At the post-secondary level, some faculty attend Fast Forward who are
subject specialists. Also the
media librarians and media centre staff attend. Almost no organization can
purchase educational materials with PPR unless the programs are previewed,
opportunity is a valuable one. We have a provincial licensing body, called
summarizes the programs which are nominated for provincial inclusion & make
available to its constituents.
URL's are in my signature file, below.
At 02:18 PM 02/03/19, you wrote:
>I am wondering if any folks out there use teachers to help preview
>materials to add to the existing collection. Our center(K-12 regional) has
>4 preview sessions a year, with a variety of levels, subjects and schools
>represented. They work in teams(of like areas) and preview materials. They
>fill out forms and then I make the last decision. What I am wondering is
>if there are other models out there which are working well?
>Any suggestions or ideas would be appreciated!
>Library Materials Specialist
>101 N. Grape St. Medford, OR 97501
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Advanced Education Media Acquisitions Centre (AEMAC)
Fast Forward Educational Media Showcase
May 8-9, 2002 http://www.langara.bc.ca/ffwd
100 West 49th Avenue
Vancouver, British Columbia Canada V5Y 2Z6
Tel. (604) 323-5533 Fax. (604) 323-5475
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