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Table 65 (continued)
Provided teachers with information about
Provided reference assistance to students
Helped students and teachers find and use
resources outside school library
Facilitated interlibrary loan for students
Provided reading, listening, and viewing
guidance for students
Helped parents realize importance of
Coordinated in-school production of
Coordinated video production and
Coordinated cable TV, distance education,
and related activities
Coordinated school or library computer
Provided access to online library catalog
Provided Internet access for students in the
Provided instruction on Internet searching
Provided electronic access to a resource
Communicated proactively with principal
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