission and vision statements?. Austrailian Public Libraries (Aplis),


Harris, C. (2007). An administrators’ guide to school libraries (Monograph). Retrieved from http://caslworkshops.pbworks.com/browse/#view=ViewAllFiles

Huffman, S., Thurman, G., & Thomas, L. K. (2005). An investigation of block scheduling and school library media centers. Reading Improvement, 42(1), 3-15.

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Lofrumento, C. (2004). One person school library time management: A survey of selected practical considerations. PNLA Quarterly, 68(4), 5-35.

Ludmer, Robin & Kachka, Arlene (February 2008). Making the most of fixed schedules: Two library media specialists speak out. School Library Media Activities Monthly. FindArticles.com. 19 Feb, 2010. http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_7729/is_200802/ai_n32258292/

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Woolls, Blanche (2008). The school library media manager (4th edition). Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited.

Zmuda, Allison. Harada, Violet. (2008). Librarians as learning specialists meeting the learning imperative for the 21st century. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited.

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